I don’t know what Congress and Romney will do.
McConnell has stated several things which are always lifted out of their context by media and jumped on by people here.
Bottom line is McConnell has said he will repeal it if he has the votes come January next year. Romney has sworn to repeal it. The House has already voted to repeal it but of course it can’t get anywhere beyond the House right now.
That doesn’t mean it will work out. I happen to believe they will repeal it if they can, but I go on the basis that we don’t know what OBAMA and CO. will do to fight like demons to impose it, including stealing an election or refusing to concede one, and we don’t know exactly how the election will turn out.
I believe state nullification is by far THE BEST WAY.
You say THE ONLY WAY.
We only disagree by degree. My confidence in Congress actually doing something to get rid of ObamaCare is near zero. They’re much more adept at kicking cans down the road and hoping someone else does the heavy lifting. They mostly vote on things for show. Now with Dr. Williams’ idea, their reaction will be “Oh good! Let the states take care of it - we can go back to making it look like we actually care about not raising the debt ceiling.”
Romney? Well, we’ll see.