Obamacare Fallout – The State of the Repeal Process Today


There is no doubt that the easy way of getting rid of Obamacare is gone. The supreme court was the surefire speedy way of ensure the bill was killed. I for one do not count myself as one of the conservatives out that playing this up as some twisted form of victory. We can bring victory out of it by using this loss as motivation, but the 5-4 decision by itself is a crushing defeat in which Chief Justice John Roberts failed his entire mission for which he was appointing to the court to begin with.

Obviously Mitt Romney is the guy we have to get behind for president. Even Rand Paul sees that. Anyone who thinks otherwise is delusional at best, but could be on shrooms or something even worse that I won’t get in to. Just had to get that out of the way.

The Healthcare law was passed via a series of the biggest power overreaches in American History both at the executive and congressional levels. I urge Mitt Romney if he is elected president to give the left a dose of their own medicine. Starting with day 1, Romney should sign an executive order effectively nullifying the effects of the healthcare law. Congress should then subsequently defund it.

After the above is established to prevent the law’s damaging effects, the formal repeal and replace process should begin. It very well could be a long and drawn out process, particularly in the Senate depending on how well we do in November. It is something we have to be prepared for.

Polls have consistently shown that the majority of Americans adamantly oppose using Obamacare as a solution to this country’s problems. So it’s time to stop listening to the press, screw bipartisanship with the radical left sector of the democrat party and give the majority of the American people what they have been wanting from the beginning: A fix to the healthcare system that will allow people more freedom and re-enable the economy to recover.

About Ryan Gallagher
I am a graduate of Stony Brook University where I earned a Bachelor of Science in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences. I am an avid weather enthusiast and Red Sox fan. I humbly try to spread goodness and positivity to all those I meet.

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