Neal Barton's POV

Not over yet!

Not over yet!
POV

POSTED: Thursday, June 28, 2012 - 6:52pm

UPDATED: Friday, June 29, 2012 - 12:32pm

Today, after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor for Obamacare, the president said " it was a victory for people all over this country whose lives will be more secure because of this law."

He never said who's going to be paying for it.

It's a momentous day for the president. A bad day for people who want limited government.

The president said 9 million times this mandate was not a tax. He knew it was a tax. We knew it was a tax. And the Supreme Court knows it's a tax.

And now government will start to really grow. The shame of it, it will all be run and implemented by the Department of Health and Human Services.

People who were never elected and are lifers in the red tape of government will be running the whole project.

Someone mentioned today on our Facebook page "at least I still have my doctor." The answer is--- no you wont.

If this monstrosity gets going by 2014, we'll all be going to the health exchange run by the federal government.

It will be like going to the Social Security Office, or let's see the state version, the Department of Motor Behicles.

But I did say the say 2014. This is not a done deal yet. There is a very important election on the way.

You cannot have Obamacare without Obama. This health care law is very unpopular except with liberal politicians and the U.S. Supreme Court.

Let's see how many politicians talk about it during their campaign.

The Supreme Court may have given the green light to the largest takeover over in government history.

The American people can blow it up with dynamite in November.

You have one last chance.

That's my point of view, what's yours?

You can email me at pov@ketknbc.com.

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Yes, Neal, but what you don't say is that the only people who will have to pay the "tax" are those who don't buy health insurance. The whole idea of the individual mandate was a Republican idea. Why don't you acknowledge that? That's a rhetorical question of course because I know why. Most people in East Texas will benefit from this legislation but they will continue to oppose it because they are not informed or they have been misinformed. You are helping that campaign of misinformation.

Also don't overlok the fact the just because someone says they're Republican does it mean they're right wing conservative. McCain Romney, and the leadership for example. They're just as stupid as the Dems of thinking Socialism and federalism are great ideals and is best for America. They can't and won't understand how and why they DON'T work. Or why the rest of the world including China are abandonning Communism and turning to capitalism and the free market.

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