Now Obamacare is a Political Issue
Obamacare is legal, according to the Supreme Court. Now it's up to us to make it toxic.
It's now a political issue. I think many Americans believed the court would do the right thing and toss the individual mandate so people weren't pushing Romney too hard or the GOP. Now, everything's changed. Now it's up to our politicians to get rid of it.
We have to make this Supreme Court decision the worst thing that ever happened to President Obama. We have to get fired up. That means it's up to us to vote the Dems out in such major numbers that somehow magically the GOP grows a spine and tosses the darn thing out. This issue just became paramount in this campaign and we need to make Romney stick to his word to us.
You know who gets it? Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) President Marjorie Dannenfelser got it right away and sent out this statement ten minutes after the Supreme Court made their announcement.
“From the outset, Obamacare is fundamentally flawed legislation because it makes American taxpayers complicit in the deaths of countless unborn children,” said SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser. “Today’s decision to uphold the individual mandate to force individuals to purchase health care plans that offend their conscience is incredibly disappointing.
“Over the last four years, President Obama has revealed his loyalty to the abortion industry. At no time was this clearer than during the health care reform debate, when he fought tenaciously for the largest expansion of taxpayer funding of abortion on demand since Roe v. Wade. As the presidential race heats up, the Susan B. Anthony List will continue to remind American voters where the President’s allegiance truly lies. We will not stop fighting until every U.S. taxpayer is freed from under-writing the abortion business.”
We can take a few minutes to be in shock. Now, the fight begins. Now.
Now that Obamacre has been labeled a tax by the Supreme Court, let's hang the largest tax increase in the history of America around Obama's neck.