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Obama To Revise UnConstitutional Health Law?

June 4, 2012 by  

Obama To Revise UnConstitutional Health Law?
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Is Obama secretly reworking healthcare law?

In the event that the Supreme Court strikes down his healthcare overhaul, President Barack Obama is preparing a revised version.

According to reports, Obama told high-paying donors at a private event that he has plans to revise the law if it is struck down by the Court, despite his public displays of confidence that it will be upheld.

Obama has allegedly made comments at several high-dollar fundraisers since March — when oral arguments before the court were perceived to go badly for the Administration — that healthcare could need new attention in a second term, according to The Hill.

Bloomberg reports that on May 14 Obama said he was planning to revise the overhaul during a $35,800-a-plate dinner at the Manhattan apartment of Tony James, president of private-equity firm the Blackstone Group.

The White House denied the reports with spokesman Jay Carney writing in an email: “While I won’t discuss in detail the president’s private conversations, I can say that your reporting, attributed to unnamed sources, inaccurately reflects the president’s views.”

Sam Rolley

Staff writer Sam Rolley began a career in journalism working for a small town newspaper while seeking a B.A. in English. After learning about many of the biases present in most modern newsrooms, Rolley became determined to find a position in journalism that would allow him to combat the unsavory image that the news industry has gained. He is dedicated to seeking the truth and exposing the lies disseminated by the mainstream media at the behest of their corporate masters, special interest groups and information gatekeepers.

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  • http://msbets.wordpress.com msbets

    this vile creature ISN’T going to get the chance to revive anything.

    • David in MA

      OR, maybe his comments reflect that he will enforce martial law and become HNIC for life. Never underestimate the mind of an islamic socialist who feels he is above the law, protected and has the mindset of, what are they going to do about what I do, i’m the president!

      First black person to become president (via lies) and he flushes it down the tube! What a FN loser.

      • truesoy

        David in MA;

        You are living proof of how desperately in need of healthcare reform we are for maybe then people like you (most of them in the blog) will get the mental care they need.

        Sincerely,
        Truesoy

        • David in MA

          And you, Truesoy, are a perfect example of a sheeple, as long as you get your food stamps, etc. anyone will be your hero, even an obama.
          You, my friend, are the one in need of “mental health”.
          BTW, is the soy part of your name a reference to the use of soy products? If so then maybe your hormones are out of whack, making your thought process off base.

          • truesoy

            David in Ma;

            You proved my point again. And don’t forget to put your crayons away.
            Rest my case.

            Sincerely,
            Truesoy

      • will billiams

        David in MA….while i feel your concern about Obama and his Martial law….i think you miss the the reason. You have also played into the hands of the establishment. I see that by your post you consider his “mind of an islamic solicialist who is above the law”. That sentiment is exactly what they want you to feel…to feel hatred….to feel disgust toward another. This is because they realize they can no longer do the black vs white thing anylonger. Besides, if you want to get technical, this presidency is controlled by corporations, and lobbysist. The biggest lobbysists of all is AIPAC (American Isreali Political Action Committee) Why do you think there is a threat in Iran? Not because of a weapon….because this is another false war…like Iraq!
        I dont like Obama, and just as bad is the other joke…Romney! They are both the same, however they would like us to fight as Democrats or Republicans…rather than seeing who is the best person with the best policies and best ideas. It is neither Obama or Romney. But they dont care who is in…because (look at their voting records, and policies) they are nearly identical. There is two choices that are beneficial to the people, the this country, and ultimately the future of this world. There is the independant choice…Gary Johnson. And my personal favorite, (however the media has tried desperately to discredit him) Ron Paul. He is on the Republican platform, however he is great. Many people think that Romney has become the Republican nominee (based on incorrect delegate estimates) however Romney has about 600 delegates, not the 1144 needed. So this means that there is still hope of an Obama vs Paul standoff….in which people will be able to hear real solutions to our economy, to our unemployment, to our civil liberties, to our overreaching and expanding government, to cutting off foriegn aid and bring that money back home to fix our own country.
        There is still a chance to get Obama out of office, while not putting in Obama II (Romney).

