The Opposition in Washington is Under Intensifying Pressure from the Ruling Class

It’s time to clean house in DC and get the liberals out of power.
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Their health care via Obamacare will be subsidized, not through the exchanges, but rather through the personnel department and the federal government. It’s a different way, but it adds up to the same thing. They are going to have their health care subsidized, and it turns out that an effort in the House and the Senate to defund Obamacare is being undermined by Republican staffers who don’t want to upset what they have achieved for themselves along with Democrat staffers in terms of Obamacare being subsidized.

There actually are Republican staffers who have no interest in defunding Obamacare. It really is a dwindling number, even though you look at the polling data, and it’s unpopular. The Pew Research Center poll is out today, and the number of people who want Obamacare is dwindling. The number of people who support it is dwindling. There is nowhere near, and it hasn’t been for a long time, majority support for Obamacare. There is vast majority opposition to it.

But the ruling class in Washington, having taken care of itself and essentially exempting itself from the rules and regulations of Obamacare is just fine and dandy with it. I’ll tell you, folks, there’s another thing out there. There are two stories here that dovetail, and it’s about the income gap in this country, and it is widening. Under the Obama administration, the income gap is wide. The 1% is getting richer and richer; the 99% are falling into deep poverty.



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