Posted by: James Atticus Bowden | March 29, 2010

Repeal and Replace Rubbish

As far as I am from our shores and as much as I’ve enjoyed the break from our political cacaphony, it’s time to make some comments.  I’ll be coming home on 10  April, so it’s time to start to re-engage as I do.

I understand the elected Republican leadership in Congress thinks they have a winning slogan for the 2010 elections – Repeal and Replace.  Obamacare, of course.

Except Repeal and Replace means replace with Republican rubbish.  With Republican abuse of the Consitution.  With Republican band aids on the cancer of Federal socialism. 

The idea of Repeal and Replace is intellectual rubbish.  It is political rubbish.  It is economic, moral, and inter-generational debt burdening rubbish.

Such rot in what passes for thinking is more evidence that incumbents of both parties need to be replaced in 2010, 2012, 2014 until Americans restore the Constitution.

Repeal and Restore.   Repeal Obamacare and Restore the Constitution.

Work out the transition and grandfathering of benefits being recieved and send healthcare back to the States.  Restore the Constitution.

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Responses

  1. We must eliminate Obamacare, not simply make it more streamlined and less expensive. Any politician who supports repeal and replace is not a true conservative, is not a friend of either liberty or the constitution and therefore, like Obamacare, must be expelled from the government.

  2. Amen. Amen, indeed. Thanks.

  3. Agreed.

    Repeal Obamacare. Replace Establishment Democrats and Republicans.

  4. CT: Roger. Gotta have candidates.


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