    • wandamurline

      To put it bluntly….there ain’t gonna be a second term.

    • Flashy

      LOL…. I still have it as 302-310 range for Pres. Obama and the EC. And rather than weaken, that number is appearing more solid. The debates will be where it’s put away and Romney can go home and relax for the remainder of his existence breathing air and practicing Mormonism.

      As for revising HCR is the mandate is tossed, <yawn., not a big issue. of course there are plans. it's part of being a leader …anticipating what may occur. And the SCOTUS ruling on HCR is 50/50 either way. . If the SCOTUS tosses the mandate, there will need something done. It is central to the HCR and with the remainder staying in place, even the GOP will have to figure out how to make sense out of the mishmash created without the mandate.

      BTW…since y'all are against the HCR, I assume you sent back those insurance rebates you received due to the HCR? And no one has kept any of the older children on their insurance as now allowed by HCR…right?

      The only option to the mandate is where we should have gone in the beginning. The Public Option. Or back to where it was…skyrocketing uncontrolled costs in health care.

      • Brad

        By the way Flashy, the SCOTUS decides cases based on their constitutionality, the court in my opinion will find either 5-4 or 6-3 the individual mandate unconstitutional and since there is no severability clause the entire law could get tossed.

      • Flashy

        Anyone who tries to predict what the SCOTUS will rule on the HCR is either an idiot or a fool. I agree it will be close, I’m think 6-3 with Roberts going with the decision so he will be able to assign the opinion.

        just asking…but you picked up the “severability clause” item from a talking head on FOX Mcnews right? because if you had any knowledge about such, you’d know that’s not pertinent.

      • Ted Crawford

        Flashy
        Since, as you have previously declared, you are a participant in your companies policy making, would you care to elaborate on the irrelavence of the Severability Clause? It’s been included in every contractual agreement I’ve ever been a party to!

      • Brad

        And a severability clause is what again Flashy? Seems as if you have zero knowledge what its used for…

      • Flashy

        We are not dealing with a contract. Having one in a piece of legislation means that the Courts may, or may not, deal with the the clause in question standing alone. Court discretion and if the Court doesn’t have to decide on the merits of the entire package, most will take the easy way out and deal with only the narrowest of issues.

        If there is a severability clause, and a court strikes a portion, the court may include the entire legislation by stating the clause stricken is so inherently part of the legislation that nullifying it causes X situation and that ain’t gonna stand review.

        If there is no severability clause, the court can say ‘hey, we’re only asked to rule on a narrow issue, that’s all we’re dealing with here. Or…on the other hand state ‘we’re nailing this one and putting it in its grave”
        . .
        Once a piece of legislation is in court, the court decided what is, and is not, pertinent to the question(s) before it. Thus, for example, neither Congress nor the Executive will take the War Powers Act to a court to decide if it is constitutional. no one knows, and both sides fear the result if against them.

        Private contracts are much much different. it’s a deal between two private parties. The assumption is they knew what they were bargaining for and the court will take into account a wide expanse of information to try and keep the bargain together…and only decide if the offending clause is enforceable or not. .Agreements between parties are not a constitutional question.

        My opinion ….

      • Flashy

        Brad…enlighten us. What is the purpose for a Severability Clause ? C’mon Sparky…y’all like to talk big…enlighten us.

      • http://PersonalLiberty Alondra

        LOL, Deranged Flashy, your pervert serial liar PUPPET Barry the Deceiver should prepare the cell in Guantamo for himself where he will “relax for the remainder of his existence breathing [Cuban] air and practicing” his religion of “peace” islam.

  • BJ.Holmes

    If we could apply IQ tests for voters, Obummer wouldn’t stand a chance.

    • Flashy

      BJ…you’d be right if there was someone on the ballot with that name. As it stands, there is no one with that name on any ballot i am aware of. If there was such an IQ test, Pres. Obama would sweep the EC with nary an opposing vote.

      • Brad

        Flashy, we already know, you have zero credibility, so what’s your IQ? Just by your name you should be in jail for indecent exposure.

      • Flashy

        1. higher than yours
        2. Your the one with the four letter name, not I.

