And Now to Something that Would Actually WORK

While the rest of the rightosphere is pity-masturbating themselves into a frenzy over a Romney repeal that is just not ever going to happen, here’s an actually practicable way of jamming a wooden spike into the rotten heart of OgabeSocialistCare. From Jim DeMint (read the whole thing, but we’ll just take out a bit):

“I urge every governor to stop implementing the health care exchanges that would help implement the harmful effects of this misguided law. Americans have loudly rejected this federal takeover of health care, and governors should join with the people and reject its implementation.”

Yep. That would exterminate it for good. It would simply collapse under its own faults, and it would do so pretty much immediately. Most Governors wouldn’t need fear retaliation from their voters since the vast majority of the people are in favor of repeal, and those states too beholden to Democrat National Socialism to do it can then watch as a mass migration of businesses to states that WILL occurs. They’ve dug their own graves, let them rot in them.

So what’s it going to be, Governors?

Thatisall.

22 comments

  1. 1
    Bitter Clinger growls and barks:

    What was that Flush the John Roberts said about states rights? :em03:

    I think this would be a perfect fit.

  2. 2
    LC TerribleTroy growls and barks:

    Jindal just said that, that is exactly what he is going to do. Hey if its ok for cities to decide they aren’t going to comply with federal immigration law, then its ok for a Govenor to disregard this one. Right?

    Doesn’t really matter much in the long run. These fucknuggets are not going to stop fucking around until we kill them. The election will be contested after the fact, and then they will go on a rampage fucking us around during the “lame duck” session.

    Conflict is inevitable, and our kids will have a ringside seat to a really ugly scene.

  3. 3
    MarineVet1995 growls and barks:

    http://www.ijreview.com/2012/06/9398-why-chief-justice-roberts-made-the-right-long-term-decision-with-obamacare/
    The above link makes some interesting points along this topic. I’m thinking this might just work out in our, (i.e. racist bitter clinging BUSH etc.)

  4. 4
    Secondmouse growls and barks:

    it is way past time for states to re-assert their rights as sovereign entities in the republic. Part of the disease in this nation has been the rapid growth of federal grant funding to state governments, now (I believe) hovering around a third of the average state’s budget. This is how the federal government has extinguished states rights – they have bought them out. Time for that to change.

  5. 5

    Did Roberts do the “sacrificial lamb” thing to raise the ire of the people? Sacrifice himself for the politics?

  6. 6
    LC Light29ID growls and barks:

    I’ll take this with a jaundice eye but if this was Roberts thought process then well “ROBERTS YOU MAGNIFICENT BASTARD.”

    Again, read with skepticism

    Chief Justice Roberts Is A Genius
    Posted on June 28, 2012 by I.M. Citizen

    Before you look to do harm to Chief Justice Roberts or his family, it’s important that you think carefully about the meaning – the true nature — of his ruling on Obama-care. The Left will shout that they won, that Obama-care was upheld and all the rest. Let them.

    It will be a short-lived celebration.

    Here’s what really occurred — payback. Yes, payback for Obama’s numerous, ill-advised and childish insults directed toward SCOTUS.

    Chief Justice Roberts actually ruled the mandate, relative to the commerce clause, was unconstitutional. That’s how the Democrats got Obama-care going in the first place. This is critical. His ruling means Congress can’t compel American citizens to purchase anything. Ever. The notion is now officially and forever, unconstitutional. As it should be.

    Next, he stated that, because Congress doesn’t have the ability to mandate, it must, to fund Obama-care, rely on its power to tax. Therefore, the mechanism that funds Obama-care is a tax. This is also critical. Recall back during the initial Obama-care battles, the Democrats called it a penalty, Republicans called it a tax. Democrats consistently soft sold it as a penalty. It went to vote as a penalty. Obama declared endlessly, that it was not a tax, it was a penalty. But when the Democrats argued in front of the Supreme Court, they said ‘hey, a penalty or a tax, either way’. So, Roberts gave them a tax. It is now the official law of the land — beyond word-play and silly shenanigans. Obama-care is funded by tax dollars. Democrats now must defend a tax increase to justify the Obama-care law.

    Finally, he struck down as unconstitutional, the Obama-care idea that the federal government can bully states into complying by yanking their existing medicaid funding. Liberals, through Obama-care, basically said to the states — ‘comply with Obama-care or we will stop existing funding.’ Roberts ruled that is a no-no. If a state takes the money, fine, the Feds can tell the state how to run a program, but if the state refuses money, the federal government can’t penalize the state by yanking other funding. Therefore, a state can decline to participate in Obama-care without penalty. This is obviously a serious problem. Are we going to have 10, 12, 25 states not participating in “national” health-care? Suddenly, it’s not national, is it?

    Ultimately, Roberts supported states rights by limiting the federal government’s coercive abilities. He ruled that the government can not force the people to purchase products or services under the commerce clause and he forced liberals to have to come clean and admit that Obama-care is funded by tax increases.

    Although he didn’t guarantee Romney a win, he certainly did more than his part and should be applauded.

    And he did this without creating a civil war or having bricks thrown through his windshield. Oh, and he’ll be home in time for dinner.

    Brilliant.

  7. 7
    LC Light29ID growls and barks:

    MarineVet1995 @ #:

    Shit Jarhead, we hit the objective from different axis of attack. My bad, apologies.

