Frightened GOP Establishment Refuses to Align Itself with the Majority of the American People Against Obamacare


Big reason why we need to elect more conservatives in 2014.
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Here you have one of the most unpopular pieces of legislation ever. Every day another group comes out in opposition to it. Today it’s the IRS employees union saying, “We don’t want Obamacare.” A vast majority of Americans do not want Obamacare. The Republican Party has a golden opportunity to align themselves with the majority of the American people, not just Republicans, but independents.

Every demographic is represented in this mass of people that don’t want this. But the Republican Party has made the decision to side with Washington. “Well, you know, it’s law now. We can’t stop it.” Well, I’m sorry, but the Defense of Marriage Act was the law, and Obama and the Democrats said, “You know what? We’re not gonna defend it anymore. We’re not gonna litigate it. We’re not gonna enforce it,” and that was a Democrat law!

Our immigration laws are the law, and they don’t enforce those. If our current immigration law was simply enforced, we wouldn’t need to be doing anything. There are all kinds of examples. Reagan’s Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act of 1988 was the law. Democrats had no problem overturning that once Rostenkowski got beaten up by a bunch of ladies in the Blue-Haired Bloody Mary Gang one afternoon. Where would Scott Walker be if he’d been afraid of a government shutdown in Wisconsin?

I don’t understand this thinking.

Well, I do understand it. That’s the problem.



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