This isn't over, Democrats

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To date, the only true words spoken from our con-artist in chief, President Obama, was shortly before the 2008 election when he said, “We are five days away from fundamentally changing this nation.” And that he has, with the help and support of the chief justice of the Supreme Court.

The court’s decisions last week, regarding the Arizona illegal-immigration law and with Obamacare, can be described only as heinous. The most disgusting aspect of these decisions is that the supposedly “conservative” chief justice, John Roberts, cast the deciding approval vote for each of these decisions.

So just where exactly is there any limit for what the these tyrants – our federal government – can force you to do? Forcing you to purchase? For now, the answer to that question is that there is no limit.

The American people were sold the biggest pig-in-a-poke in the history of this country back in 2008 and they bought it hook, line and sinker – this, at a time when millions were losing their jobs; the unemployment rate was skyrocketing; the gross domestic product was tanking; and trillions upon trillions of debt piled upon unwilling Americans and generations of their offspring by this president and the Democrat-controlled Congress.

They instead concentrated not on job creation and the economy, but on the long-held communist tenet of government health care – i.e., Obamacare. They rammed this vile lie down the unwilling throats of the American people with every dishonest, unethical, deceiving ploy in their arsenal.

Rejoice while you can, comrades. Your D-Day is but a few months away. You think the 2010 elections were something? Well, they were historic – Democrats routed out of office on national, state and local levels. More than 700 offices.

But that election will pale in comparison to this upcoming one. The Democratic Party is persona non grata, and has ensured itself a place in American history as the poster child of tyranny. They are constitutional usurpers – the “enemy within” personified.

This ain’t over!

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effete elitist liberal
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effete elitist liberal 07/01/12 - 07:07 am
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"communist tenet of government health care"

Oh please, not another "the Commies are coming" letter! Right Wingers
were also sure Social Security and Medicare were proof America was being taken over by Communists. Today, those same Right Wingers are among the staunchest defenders of SS and MC. In fact, the ACA isn't really a government run insurance program at all, as both Social Security and Medicare are. The mandate is intended to push the uninsured to buy health insurance from PRIVATE insurance companies. In fact for liberals such as me, a major shortcoming of ACA is that it provided no PUBLIC option. But I'm not worried, we'll have one before long....

BloodySunday
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BloodySunday 07/01/12 - 07:32 am
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It's time to let these

It's time to let these extreme GOPers and their radical friends know that we won't them out of Congress in November. Tea Party Republican extremists supporters are getting frightened and they're saying they can to marginalize our growing effort to hold them accountable. It's ironic that these Tea Party Republicans who are giving polluters free rein to make us sick, attacking working middle - class families, slashing medical benefits for hundred of thousands of seniors and even voting to block the Violence Against Women Act are calling Democrats in Congress extreme. Republicans and their radical supporters want their voters to look the other way, as they wage these radical attacks while raking in big money from Big Oil corporations and the likes of Karl Rove and the Kochs siblings.

itsanotherday1
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itsanotherday1 07/01/12 - 09:33 am
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among the staunchest defenders of SS and MC.

Yep, that is play #1 in the Democratic playbook; get as many suckling on the government teat as possible. Once they do, those folks will fight tooth an nail, regardless of political leanings, to stay there. Government programs NEVER go away, they just grow, and grow, and grow; all the while sucking the life's blood out of the working class via taxes, and enlarging the socialist state.

effete elitist liberal
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effete elitist liberal 07/01/12 - 10:04 am
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#1 in the Democratic playbook

another day: You missed the memo. It's a given that Dems support social welfare programs such as Social Security, Medicare, and the ACA. Your problem is that too many conservatives are enablers. They should be the target of your anger. There have been a number of Republican Presidents in the past 60 years with control of Congress who have failed almost completely to roll back or end any of these programs. As Pogo once said, "We have met the enemy, and they are us"!

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dichotomy 07/01/12 - 10:15 am
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The only bright spot left for

The only bright spot left for taxpaying Americans is knowledge that the parasites will eventually kill the host and THEN we will get some CHANGE. The mirror that sees into the future is located in Europe. If Obama gets re-elected about the only thing you can do is grin and bear it and lie, cheat, and do anything else you can do to keep your money away from the TAX man.......you know, Obama and the Democrats. You are going to need it when we get our next downgrade, interest rates skyrocket, taxes go up, and inflation sets in about 10 times worse than it is now. Remember, if Obama gets re-elected their is NOTHING to restrain him, especially now that SCOTUS has said they can do anything they want to us as long as they call it a TAX, which OBAMACARE certainly is.....the largest TAX increase in history from the LIAR(s), plural to include all of the DEMOCRATS in the House and Senate, who said to middle class Americans "if you make less than $250K you will not see one penny increase in your TAXES"......and.... "you will be able to keep your insurance and your doctor". We now know that both of those statements are the two biggest LIES ever told to the American people.

