Skip to comments.Twas the Race Card that Brought Us Obamacare (Vanity)
Posted on 06/29/2012 7:40:44 AM PDT by kreitzer
Throughout the bribing and cajoling that swayed Democrats to vote for Obamacare, there was also the recurring theme pushed by Barry himself that if you don't vote for my health plan 'my presidency will fail.' The explicit implication being that you will be responsible for the failure of our first black president if you go against this. Any Democrat who wanted any kind of career knew they could not survive with that label. Better to risk their reelection chances; knowing if they lost their election they would at least have a seat at the graft table of cushioned government largesse. Which brings us to the Republicans. The formula for destroying Obama was always sitting on their lap. Just a few clicks on the keyboard brings up Minor vs. Happersett for all to see. Every one of them knows if one of their own had the same glaring red flags of ineligibility they would already have been laughed out of D.C. But they decided to be complicit in the fraud, fearing ostracism and an end to their future cushioned perks if they didn't just go along with the party line like every one else. And finally Roberts, who just made a political decision to keep the achievement of our first black president in tact, regardless of law or liberty. Roberts' decision was the greatest act of Affirmative Action in history. What can we do? I have an idea. Put ourselves in a position for a "Joe the Plumber" moment. Get close to those running for office, whip out the camera phone and record these scumbag politicians answering a few basic questions. "Does Congress have an obligation to ensure the president is eligible?" "What is a natural born citizen?" "Was President Obama ever a citizen of Indonesia?" Or you can wait for David Gregory to do it.
It was Roberts wanting to be “luved” that made Obamacare upheld law.
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