April 4, 2012

Oh my God, the Supreme Court just might take a decision Liberals don't like. THINGS MUST CHANGE!

Lefty MoFos sure sang a different tune back in the heady Roe v. Wade days didn't they? Can MS Dowd bother to look up hypocrisy in the dictionary? I suspect she would find her ugly mug as the pictorial example.

Do you really think Supreme Court decisions in the past were not divisive? Dred Scott, Brown v. The Topeka Board of Education, blah, blah, blah the divisive Court cases are numerous and one side always hates the outcome.  It is past time liberals grew the fuck up. Life is not fair, and as our Dear Leader pointed out -- elections have consequences. 

Take a deep breath and get over it already. This is the way the Government is designed. It is called checks and balances, people. No wonder the Teachers Unions and Democrats in general hate civics class.

Perhaps we should wait for a decision before we go into hysterics?


Dave said...

If you don't like the opinion of the Supreme Court, may I humbly suggest the correct response is to amend the

Ed Bonderenka said...

Why bother, when another court will twist your amendment?

Anonymous said...

Typical liberal panic session, always in a panic " WE ALL GONNA DIE,, THE LITTLE CHILDREN WILL SUFFER,RACIEST, or any other drivel but never a realistic solution.
James Old Guy

Erin O'Brien said...

If HCR is thrown out by the SCOTUS:

1. Romney loses his fave campaign line, "I'll appeal Obamacare on day one!" The ruling will also imperil his signature Gubernatorial legislation.

2 The immensely popular "public option" will rise from the ashes sooner rather than later, probably in the form of a Medicare expansion.

No, I didn't read your links. You want to know who's really having a hissy fit over the possible repeal? The health insurance industry.

Fuzzy Curmudgeon said...

Once again Erin gets it wrong. Shocker, that.

Woodman said...

Being a member of the health insurance industry I have to say that we are looking forward to the repeal.

I work for a small TPA (Self Funded Insurance), the smaller companies are looking for other solutions.

It's Blue Cross, Humana, CIGNA, Aetna, and the other giants that back laws that prevent fair competition and favor the bigger carriers.

There is no free market for either insurance or medical care right now. The big boys have it tied up tighter than the coffin manufacturing market in Louisiana.

Anonymous said...

2 The immensely popular "public option" will rise from the ashes sooner rather than later, probably in the form of a Medicare expansion.

Popular? and who would this immensely crowd happen to be? No smoke and mirrors please, facts would be nice.

James Old Guy

Erin O'Brien said...

A new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows that support for a government-run health-care plan to compete with private insurers has rebounded from its summertime lows and wins clear majority support from the public.

--WaPo, Oct. 10, 2009.

Woodman said...

And in October of 2009 exactly how many of the several hundred mentions of "To be determined by the Secretary of HHS" were still blank?

How many parts of it have interesting labels like "Final Interim Rule", how many thousands of waivers have been handed out to major unions and democrat backing industries to put off the dissolution of their health plans until it's too late to go back?

The HHS secretary BTW, has years of experience as a career politician, and a degree in law. She was the State insurance Commissioner in Kansas before becoming governor, apparently a family business.

No medical experience, no experience as someone who actually has to worry about insurance, and nothing other than political ideology to point her the way to go.

Seems to me that the Republicans don't need to overturn the law as much as they need to replace the head of HHS. And then the other side can do the same thing 4 years later, good luck figuring out your benefits then.

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