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Thursday, June 28, 2012

As luck would have it

My computer crashed on the very day I most wanted to be connected! As a result, I didn't find out what happened today until dinnertime. I suppose I was spared some anguish? I've heard that Rush Limbaugh was in beyond his top form today - check him out. While I'm disappointed in Chief Justice Roberts, I'm not surprised after the immigration law ruling. I have no idea what this man is thinking - he just expanded the power and size of government in an unprecedented way - Congress can now legally tax whatever they want - even people who refuse to eat broccoli.

Congrats, Dems. You have won today, to be sure, but you also ensured your doom in November. The conservative base is FIRED UP!!! There is no way that the majority of the people in the United States will want Obamacare any more than they did before the Supreme Court ruling (when 2/3 opposed it and wanted it overturned). Especially on a ruling that allows Congress unlimited power to pass whatever taxes they want, willy-nilly. Which was explicitly left out of arguments - Dems were showing why Obamacare wasn't a tax at all! There is no way that Americans are going to sit around and not get involved. More than ever before, people will be flooding the Tea Party chapter near you.

Obamacare is going to have to be repealed, at this point. The House plans to force a vote and everyone will know where their representatives stand on the matter. Except Congressmen to be voted out if they support Obamacare. Expect Romney to be voted in. There is no way the people of the United States will risk keeping Obama in office with nothing but unlimited debt, spending, and taxes in sight and a shriveling GDP and labor market. No Way. NO WAY. Americans don't like taxes. They don't like Obamacare. People don't like the enormous burden that is our federal government's spending. They fear the entitlement society that we are inexorably moving towards, unless Romney turns it around. This is why Michelle Bachmann (and others) reiterate that 2012 is the last chance to preserve America as founded.

The entire election, at least for the next few weeks, will hinge entirely around Obamacare and its effect on the economy with all that entails. I'll expound on what exactly Obamacare entails later. If there was ever a time that people will be supporting Romney en masse, it is now. Didn't he raise $1 million in an hour today? Something like that.

1 comment:

  1. CMM, while I'm a bit disappointed in the decision, I think Justice Roberts may have done Romney a big favor. Now Obamacare is front and foremost in the news and can be focused upon by all who dislike it even more. I think you may see this issue be the one that helps Mr. Romney the most. People who were on the fence before will likely fall on Mr. Romney's side now. It will be interesting to see how it all plays out.