      • Brad

        1. higher than yours “Since we don’t know your IQ how can you make that stement”,
        2. Your the one with the four letter name, not I. “Actualy I have a seven letter first name, thanks for making an *ss out of yourself”.

        Just goes to show ya, Flashy has an IQ of 80 or less and that’s being conservative.

      • Opal the Gem

        Flushy is sure providing a lot of comedy today. A hearty laugh at his expense is certainly good for the soul.

      • Steve E

        Flashy, I believe BJ.Holmes was stating that the person’s IQ would have to be above a certain level, not below a certain level. It appears that you thought he meant that those with a low IQ voted would be able to vote. If that were to be, Obama would win. But, I believe he was explaining that only people with higher IQs would be able to vote.

      • Flashy

        Steve…you ignored the studies conducted eh? figures. Pesky facts keep getting in the way of a good rant eh?

      • Bert Cundle Sr.

        Brad says:

        June 4, 2012 at 10:02 am—————————————–

        your name you should be in jail for indecent exposure.///////////////////////////\\\\\\\\\\\
        A great display of ignorance! Typical of Control Freaks! Dim Wits!
        Giveing you any knoledge will only be dangerious…

      • Steve E

        Flashy, the studies show that those pesky facts are in my favor.

      • Flashy
      • LAB

        …another libertard without a clue, eh? The only way nobamma would register an IQ would be the same way he goes about trying to win an election..CHEAT!

      • http://PersonalLiberty Alondra

        Hoax Flashy, let see what idiots voted for the IMPOSTOR:
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgfA2b9YSag
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVX-c07uefc&feature=related
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_JJLLfTR8I&feature=related

        Flashy, it’s absolutely evident without “such an IQ test” what their “intelligence” Q is.

        But we also know, Flashy, who besides those IDIOTS voted and will vote for the UNDOCUMENTED ILLIGAL immigrant: deranged & filthy traitors like you, UNION thugs, ACORNists, Planned Parenthooders, communists, extreme liberals, left-wingers, kenyans, chris matthew, rachel meddow, wolf blitzer…and alike.

        NONE, Flashy, NONE right minded person will vote for the Girl Bulling, Dog Eating FRAUD and CRIMINAL GAY. The 43% of the West Virginia Dem voters preferred a Federal Prisoner over Barry the Deceiver. Isn’t amazing, Flashy?

        Relax, Flashy, take a fresh breath and stop spawn your insane stupidest.

      • Bert Cundle Sr.

        Go ahead and flash me “Flashy says:” Lets see what ya got! Short writings are better than Long boring Babble…

  • Warrior

    This may be one of those instances whereas the only way to fix that darn circuit board is with a sledgehammer.

    • Norm

      Is that in the Constitution? I missed that part.

      • Steve E

        It is not in the Constitution, but it is in the Declaration of Independence with a similar meaning: “That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it…”

      • eddie47d

        Yes there are several right wing groups stirring up trouble and who have destructive behavior. Some of them need to apply for an exit visa or go deeper underground and leave the rest of us alone. .

  • Megashellac

    Unconstitutional president to revise unconstitutional law. Our once great free country has been invaded by commies and earth first bastards.

    • Norm

      What flavor Kool-aid are you drinking. Try connecting your mouth to your brain.

      • Steve E

        It’s obvious you don’t know the Constitution. He drinks the Constitutional Kool Aid. I drink it too.

    • will billiams

      You are exactly right on that one! However most people look deeply enough into it,..only seeing it on the surface.

    • eddie47d

      Norm got that right!

  • http://yahoo mytwocentswrth

    Let there be no mistake, Obama does everything for Obama, not for the people. He has never represented the will of the people, especially when this damnn health bill was passed against overwhelming popular opposition. Anyone who supports this maniac is a fool and a traitor.

