Edward Daley
Obamacare: the Supreme Court has just handed Romney the presidency, but is he smart enough to take it?
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By Edward Daley
June 29, 2012

Thursday's USSC decision upholding ObamaCare's individual mandate as constitutional has served one positive purpose, which is to practically guarantee Barack Obama's defeat in November.

How so? It's fairly simple, really. You see, Mitt Romney can now run on two major campaign issues, the terrible economy and Obama's hideous health care law. Frankly, either of these poisoned pills alone would probably be enough to sink Obama's re-election campaign, but taken together they're as toxic as the Fukushima nuclear plant.

But Ed, (you ask with your head cocked slightly to one side) how can the guy who brought RomneyCare to Massachusetts reasonably argue that ObamaCare is a bad idea and should be repealed?

Here's How:
    1. RomneyCare is actually legal, even though it's an anti-free market "solution" to the problem it was designed to solve, and will inevitably destroy the health care system of the Bay State.

    ObamaCare is blatantly unconstitutional, despite the recent USSC ruling to the contrary, and anyone with half a brain knows it.

    By the way, SHAME ON YOU CHIEF JUSTICE ROBERTS for siding with the radical leftists of the court in this case. You are all MALIGNANT TUMORS on the neck of our great nation. —

    2. RomneyCare — while it is nearly as awful as ObamaCare — was a popular idea among the mostly leftist citizenry of Massachusetts when it was proposed. Suffice it to say that those idiots got exactly what they asked for.

    ObamaCare has never been popular among anyone outside of Washington DC, Hollywood and most mainstream media news organizations.

    3. RomneyCare doesn't inflict its stupidity upon the people of any other state.

    ObamaCare is a plague on all Americans, and if left unchecked, will lead to the otherwise completely avoidable deaths of countless U.S. citizens.
Simply put, if there is any single issue that can unite right-leaning Americans against the tyranny of the left, this is the one. Traditional conservatives, libertarians and most independents DETEST the very notion of socialized medicine, and the aforementioned Supreme Court decision will unleash a firestorm of revolt among them come election day. After all, it was the ObamaCare debate that fired up average Americans in 2010 and led to the Tea Party-fueled electoral tsunami that swept Republicans back into power in the U.S. House, as well as in state legislatures and governors' mansions across the country.

Also keep in mind that all this happened back when the GOP still had a shot at getting Obama's health care monstrosity overruled by our nation's highest court. Since that option is no longer on the table, we the people have no alternative but to rid our federal government of every parasitic leftist we possibly can, even if that means replacing some of them with — shall we say — less than hard-right Republicans. To do otherwise is to commit national suicide, and even some Ron Paul supporters are now beginning to recognize that fact.

Mitt — if I may be so bold as to address you by your nickname — all you have to do to win the White House at this point is refrain from saying anything truly stupid or offensive to conservatives, stick to the topics of the economy and ObamaCare, and try to pick a running mate who isn't as big a RINO as you are. Might I suggest Marco Rubio... or Allen West?

As for you, Barack, your political death warrant has just been signed, sealed and delivered by five smarmy, activist lawyers in black robes, and the genuinely comical thing is that you're too dumb to realize it. While I'm sure the Jurassic press will join you in declaring victory today, I'm equally as certain that the real victors in all this will be the people of this country once they throw your sorry butt out of office and begin the process of retaking their liberties from a degenerate and dictatorial federal government.

So go ahead and gloat over your perceived triumph, Mr. President. Pop the champagne corks and revel in your success. While you're busy patting yourself on the back, freedom-loving Americans like myself will be actively engaged in undermining every Marxist scheme you devise.

See you in November, jackass.

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Edward Daley was born to American parents on a U.S. military base in Stephenville, Newfoundland, Canada, and moved to the United States as an infant... (more)

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