Skip to comments.EDITORIAL/Defund ObamaCare
Posted on 09/26/2013 1:37:40 AM PDT by Jim Robinson
Senate Republicans will face a crucial vote or votes before week's end that could determine the relevancy of the Grand Old Party.
With public opinion polls showing overwhelming opposition to ObamaCare, the test will be whether the GOP can pull off a principled vote or votes to, in effect, defund the behemoth legislation that is the single biggest job killer ever in America.
From labor unions to Main Street, Americans are opposed. Keep the government funded, but defund ObamaCare. Reform healthcare in a bipartisan way, but defund ObamaCare.
Senate Republicans have a chance to stand on principle like the House did in ultimately listening to the American people.
Stand behind the House. Stand behind the American people.
Stand on principle. Reform healthcare.
Fund government. Defund ObamaCare.
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Freepers have known for years that we are ruled by radical elites, rather than governed by fellow citizens.
If Obamacare is allowed to stand, perhaps the average American will finally realize the same.
There is little time to rescue what remains of our republic.
I don’t even consider this a properly passed law. It went from the House, to the Senate and was amended, and then was supposed to go through Conference and be voted upon again by the House. This is when Nancy Pelosi pulled her famous “deemed passed” stuff and a second vote was never held.
Proper or not isnt the issue for the moment....it must be defeated.
Chief Traitor John Roberts had to be blackmailed by the Chicago thugs to issue the outrageous ruling he delivered, calling ObamaCare a valid tax. If real justice is ever done in this country, he should be tried and jailed for malfeasance.
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