Skip to comments.Herman Cain on court ruling of Obamacare: 'It's up to the people now'
Posted on 07/01/2012 11:25:24 AM PDT by Innovative
"Today is a temporary setback. The American people have hated Obamacare since its inception, and they can see that it is already driving up health care costs. The ruling that really matters will come on November 6, when "We the People" have the opportunity to replace the president and the Congress who created this monstrosity with new leaders who will replace it with measures that value market forces and free choice," Cain went on to say.
"Mitt Romney has already vowed that he will issue waivers to all 50 states on his first day in office. That is an excellent start. The next step is for the new Congress to repeal Obamacare in its entirety and replace it with new measures that empower patients and physicians - not bureaucrats and insurance companies," Cain said.
"The fate of American health care remains where it belongs - in the hands of the American people. With your continued support, the people and liberty will prevail."
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We MUST get control of the Senate. The best charts (that I have found) with races up for grabs etc are here.
You are exactly right.
There is no rational argument as to why Obama's re-election would be better for America (or even equally good) than would be Obama's defeat by Mitt Romney.
Those who counsel despair, who counsel indifference, or who do nothing but disparage Mitt Romney, are working against the interests of the United States of America.
darn right its up to the people, they just cannot get it past their ideology that no matter how hard they try America will never accept obamacare.
Yes, the answer to our nation's problems is to elect a Republican more dishonest and with a more liberal record than George W. Bush! We're going to advance conservatism by voting for a liberal!
No, liberalism, not conservatism, is advanced by Republicans like Mitt Romney. It's insanity to think Romney won't sellout conservatives on key issues and give us more judges like David Souter and John Roberts. When that happens, Republicans will lose control of Congress, a Democrat ultimately takes back the White House and we end up in the same position in 2016 or 2020 we were in in 2008.
Eight to 12 more years of the country drifting to the left is what may destroy it. That guaranteed to happen if Romney is elected.
There is. It has been explained to you by none other than Jim Robinson himself.
Romney will sellout conservatives. He has a liberal record and a history of governing by political expediency. When that happens, Republicans will lose control of congress and a Democrat will take back the White House, probably by 2016. A Romney Presidency is going to be as bad or worse than Bush Presidency, which was total failure.
Sitting back and ignoring that possibility makes you a willfully-blind fool.
Haven’t you suckers figured this game out yet? We give and give and work and work and elect a majority Republican congress. Then when it comes time to vote to repeal Obamacare (assuming somehow it doesn’t mysteriously die in committee) just enough Republicans switch sides and it fail by one vote.
All the other republicans get to tell their their voters how this means we have to give even more money,and work even harder to get even more Republicans into congress.
“We” had control of the House AND the Senate. What did “WE” do with it?
Oh, THIS time it’ll be different.
“Republicans will lose control of congress”
Republicans need to gain control of congress before they can lose it.
The party that wins the presidential race always gains seats in both houses of congress.
If Obama wins reelection, he’ll likely keep the senate and win back the house. He’ll then proceed to terminate what’s left of the country.
You should probably reconsider which side you are on, or you might look back 10 years from now and realize that you were just another one of Obama’s useful idiots.
Can anyone think of an example of an important law like ObamaCare being repealed in the modern era, either by Congress or the courts?
America spoke in 2008. They spoke gibberish, but that's now the law. What is left to argue about? Romney is better than Obama, but that's like saying it's better to drive 50 miles per hour towards the cliff than 75 miles per hour. I think that's the best we can hope for: a little more time to save what we can.
Vote for Romney to give us a little more time, because that's all we're going to get.
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