I have written thousands and thousands of words against Obamacare — maybe more than on any single subject I’ve discussed on this blog — and yet the most powerful argument against it is how many time Barack Obama has suspended certain provisions of the law so that citizens might be seduced into thinking it’s not so bad after all.
These suspensions of the law’s draconian edicts — such as the Employer Mandate, which he unilaterally delayed in order to avoid a massive revocation of policies by companies across the country — are unconstitutional but believed by Obama to be necessary to rob us from the truth.
And Liberal friends of mine fall for this every day (they tell the law “is working”).
But the truth is very much the opposite: the law is failing in nearly every way.
The latest installment of political tampering by Obama was alluded to in a story today in the New York Times.
WASHINGTON — Obama administration officials and other supporters of the Affordable Care Act say they worry that the tax-filing season will generate new anger as uninsured consumers learn that they must pay tax penalties and as many people struggle with complex forms needed to justify tax credits they received in 2014 to pay for health insurance.
The White House has already granted some exemptions and is considering more to avoid a political firestorm. <New York Times, link>
Obama knows that the law cannot stand on its own.
No, it would precipitate a “political firestorm” against it and it would be repealed by Congress, such would be the screaming among the electorate.
And so the unconstitutional changes go on and on.
If you support Obamacare, do you understand how many ways it has been subverted by its creator, Barack Obama?
Do you understand that it has not been allowed to do its full dirty work, and thus reveal its true destructive power against us all?
If you do not, then you must WAKE UP NOW and read about the delays and deferrals of its worst provisions.
You have no choice but to admit that it is a Ponzi scheme, the biggest in American history.