Skip to comments.ZombieCare: It Lives!
Posted on 06/29/2012 9:58:37 PM PDT by wayne_shrugged
Today, Chief Justice Roberts had the ability to put the stake through the heart of the 3,000 page Obamacare excrement foisted upon us by the likes of Nazi Pelosi, Dirty Harry Reid and Urkel Obamao, and he failed miserably, so Obamacare pops back up to haunt and terrorize us again. Joining Sonia The Wise Latina Sotomeyor, Elena Kagan and Ruth Buzzie Ginsburg, Chief Justice Roberts wrote the majority opinion that stated that the mandate was really a tax. Obama, Pelosi and Reid and their bands of flying monkeys swore up one side and down the other that Obamacare was NOT a tax. But then again, this administration was supposed to be the most transparent in history, then proceeded to cram a 3,000-page bill without allowing Americans to read and digest it then passed it without one Republican vote while all the while insisting that a mandate was not a tax when in fact it is not only a tax but the biggest tax increase in the history of the country. Of course, a huge tax increase is exactly what the country needs to further depress the economy.
At least, Chief Justic Roberts got one thing right and reminded us all of our individual responsibilities and that elections matter:
[These] decisions are entrusted to our Nations elected leaders, who can be thrown out of office if the people disagree with them. It is not our job to protect the people from the consequences of their political choices.
Its the US voters who need to drive that final stake into the heart of this monstrosity and the light-in-the-loafers, air-headed, collectivist meddlers who created it.
Power over our lives. The best thing to do is stay healthy.
Too many people will be hanging out in doctor’s offices and emergency rooms, looking for something for free.
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