U.S Supreme Court's total upheld on OBAMACARE minimizes the hate on President Obama puts GOP in shame: A reaction
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U.S Supreme Court's total upheld on OBAMACARE minimizes the hate on President Obama puts GOP in shame: A reaction

Washington : DC : USA | Jun 28, 2012 at 3:01 PM PDT
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U.S Supreme Court's total upheld on OBAMACARE minimizes the hate on President Obama puts GOP in shame: A reaction

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Dhreff

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The truth of the OBAMACARE as the U.S upheld in its entirety may minimize if not dispel the bulk of hate and hatred against President Obama. As the sweeping decision had been speculated and awaited to junk the law that did not come true has slanted the shame to the Republicans.

What is the meaning and implication of U.S. Supreme Court upholding the OBAMACARE? This means the hate GOP spearheaded against President Obama must now come to end in order to unify the American people. However, hate against Obama bounced as SHAME on the Republicans.

The U.S high court upheld of the law further indicates that OBAMACARE must not be used as a reason to divide America.

Americans have to respect the law as upheld and enjoy its benefits despite of their reservations against it if there are any.

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dhreff is based in Olongapo, Central Luzon, Philippines, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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