Keep up the fight Mr DeMint.
“There’s a third reason not to stop fighting. Forget the consultants, the pundits and the pollsters; good policy is good politics. If the Republicans had not fought on ObamaCare, the compromise would have been over the budget sequester. Instead, they have retained the sequester and for the past three months ObamaCare and its failings have been front and center in the national debate. Its disastrous launch was spotlighted by our defund struggle, not overshadowed, as some contend. With a revived and engaged electorate, ObamaCare will now be the issue for the next few years.”
“With a revived and engaged electorate, ObamaCare will now be the issue for the next few years.”
As the ObamaCare “tax” is implemented, I hope this is an issue that comes back to haunt the Dems. However, after reading about the role subsidies play, I suspect that they’ve done their homework and 50.1% of people will end up with “free healthcare” (enough to guarantee a permanent majority at the polls). They’ve been cleaning the Repubs’ clocks when it comes to elections over the last few years, and with their media saturating ignorant people 24/7 they will continue to do so.