Obamacare, a liberal pipedream, must be repealed

Romney Victory

Today, the Supreme Court upheld Obamacare. But regardless of what the Court said about the constitutionality of the law, Obamacare is bad medicine, it is bad policy, and when I’m President, the bad news of Obamacare will be over.

It was always a liberal pipedream that a 2,700 page, multi-trillion-dollar Federal Government takeover of our health care system actually could address the very serious problems we face with health care. With Obamacare fully installed, government will reach fully half of the economy – that is the recipe for a struggling economy and declining prosperity.

On Day One, I will work to repeal Obamacare to stop the government’s takeover of our health care and intrusion in our lives. I will push for real reform to our health care system that focuses on helping patients and protecting taxpayers.

We cannot afford Barack Obama’s on-the-job learning, Big Government proposals, and irresponsible spending. Our basic liberties are at stake – and I will fight to restore our freedoms, renew the respect for our Constitution, and halt the government takeover of health care.

This November it’s all on the line. The stakes couldn’t be higher.

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  • 3H


    It was always a liberal pipedream that a 2,700 page, multi-trillion-dollar Federal Government takeover of our health care system

    Except, it’s not a takeover of the health care system. The government has not taken over any hospitals, doctors, nurses, etc…, are not government employees. In fact, the government isn’t even taking over health insurance. Not that facts are important.

  • Rupert in Springfield

    >On Day One, I will work to repeal Obamacare to stop the government’s takeover of our health care and intrusion in our lives.

    This is asinine.

    Romney, even if elected, will not have a 60 seat majority in the Senate.

    There is no point in “working” on this.

    As president Romney can simply find the law unconstitutional and its gone.

    Been done in the past, can be done in a Romney presidency. Five minute problem at best.

  • JaredC

    Jesus you have no credibility. A couple years ago Romney said it was the “Ultimate Conservatism” and our current system was socialism, and now it’s “a liberal pipedream”? https://www.buzzfeed.com/andrewkaczynski/romney-in-2007-the-indvididual-mandate-is-ultima

    • 3H

      That’s because the Republicans have no real plan for providing access to health care for those that don’t have it. Much of Obama’s plan was, originally, suggested by Republicans. It was a bluff. And when their bluff was called, they had to lay down their cards. They expected the debate to be centered on single payer vs. their ideas. They weren’t serious about those ideas, they just provided cover: they couldn’t be accused of not caring about millions not have access to decent health care.

      Romney probably likes the ACA — he just has to pander to the right wing of his party.

      • Rupert in Springfield

        It’s a possibility. More than a few on the right have suggested the exact same thing obviously.

        • 3H

          Obviously?? I guess it would only be obvious if I had read those posts. If I didn’t…

          • Rupert in Springfield

            If you are unaware that one of the rights single biggest complaints about Romney during the primary was the fact that he instituted Romney care in MA and thus was seen as possibly wavering on Obamacare repeal you are more ignorant than I previously thought.

            How in the world could you be oblivious to this? It was the single biggest issue. It’s why Santorum and Newt ran whole ad campaigns claiming to be the true conservative, by suggesting Romney really wasn’t opposed to Obamacare.

            How anyone can be that totally out of the loop is utterly beyond me.

            Is there anything else we need to inform you of? Like who the president is, that there is an election coming up, Anything else you need filling in on that most of us are aware of?

          • 3H

            “Is there anything else we need to inform you of?”

            Yes. Which part of my post you’re referring to. I made several points. Asking a lot, I know.

          • Rupert in Springfield

            Its a two line post of your own writing. It’s right above where I wrote my reply. You seriously are too ignorant to remember what you wrote, and too lazy to look right above where I am replying to you?

            OK, here ya go, you said:

            “Obviously?? I guess it would only be obvious if I had read those posts. If I didn’t..”

            For some reason you got it into your head that the only way you could
            have known about Romney’s credibility issue to read it on this blog. God
            knows why, it was a huge, if not the major, issue in the primary.

            How someone could be unaware of the single biggest issue in a primary, even if its of the opposite party, is totally beyond me.

            Got it now? Romney’s credibility, his commitment to repealing Obamacare was/is considered problematic. You didn’t have to read it here. All you had to do was pick up a newspaper, read a news blog, or turn on the radio.

            I cannot believe anyone could be that out of the loop that this is considered esoteric news. Apparently to you it is. Amazing.

          • 3H

            Look at the post again Rupert.. its a relatively longish paragraph, followed by the 2 lines – all in the same post. Pay attention, it is not just a 2 line post. So ask yourself, who is too lazy and too ignorant ?

            You really should stop with the dopey insults. They just come back to bite you in the ass later and make you look foolish.

            .

    • Rupert in Springfield

      Kind of like how the left claimed holding accused terrorists indefinitely at GITMO without a civilian trial was a violation of rights, but now Obama having a kill list seems to be ok?

      • 3H

        Actually, it’s not OK. Well, in my opinion. I don’t think the President, any President, should have the right to order people killed. So… back to the ACA.

        • 3H

          Let me add.. in the manner in which Predator Drone strikes are ordered. Which I’m guessing is what Rupert is talking about.

      • JaredC

        Obama’s kill list – and reclassifying dead civilian men as enemy combatants – is completely unacceptable.

  • DavidAppell

    “This Republican is proud to be the first governor to insure all his state’s citizens.”
    – Mitt Romney, USA Today, 2009
    https://www.usatoday.com/printedition/news/20090730/column30_st.art.htm

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