Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Obama’s ENTIRE legacy is circling the drain because of ARROGANT INCOMPETENCE-R’s any better?

Yesterday Obama’s FAILURE to make any painful compromises in his idea for immigration reform, thus compelling him to ILLEGAL executive action to do it HIS WAY, ran into the federal court limits via that faulty, ‘flawed’ document, the Constitution.

Sometime soon SCOTUS will rule on the MIND SHAKING incompetence and arrogance, and the SAME FAULTS as immigration, in Obamacare where the law SPECIFICALLY declares that insurance subsidies are available ONLY thru states which have set up their own exchanges.

This, according to Gruber the Great occurred because that wording was thought to BLACKMAIL states POLITICALLY into falling into line with Obama’s great idea. Any state which did not set up an exchange thus BOWING TO DC, would have an angry (and sick?) citizenry.

I’m sure we can easily use this as a yardstick for what has been going on around the world as we are affected by other nations and their doings. But that’s not the subject now.

The subject is are the Republicans ANY BETTER, any MORE COMPETENT than the Obama administration?

They GOT the Federal Court ruling they wanted, but WHAT IS THEIR IMMIGRATION PLAN?
HELLO? (Epaminondas hears echoes)

They are liable to WIN the SCOTUS case over Obamacare killing all subsidies in the majority of the USA, making insurance unaffordable for millions.


McConnell, Boehner, Ryan, McCarthy, Cornyn, Thune, Barasso, are you holding secret meeting to form your proposals for the day after the ruling?


Are you ready to compel us to a 3rd and 4th party?

Or are you competent to achieve real results on the ground?


Anonymous said...

Preparing for a Supreme Court decision that could strike down Obamacare’s subsidies for nearly 7.5 million people this summer, Senate Republicans are coalescing around a plan to resurrect them ...

With several Senate Republicans facing tough reelections, and control of the chamber up for grabs, 31 senators have signed on to a bill written by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) that would restore the subsidies for current Obamacare enrollees through September 2017. But the administration would have to pay a heavy price — the bill would also repeal Obamacare’s individual and employer mandates and insurance coverage requirements.

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Any questions?

Reelection at any cost.

Anonymous said...

BTW: The "heavy price" is in there to give the Republicans something they can negotiate away in order to appear that they are always willing to compromise. Just another big BOHICA from the GOP.

Epaminondas said...

That's a band aid. Not what they NEED, a complete replacement. A frickin artifice to avoid responsible governance