  • Mike in MI

    Well now, THIS should be interesting. Are we going to get treated to another 1 1/2 years’ circus like the first go round? …Condensed into four months of total frenzy, so he can have at least one thing to claim as an accomplishment for four years of vacations, golf, basketball, Vegetable Garden parties and campaign sight-seeing on Air Farce 1? Is he going to call back the Louisianna Purchase, Cornhusker Cashout, the Stupak Drawersdrop and his other proud finaglings?
    How’s he going to pull back all the damage already done to the businesses his landmark legislation has stip-mined from the landscape as they presumptiously started implementation?
    Who in the media will see fit to ask him if he cares?
    It’ll be interesting to see what striking it down, if they do, will do to his campaign cash flow.

  • Alex

    If the Teabaggers are upset by Health Care Reform due to portions of it being unconstitutional and the Supremes do, indeed strike the offending bits, and the Obama Administrations makes the necessary changes—-what is the REAL problem? Why would a literate and advanced society not make the legitimate health care of its citizens a priority? Who would Teabagger hero Jesus Christ want to see covered?

    Well—you can look it up. The answer you need is in the Sermon on the Mount—-the ONLY part of the Bible in which Jesus himself saw fit to have his words recorded. The rest of the Bible—-the parts that the Fright Wing squawks about—-is no more the word of God or the Gods than ‘Slaughterhouse Five’. It is just the word of men. people like you or me. So the next time some “Christian” says that Health Reform is a Communist plot, like jazz and Fluoride and Sesame Street, pull out your Bible and QUOTE JESUS H. CHRIST His Own Bad Self!

    • Vigilant

      “If…the Supremes do, indeed strike the offending bits, and the Obama Administrations makes the necessary changes—-what is the REAL problem?”

      The REAL problem is that Obama has no Constitutional authority to revise any law. Much like the injunction against the line item veto, the Executive Branch has no power to revise already passed and signed legislation at will.

      Even Romney hasn’t a clue when he says he’ll repeal Obamacare. He needs to read Article I of the Constitution. Only Congress has that power, backed up by judicial review.

      • Norm

        Correct.

      • Flashy

        vig…i have a question for you and 45 if you’d care to take it on. last night, on Bill Moyers, the guest was Jon Haite (?) and they attempted to explain the difference in value sets between liberals and Conservatives, and the state of the nation today as to conflict and unwillingness to compromise.

        It was a very interesting show, and yes, i took notes. Anyhows, Haite had a list of six value sets which he identified as being the basics for ideological and personal thought.

        Compassion
        Fairness
        Social Liberty
        Loyalty
        Authority and order
        Sanctity of religion

        I listed them in the order discussed (there was a scored method denoting the strength of conviction, but i didn’t get that noted in time).

        What was interesting is that when these were given to Conservatives and liberals to list in order of priority … the list above was the order placed by Liberals And….it was exactly in reverse when listed by Conservatives.

        As Haite explained, liberals place fairness and compassion high. And thus are more malleable in meeting the needs of the opposing views. Where Conservatives place compassion and fairness low, preferring Malthusian concepts of you get what you work for as a very high value (he used the tale of the grasshopper and ant. Where the ant worked and stored all summer, the grasshopper screwed off, and when winter came…the grasshopper was asking the ant for help in order to survive). Conservaticves would say ‘starve’…you made the bed, sleep in it. Liberals would say ‘this time, but you owe me work during the next summer’ and give another chance.

        Both would break the rules if they could get away with it. Conservatives would cut throats to get their way of each to his own, …liberals would cut throats if the end result was to attain fairness and compassion for all.

        Conservatives see no issue with corporate plutocracy as it is the natural order and progression of capitalism as they view it. the strong survive. liberals see no issue with a government plutocracy as it is the natural evolution of a civilized society. (not my words…)

        It’s interesting as this discussion today has these values at the core of the disputed opinions.

        Comment?

      • GALT

        Yo, Vigilant ( of what and for what purpose ) there are no “offending bits”……..” under admiralty and maritime” jurisdictions…..nothing is “unconstitutional”…….

        David H is required over at the “barter myth” provocation…….bye!

      • Vigilant

        Flashy, this could indeed prove to be a most useful discussion. There are some problems from the very beginning, however.

