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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Repeal Obamacare Now?

Speaker-to-Be, John Boehner has now jumped on the bandwagon and vowed to repeal Obamacare. Sweet Wifey let us know last night that Mitch McConnell has made the same pledge. Big words indeed, but is there any substance there? And truthfully we have to admit that there is almost zero chance of repealing Obamacare as long as Hussein is president. Defunding at least probably parts of the program is most likely the best that can be done in the next 2 years.

Let's face it boys and girls. Boehner and McConnell are establishment Republicans. They just can't wait to cross the aisle and work with Dimocrats to "get things done for the American people". They have in fact said so even before the last election and then quickly backpedaled when met with teaparty outrage. I figure what will really happen is some kind of a "compromise" plan that looks good on paper but in reality solves nothing and spends just as much money............and the establishment Republicans will be running around shouting. "We fixed it! We fixed it!"

Hmmm, I just don't trust anybody with a tan like that. I really hope I'm wrong.

3 comments:

  1. Saw the next Speaker speak tonight on Fox. He SWEARS they will not compromise on Obamacare, but I agree...they can't repeal it unless they win the next election. But at least, they can put the breaks on it, right? I don't know. Then Gibbs says (in ALL his wisdom as WH spokesman LOL) he didn't see anything in the results of the election to say the American people want Obamacare repealed. GAHHHHHH! Makes me want to run and scream!!!!

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  2. Sue, if the best they can do is gridlock that will be good. A gubment that is doing nothing is not able to pass stupid laws that take our freedom away. We will have to see if Boehner and McConnell stay on a true conservative course or turn down RINO lane.

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  3. It is all about laying the groundwork for 2012.

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