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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Why an ‘overturn’ of Obamacare might not ‘turn it over’

I’ve known for some time now that the two party system is a charade, an illusion to make us think we have a choice in the affairs of the nation. Both parties are controlled by the same criminal Luciferian bankster cartel. The things that they won’t to happen will happen regardless of which party is in power.

Obamacare may have been an overreach but what it does is it makes it easier now to accept some form of Obamacare lite. It’s like the price of gas, when it went from $1.80 to $4.00 there was outrage. We were happy when it went down to $2.50. Lately it went to $4.00 again and now we are glad it’s back down to $3.30.

GOP Enablers of Obamacare

During the summer of 2009, conservative activists turned up the heat on Democratic politicians to protest the innovation-destroying, liberty-usurping Obamacare mandate. In the summer of 2012, it’s squishy Republican politicians who deserve the grassroots flames.

In case you hadn’t heard, even if the Supreme Court overturns the progressives’ federal health care juggernaut, prominent GOP leaders vow to preserve its most “popular” provisions. These big-government Republicans show appalling indifference to the dire market disruptions and culture of dependency that Obamacare schemes have wrought.

GOP Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri, vice chair of the Senate GOP Conference, told a St. Louis radio station two weeks ago that he supports keeping at least three Obamacare regulatory pillars: federally imposed coverage of “children” up to age 26 on their parents’ health insurance policies (the infamous, unfunded “slacker mandate”), federally mandated coverage regardless of pre-existing conditions (“guaranteed issue,” which leads to an adverse-selection death spiral) and closure of the coverage gap in the massive Bush-backed Medicare drug entitlement (the “donut hole fix” that will obliterate the program’s cost-controls).

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Some Republicans are even trying to out-Obama Obamacare. GOP Rep. Steve Stivers of Ohio is pushing a proposal to increase the mandatory coverage age for dependents to age 31. And once a fire-breathing dragon for repeal, GOP Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee hem-hawed when asked by the liberal Talking Points Memo website whether Republicans would be introducing specific bills to preserve the guaranteed issue and slacker mandate provisions.

“Well, I think we need to be prepared,” Alexander told TPM. “And we will be prepared.”

Read More at Accuracy in Media. By Michelle Malkin.

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