        What is a Conservative and what is a Liberal? The question may be, was the order on the list defined as liberal vs. conservative by independent judges before asking anyone, or did self-described liberals and conservatives make their choices? (Chicken or the egg, if you see what I mean).

        There are also different types of the two. You may have fiscal conservatives who are also social conservatives, and that would fit today’s understanding of the meaning of “religious right.” One would necessarily expect them to place sanctity of religion and authority/order at the top of the list.

        There are the fiscal and social liberals, for whom one would expect compassion and fairness at the top of their list. These would most likely be described as today’s “left wingers.”

        The fiscal liberal and social conservative is another animal, probably more closely related to the “traditional” liberal who subscribes to traditional social values but believes government has a part to play in ensuring some parity of economic outcomes. This used to be the heart of the Democratic Party some 50 years ago, but a lot of them remain.

        Then you have fiscal conservatives who may be social liberals, and I suspect this comprises a large portion of the so-called conservatives, who might more accurately be described as libertarians to a degree, but with reservations on the authority and order factor.

        The oddity of the list is that “sanctity of religion” and “compassion” are at opposite ends of the pole. One would expect them to be one and the same, assuming that the respondents to the question were primarily Christian.

        I’ll be the first to admit that the religious right tends to spend much time on the “thou shalt nots” at the expense of Christ’s clear messages of compassion and fairness. I always thought the New Testament somewhat muted the fire and brimstone characteristics of the Old Testament, but many still seem to believe censure and condemnation are more important than forgiveness, toleration and compassion. Personally, I find compassion to be not at odds with my conservative philosophy, but that’s just me.

        On the story of the ant and the grasshopper, I truly don’t believe you’d find many today who would say to the grasshopper “starve.” We have accepted in our modern enlightenment the concept that no one “deserves” to starve to death. But at the same time, we know that private charitable organizations can and will pick up the slack for say, the homeless and indigent. Nor do we carp about government help to the needy who simply can not work, or those who need a temporary aid while diligently searching for employment.

        The whole difference is in the treatment of those who can work but don’t. Like it or not, the work ethic is still alive and well. And the best intentions of liberal compassion have gone beyond the simple “‘this time, but you owe me work during the next summer’ and give another chance.”

        Regardless of the purity of compassionate intentions, it seems (to me) that human nature has been badly misread. For some, welfare has indeed been a helping hand upwards. But it was not calculated in the scheme that some would accept the dole as an entitlement. In the story, the grasshopper not only made a bad judgment, he was lazy. The true test of his character would have been to see whether he honored his obligation to work that next summer, or whether he continued in his indolent ways.

        There’s much more to say, but for now I have to get dinner for my son. Interesting discussion.

        • David in MA

          Vigilant, A whole lotta words that are meaningless, you must be an amature politician….anyhow, whatever obozo does in making changes to his obamacare, he will still have to have it introduced to congress for approval, he cannot just make changes and it is inforce…….AND, now that congress knows what is in it I have a feeling it will be tied up in committee as the house will have to approve the financial aspects…..By the time it comes around again obozo will be confined at GITMO. When will liberals, communiswts or whatever they call themselves today come to understand socialism does not work?

      • Vigilant

        I confess I have a bit of a difficulty understanding your reaction. Do you make it a habit of taking on fellow conservatives?

        • truesoy

          Vigilant;
          Do you normaly answer yourself, or do you have split personality?
          Just wondering.

          Sincerely,
          Truesoy

      • Vigilant

        Truesoy
        ;
        Do you normally have a problem with context and reading comprehension? My comment was directed at David in MA.

        Just wondering.

        Sincerely,
        Vigilant

    • MAP

      The real problem Alex is that we have blowhard, Leftist idiots such as yourself. North Korea might suit an atheist dreamer like you very well.

      • Alex

        Who is it that you are referring to as an ‘athiest’?

      • eddie47d

        MAP needs to refresh himself with the Sermon on the Mount and stop his “childish” behavior and then practice what the Lord preaches. Maybe then you will be truly Born Again. Not everything is an unwarranted government conspiracy or an Obama plot to take away your rights.

