Is the curtain falling on Obama? It’s rising on Paul

Is the curtain falling on Obama? It’s rising on Paul

Washington : DC : USA | Mar 27, 2012 at 8:56 PM PDT
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Democrats' Actions Don't Match Their Rhetoric on Jobs

Today during the SCOTUS Hearing many of the Supreme Court Justices took offense to the core of Obamacare-the mandate for all Americans to buy health insurance. Unless you woke up in a communist country you would expect as much. The government is already manipulating you like a marionette, TSA, search and seizure, illegal anti-“Patriot Act”, surveillance cameras and maybe they’ll be taking over the internet. Yet the four Democratic Supreme Court appointees were eager to approve it as Obama pulled their strings.

Here are a few things to consider why Obamacare is: unconstitutional, unethical and as always costing the taxpayers with even bigger government to supervise government:

  • The federal government will determine if your medical care is essential.
  • Over 80 million people will not be able to keep their current health care coverage.
  • The Obama Administration will create hundreds of new boards, agencies and commissions empowering Washington bureaucrats to control your health care.

Remember Nancy Pelosi’s comment to Congress that Christmas Eve, which we’d have to pass the bill to learn what’s in it? Well, we now know what’s in it- ObamaCare should never have been passed. It needs to be repealed.

The Oil pipeline

Just a matter of days ago President Obama was in Cushing, Oklahoma trying to tell us all that he is pipeline friendly. Wrong answer, he already shot himself down by blocking the Keystone pipeline that would have provided thousands of jobs and we could have been feeling relief. Too late your time is up.

We need a president like Ron Paul. With his detailed plans this country would be turning around the minute he takes office! The media tells lies about Dr. Paul daily at the establishment’s commands.

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A protester against U.S. President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act tries to block a supporter of the act in Washington
A protester against U.S. President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act tries to block a supporter of the act in Washington
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