No more excuses. I don’t care if you don’t “do” politics. I don’t care if you don’t want to get involved. I don’t care if you don’t think your efforts won’t matter.
They will matter. And the reality is that if Obamacare stands, we’re all going to suffer. Each and every one of us.
I know you get warm fuzzies about the government taking care of those who don’t have health care. There’s no doubt that’s a real concern. But keep in mind that everything the government gives away they have to take from someone else.
You and I are “someone else.”
And take they will.
Think the taxes won’t affect you? Check out the video at Marfdrat: Great News: 75% of Obamacare Costs will be Paid by Those Earning Less than $120K
So get off your butt and do something. Don’t know what to do? Read on.
At Bearing Drift, Shaun Kenney gives: 7 Things You Can Do About Obamacare Right Now
So we have a choice. