Skip to comments.Establishment Republicans give their loyalty and support to Obamacare!
Posted on 05/26/2014 9:14:17 AM PDT by JOHN W K
SEE: The GOP Establishment Wants to Run on Fixing -- Not Repealing Obamacare
In David Jolly's campaign, he didn't say "repeal" Obamacare. He said "fix" it. But the Republicans are taking this thing to, " No, no, no, no! He said to fix it." The Republican establishment obviously has a campaign game plan involving Obamacare, and it does not include repealing it, folks. The Republican establishment apparently doesn't want to campaign on repealing it. They want to campaign on fixing it.
What Rush Limbaugh may have missed and has been obvious to me from the very beginning is, when twenty-five Governors who asserted Obamacare was a violation of our Constitution and pledged to fight it in the Supreme Court, they were deluding their constituents and never intended to have Obamacare struck down! They exposed their hand to me when instead of going directly into the United States Supreme Court which, as our Constitution declares in crystal clear language had original jurisdiction in the matter, Attorney General Pam Bondi and twenty-four other AGs decided to run the clock for two years in lower courts created by Congress to appease and calm the people down by giving them false hope Obamacare would be struck down and the peoples inalienable right to make their own medical and health care decisions and choices would be preserved.
If we recall, the people at this point in time [when Obamacare was signed into law] were actually rising up and confronting folks in government face to face in town hall meetings across the country like never before and the birth of the Tea Party movement was born. And so, what a better way for false leaders to comfort and corral these rebellious souls who actually presented a political threat to the Establishment than to give them false hope that Obamacare would be struck down for its obvious assumptions of powers never intended by our Founding Fathers to be exercised by our federal government.
And what was the Establishments plan from the very beginning? It was to pass a law under which our federal government would assume a thorough regulatory control over the peoples health care decisions and choices even though it was obviously unconstitutional and then, at a later date and after it would be declared constitutional through an act of judicial tyranny, the Establishment would fix the most egregious and intolerable parts of Obamacare while relishing over an assumption of power not authorized by our written Constitution or the intentions and beliefs under which our Constitution was adopted.
And here we are today with the final stage of the Establishments plan being carried out with the help of Republican traitors who no longer promise to repeal a usurpation of power, but fix it enough so it is digestible by the people and its intended control over the people will remain in our usurpers hands.
Keep in mind we have been warned against submitting to such tyranny!
Submit to despotism for an hour and you concede the principle. John Adams said, in 1775, Nip the shoots of arbitrary power in the bud. It is the only thing a people determined to be free can do. Republics have often failed, and have been succeeded by the most revolting despotisms; and always it was the voice of timidity, cowardice, or false leaders counseling submission, that led to the final downfall of freedom. It was the cowardice and treachery of the Senate of Rome that allowed the usurper to gain power, inch by inch, to overthrow the Republic. The history of the downfall of Republics is the same in all ages. The first inch that is yielded to despotism - the first blow, dealt at the Constitution, that is not resisted - is the beginning of the end of the nations ruin.___ THE OLD GUARD, A MONTHLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE PRINCIPLES OF 1776 AND 1787, H0W TO TREAT UNCONSTITUTIONAL ACTS OF CONGRESS
If the America People do not rise up and defend their existing Constitution and the intentions and beliefs under which it was adopted, who is left to do so but the very people it was designed to control and regulate?
The phoneys in the GOP make me ill. What a bunch of deteriorated losers.
Thats fin these country club establishment corporate typs can just pay for it. with all of their feckless and tracherous ways they deserve it.
you must be from Florida to reference David Jolly. I remember his ads and anti Jolly ads fairly recently.
I cannot believe how stupid they are.
I wonder if this was caused by communist infiltration or from within?
The problem is that repeal without a 67 vote majority in the Senate to override Obama’s certain Veto is nothing but a pipe dream. After Obama, then maybe.
Health care was affordable before the government started subsidizing health care for retirees.
All that money flowing into the system is what caused the massive inflation in health costs and made health care too expensive for younger people.
We have a system now where a 70 year old with a back problem gets a free brace while a 40 year old cancer patient struggles to pay for treatment.
The Republican left has the same vision for America as the Democrats. That vision isn’t about the Constitution. It’s about control. ...A number of people at FR predicted the Republican left wanted to control Obamacare, not get rid of it, and they are being proven right, as usual.
“phoneys”? That’s a new one.
I wonder what they have been promised in return or how full the envelope will be stuffed with our tax dollars.
Of course. From the beginning I said they would. This has been rampant from Bush, Jr ... promise us something, rapidly promise us something, and work against us and not deliver. Why? Because they want our vote. And they get it..
"The Constitution is the act of the people, speaking in their original character, and defining the permanent conditions of the social alliance; and there can be no doubt on the point with us, that every act of the legislative power contrary to the true intent and meaning of the Constitution, is absolutely null and void. ___ Chancellor James Kent, in his Commentaries on American Law (1858)
0bamacare is massive power and control
big govt types of both parties love it. why would they want to get rid of it?
big govt types are never helpful to the little guy. by definition, they work to make your life less valuable and move to have more power over it.
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