        • truesoy

          eddi47d;
          enna
          MAP has a problem with his tinfoil hat. I think it might be to tight or the antenna is facing the wrong way.
          No matter what, he’s got a problem.

          Sincerely,
          Truesoy

      • Brandon

        God the right wing is so brainwashed.

      • GiveAwayJimmie

        MAP, you are correct—-and I do believe that Flashy, has been asleep and/or deaf when pelosi and reid open their mouths—-true example of liberals being Malleable!!!! It is hard to fix stupid!!!

      • truesoy

        MAP;

        ….and I’ll bet you love Afghanistan, a religious ‘utopia’.

        Sincerely,
        Truesoy

    • Ted Crawford

      Were you to actually read that book, Alex, you would find that Christs mandate to care for the needy falls on the Church, and not any form of Government! ” My Kingdom is no part of this world “

    • Steve E

      It’s not just the Teabaggers that believe that Obamacare is unconstitutional, It’s everyone else that has a brain and can read the Constitution that believe Obamacare is unconstitutional. You are just jealous of people with knowledge and can think clearly. You should realize that you are out of your league when you try to persuade the intelligent people of you pitiful point of view.

      • Doug

        Anyone who uses the term tea baggers about real American Patriots are liberal men and woman who love pricks stuck in every opening they have! You liberals are real tough punks when there more of you then real conservative people I mean in my world 5 of pukes is a fair fight with me and I can promise you that Obamanation health care could not put you back together. Why don’t you Communist liberals go live in the land of nuts with your friend in N.Korea!

      • Flashy

        Brad…using Doug’s rant above as an example (not to mention your own). What was that you and Steve were stating about IQ ?

      • truesoy

        Steve E;
        If as you say, ‘intelligent’ people know the health care reform law is unconstitutional, then you are calling one of our most prominent founding father of our county an idiot, for it was President George Washington that ordered ship owners to provide healthcare (insurance) for their sailors.

        And if the mandate is ruled unconstitutional, then, get ready to move in grandma and/or grandpa into your home, or if you happened to be granny, then, get ready to move in with someone, because ‘social security’ is a mandate and so is ‘medicare’ (the government medical insurance for old people). By the way I also hope you’ve got enough money to pay for those medical bills, soon, because if you get your wish, ‘intelligent’ people like you won’t have medicare come the first of the following month mandates is deemed ‘unconstitutional’.

        Sincerely,
        Truesoy

      • Steve E

        I rather keep my IQ and die a free man. If you want healthcare, go work as a seaman pn a merchant ship.

        • truesoy

          Steve E;
          You don’t have to take the health care reform benefits, just continue the way you are, but if the day ever comes when you have no insurance don’t go crowling to the government for the benefit, nor go to a hospital, nor to county, because they will bill the government. But I know you will go for help one way or another because ‘die a free man’ for lack of insurance is not going to be in your agenda.

          Remember Mary Brown, tea party organizer Obama hater, anti-health care reform crusader? Well, she recently filed for bankrupcy on her medical bill, and guess who’ll pay now? I think you get my drift, or at least you should.

          You can pretend to fool yourself, but you won’t fool anyone else.

          Sincerely,
          Truesoy

          • David in MA

            truesoy, you are a democrat plant….
            punch out and go home!
            your shift is over.

          • truesoy

            David in MA;

            ….and if possessing critical thinking ability capable of independent thinking using logic and common sense to forge an opinion on any given subject based on facts makes me a ‘democrat plant’, then, so be it, for this is preferable than being a ‘conservative parrot’.

            Sincerely,
            Truesoy

          • David in MA

            Truesoy,
            Your writing, sentence structure and your approach to the topic says to me YOU ARE AN OBAMA SUPPORTER PLANT! Your manners are not like normal posters, you are a plant! But, your entertaining, somewhat.

  • Bob

    Read _Atlas Shrugg “John Gault where have you gone?

  • Nurse J.

    Obummer has no accomplishments whatsoever, he will not be around long enough to revamp ANOTHER unconstitutional health care. Oh, and Alex up there you need our prayers, you Atheist dribble!

    • Norm

      If the election were held today Obama would win. Just saying.

    • Alex

      How is it that you call me an athiest?

