(video) #ObamaCare and the Roberts ruling: a needed pep-talk

Posted by: Phineas on July 2, 2012 at 1:18 pm

**Posted by Phineas

Discouraging, wasn’t it? Last week, when the Supreme Court’s exercise in pretzel logic ruling in Sebelius came out and shocked everyone (pro or anti-ObamaCare), my blog-buddy ST took to calling me an optimist, because I was telling anyone who would listen that the fight wasn’t over, that we could still win, that the fight had only just started.

And yet it’s hard not to be discouraged in the face of a Congress that rams a horrible bill down our throats via anti-constitutional means, and then has it saved by a Justice –supposedly one of ours– who rewrites the statute in order to save it, effectively telling the rest of us that our opinions on what is constitutional — what is plainly right– don’t matter.

So, late at night, empty martini glass in hand, even I felt the pangs of despair.

Enter Coach Whittle, who isn’t having any of it:

Let’s turn 2012 into such a landslide, the Democrats look back on the Great Shellacking of 2010 as a golden age.

Game on.

(Crossposted at Public Secrets)

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4 Responses to “(video) #ObamaCare and the Roberts ruling: a needed pep-talk”

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  1. Drew the Infidel says:

    It ain’t over till it’s over. This should be a lesson for all of us; the amount of time you allow commiecrats, lechers, and two-bit political hacks to hang around is just time enough for things to start going wrong.

  2. foxmuldar says:

    I couldn’t agree more. Time to hammer Obama and the democrats with everything we got. Time to take it to them right up to the election. Its balls to the walls from today on.

  3. EBL says:

    Whittle is our Blutarsky.

  4. Carlos says:

    From a Reuters article: “In fact, a study just published by the University of Chicago’s David suggests the financial part of that burden may amount to billions of dollars in healthcare spending and lost productivity.”

    Under ObamaRobertsCare, would the death panels decide those contracting MrsA weren’t worth the expense of saving? Unless, of course, the one contracting MRSA happened to be some Democrap bigwhig.

    It’s gonna be seven more years before the LSM stops making fun of those who understand the death panels and starts asking questions a la “Soylent Green”.