Obamacare Ruled Unconstitutional, But Fight for Repeal Must Continue

All right, look, folks, it is huge, the judge ruling on health care, unconstitutional. The entire thing is unconstitutional. And contrary to what you’re hearing in a number of places, the judge did not say, “Oh, by the way, go ahead and keep implementing this thing while you appeal it.” The judge did not say that. It is not in his ruling. The whole thing has been declared unconstitutional and the Democrats don’t have a response other than to attack the judge. “It’s surpassingly curious and thoroughly odd,” and unconventional and so forth. But who’s really outta touch? We have a majority of states, 26 in the US who agree with Judge Vinson’s ruling. According to polls, two-thirds of all Americans would agree with Judge Vinson’s ruling and yet the White House and the State-Controlled Media call this ruling an outlier.

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I’m gonna tell you everything you need to know about this, and as an added bonus, we are going to provide on the spot advice for how the Republicans ought to deal with this, and deal with this starting today. Now, the Republicans, God love ’em, it’s like Kathryn says about our puppy, “She just doesn’t know.” The Republicans are now closing ranks with the Democrats on this Egypt business so that we can present a unified front. There are no calls for, “What happened here? Who is the Muslim Brotherhood and what’s really going on? Where was the intel on this?” There is no strategery here to try to use this thing in Egypt as an albatross to hang around the administration’s nose or neck as they would be doing to us.



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