      • MAP

        You are right , Alex. I take that part back. You do not believe the Bible is Inspired by God and is His Word. Therefore, you can pick out what parts you believe in, creating your own pseudo-religion and pseudo-god. This life is very, very short. When you step into eternity, it is then too late for regrets. You can attempt to usurp the powers of Christianity, but like life and all material things, it is only temporary, for this life is only inevitable death, which is forever. I can never understand how people can be so sure of something that they can have absolutely no knowledge of. In complete ignorance, they can arrogantly gamble with their own eternal future. I approach life with what Kierkegaard described as ‘fear and trembling’. He said it. I believe it. That settles it.

      • Flashy

        MAP…that is the view only if you subscribe to the christian cult and belief system. If you have a belief system and outlook based on any other religion such as Buddhism or Confucianism, such is way off.

        When you find someone who can make a local call and talk direct to the man…let me know. Until that time…such is only your belief and is very very biased and erroneous in assumptions.

      • MAP

        Flashy, I care nothing for your opinion. You believe in nothing but Leftist power and the worthless cretin defiling the WH. You are like the serpent in the Garden. Therefore, your Leftist nonsense falls on deaf ears.

  • Wyatt

    Ohomo wont be around long enough to revise anything . He will be served with his walking papers shortly . That is if he even gets on the ballot , and it is looking more and more that he won’t . If that happens anything he has signed gets flushed as they are illegal having been put in place by an invalid president .

    Sorry Barry , you will go back to Kenya not only a failure , but a joke !

  • MAP

    This law means that our healthcare, that is, our very lives – whether we live or die – will be under the control of those in Washington that prove on a daily basis their total incompetance and massive corruption. This is celebrated by the liberals, proving their absolute ignorance and complete removal from reality. It is yet another major step toward total tyranny.

  • Raggs

    “REVAMP” is a code word for oblama forgetting or leaving out one of his very special interest commie groupies.. You see he wants to “FIX” things in order to ensure billions of tax-dollars go to yet another communist party.

    • truesoy

      Raggs;

      Do you know that ‘conservatives’ and ‘communists’ have a lot in common.
      And they persecute liberals too.

      Sincerely,
      Truesoy

      • David in MA

        Truesoy, are you for real or just tweeking peoples noses?

        • truesoy

          David in MA;

          David, I’m for real and unless you are totally oblivious as most conservatives are, you would know that liberalism and communism don’t mix.
          The liberal is progressive that looks for changes to better society. Liberal expands the meaning of free speech and individual freedom (loath by communists and conservatives alike), liberals also believe in the study and advancement of the sciences (loath by conservatives if it questions religious dogma).
          Notice the similarities here between communists and conservatives.
          Dave, communism is a conservative system, it is not liberal; don’t forget it.
          Ps.- you enjoy the fruits of liberalism but fight for conservative causes. Go figure!

          Sincerely,
          Truesoy

  • Bert Cundle Sr.

    GOOD: REMOVE THE WORD… “REQUIRED”!

  • http://None Mike C

    “The federal folks should handle things like taxes and signing treaties… It is the States that should focus on issues like Marriage and healthcare.” Signed, The Constitution

  • aarin

    The saddest part is here we have multiple educated people acting like children on the playground. No one can see or work towards resolution because we have placed veils of our design on our heads. Be free thinking and stop finding the need to insult. Insults are just a show of lack of independent logical thought. Listen to your mothers.

  • Thinking About

    Required should mean everyone takes responsibility for their health care cost and not run to emergency rooms, hospitals and other health care facilities and expect those who takes responsibility in acquiring health insurance to absorb their cost. We had a mandate before AHC was passed, now to expect those who have used everybody else will have to handle their own. Another thing, we are all equal so what gives Congress members the right to vote for top of the line health insurance and exclude the rest.

    • Bert Cundle Sr.

      But… Require means: “LIKE IT OR NOT”!!!

    • Bert Cundle Sr.

      Yet..Requirement of EVERYONE…Means, Poor must Pay Insurance Companies theire required FEE, AFFORD IT OR NOT!

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