  8. 8

    MarineVet1995 says:

    The above link makes some interesting points along this topic. I’m thinking this might just work out in our, (i.e. racist bitter clinging BUSH etc.)

    I was thinking that maybe there was a more subtle strategy being played here…..pretty clever

  9. 9
    LC Ogrrre growls and barks:

    Constitutional Convention, anyone? :em08:

  10. 10
    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    So what’s it going to be, Governors?

    The Arc de Captiulation is already being erected in every State House from sea to over-regulated sea.

  11. 11
    single stack growls and barks:

    LC Ogrrre @ #:

    Hell no!
    The Supreme Court has already ruled that a Con-con cannot be limited. Even if there was an attempt to limit it, all it would take to put our Constitution on the ash heap of history is for a delegate to propose scrapping it and starting over with a blank slate and a simple majority to vote for it.
    Looking at the state of politics in this country now, how do you think it would turn out?

  12. 12
    LC Ogrrre growls and barks:

    Single, after Ogabe and the Democrats, our Constitution is on the ash heap of history. It was a good run while it lasted, but when the Commucrats started voting bread and circuses to the dear peepul, the handwriting was on the wall. What with all the penumbras, umbras, and emanations that no Justices ever saw before now being found in the Constitution, and the willingness of certain Supreme Court Justices to place Zimbabwe’s Constitution ahead of ours in their deliberations, our Constitution doesn’t mean a damn thing anymore.
    It wouldn’t surprise me in the least if Il Douche and his choom buddy czars use the Constitution to roll their next joint or wipe their asses after their next bowel movement.
    Maybe if the Republicans can capture both houses of Congress and the Presidency, they can pass a bill that exacts a huge fine for being a Democrat. If they call it a tax, it’ll pass muster in the SCOTUS.

  13. 13
    LC Grammar Czar, G.L.O.R. growls and barks:

    Not for the first time I am glad to be living in a red state. Almost immediately after the SCOTUS decision had come down, Governor Dave (as we like to call him) was already stating that we would be opting out of the exchanges. I hope he sticks to his guns. Ben Nelson sold us out, and now he’s having to retire. He saw the writing on the walls. Bob Kerrey wants to be reinstated as US senator, but he’s a supporter of Obamatax, so that’s not happening.

    I have been reading all morning (while waiting for my Slanker’s grass-fed beef delivery), and I’m still uneasy. Why couldn’t Roberts have said: 1. The commerce clause can’t be used to compel people to buy something, 2. Medicaid can’t be used as a bludgeon, and 3. btw…the whole thing is unconstitutional. Start over. Am I missing something?

    A bit later, I’m going to wander over to the Imperial Consigliere’s site and see what he has to say on the matter.

  14. 14

    I’m going to link the thought I posted first thing this morning, but I still think this was a risky sacrifice on Roberts part.

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    Igor, Imperial Booby growls and barks:

    Unfortunately, the Peepuls Repiblik of Washington is damning the iceberg, full steam ahead. About what you’d expect from a very liberal State. Dunno about Oregano and Californicators, but they probably are throwing more coal into the boilers as well.

    Texas sure is looking better and better! :em01:

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    bruce growls and barks:

    i live in rhode island where our governor lincoln chaffe aka the missing link is already putting on his knee pads for bongo.this moroon was elected with 36% of the vote,thanks to the (commie)family workers party which took just enough votes away from the republican to put in a cirtified retard in office.as soon as my wife retires we are moving to central maine and lower taxes plus they don’t tax retirement benefits.rhode island has the worst economy in the country with high taxes,high unemployment,big deficit that we can’t pay back.our educated young people flee r.i. asap so do retired.want to see where bongo will take america just look at r.i. :em08:

  17. 17

    We could end the health care crisis in a very short time by simply announcing that American perks will be reserved exclusively for American citizens.

  18. 18
    MarineVet1995 growls and barks:

    LC Light29ID @ #:
    Doesn’t matter as long the round got downrange, be it a (lot of) 7.62 or a single .50.

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    VonZorch Imperial Researcher growls and barks:

    Igor, Imperial Booby says:

    Unfortunately, the Peepuls Repiblik of Washington is damning the iceberg, full steam ahead. About what you’d expect from a very liberal State. Dunno about Oregano and Californicators, but they probably are throwing more coal into the boilers as well.
    Texas sure is looking better and better!

    The Peoples Democratic Soviet Socialist Republic of Oregon is breaking up the furniture to stoke the boilers and gagging the safeties. Comrade Commissar John Shitsack publicly spooged in his pants when the decision was announced.

  20. 20
    sablegsd growls and barks:

    LC TerribleTroy @ #:

    Death to the fucknuggets!!

  21. 21
    sablegsd growls and barks:

    LC Grammar Czar, G.L.O.R. @ #:

    I hope he fucking does too. Hey fellow cornhusker! EVERYBODY I talked too in the store, the po, the pharmacy, the gas station is LIVID. And they blame the indoctrination system. People need to wake up and stop paying thru the nose for the privilege of having their children twisted against the values they were raised with.

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    LC Grammar Czar, G.L.O.R. growls and barks:

    Sable@21

    Whereabouts in the state are you? It’s nice to know that the state has produced at least another rottie. I thought I was the only one. If you’re close by, we could meet for coffee and get acquainted.