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jack234 07/01/12 - 12:12 pm
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I am first of all shocked

I am first of all shocked that there aren't more republicans weighing in in support of the letter writer. Maybe, republicans are realizing a few things and are now starting to think for themselves. A few truths: 1. The president is truly concerned about providing health-care for everyone, we all should be. 2. Rush has a hidden agenda and we are not buying anymore what he dictates we should do. 3. There are some good tea party members, but many do have a hidden agenda and after a few beers with them, it comes out. 4. The speaker is dictated to by the tea party. (he knows better, but can't act it out) 5. Many oppose Obama Care just because, something this big should't be credited in the history books to someone that looks like the president. ( It was the republicans that gave it that name to mock the president - a big mistake on their part because it stuck)

itsanotherday1
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itsanotherday1 07/01/12 - 02:07 pm
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1. a theory or system of

1. a theory or system of social organization based on the holding of all property in common, actual ownership being ascribed to the community as a whole or to the state.
2. a system of social organization in which all economic and social activity is controlled by a totalitarian state dominated by a single and self-perpetuating political party.

WHen you take from me at the point of a government gun to give to someone else, doesn't that sound like #1?

When you get enough people on the dole that will keep voting you in, you've accomplished #2.

Sounds a lot like the Democrats/Liberals doesn't it? This actually defines communism.....

itsanotherday1
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itsanotherday1 07/01/12 - 10:59 pm
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I don't know why I am

I don't know why I am constantly astounded at the Democrat thought process; I should be used to the idiocy by now.

Where do you all think the money is going to come from to pay for Obamacare and the other "laudable" social programs you yearn for? Do you plan to have the gumment pick it off the money tree? Are you even intelligent enough to get past your "feelings" and realize that you could take every penny from "THE RICH" and you couldn't run the government but a few months? Let me repeat that and shout it for those who are slow; EVERY &^% DIME THE WEALTHY HAVE WON'T RUN THIS GOVERNMENT BUT A FEW MONTHS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We are many $TRILLIONS$ in debt and growing, yet you want to add to it with more social programs.

TOTAL INSANITY!!! I cannot believe people are that stupid. It boggles the mind.

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InChristLove 07/02/12 - 05:45 am
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it'sanotherday1, yes total

it'sanotherday1, yes total insanity and yes people can be that stupid. The concern for the cost of this is important but no one has address the change in medical care that is coming. There was a program on last night that address the quality of care and the denial of certain procedures because of cost that will occur, also the increase in deductibles and copays that will occur. Those so in favor of Obamacare can't see past the "we won" attitude that they are blinded by the real ramifications, or possibly, they don't care because it won't effect them. They never paid for health insurance to begin with and they won't pay now.....we still will be the ones footing the bill.

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Bizkit 07/02/12 - 04:50 pm
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No, progressives love the

No, progressives love the idea of paying more taxes-they feel patriotic and get that tingly feeling down their leg. They realize that a tax hike for the middle class is obviously "fair" to Obama, and they all support fairness. Progressives will be in Obama heaven with higher taxes and fewer services and long, long, long, long waiting times because the physician gap for so many newly insured people with existing conditions. The younger folks will likely just pay the tax (its less than the insurance) and the govt still gets its money with the tax. I wish I could say the 20% of american youths from newborn to 18 are healthy but unfortunately their not-obesity and diabetes. The baby boomer are unhealthy from years of smoking and other poor health behaviors which is significant fraction added to the unhealthy pool. By and large the American health pool is poor-remember how bad progressives say our system is with poor this and that. But everyone now will pay the same no matter you smoked ten packs a day or never a puff-progressive heaven-fairness-higher taxes. Ahhhhh.

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KSL 07/02/12 - 06:03 pm
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Bizket

I agree except I can name you 2 boomers who didn't smoke and who are not over weight.

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fedex227 07/02/12 - 07:52 pm
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Republicans, champions of healthcare reform- not.
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And what did Republicans do when they controlled the House, Senate, and the Presidency from 2002-2006 to tackle the problems of uninsured Americans and escalating medical insurance costs? Anyone? Beuhler? That's right-- Nothing !!

Wait, they did pass Medicare Part D, a $727 billion dollar totally unfunded prescription drug program (in which, by the way, they inserted the provision that strictly prohibited Medicare from negotiating prescription drug prices with the drug companies).

Republicans had the chance to show where they stood on healthcare- and its quite obvious who the beneficiaries were- now stand aside.

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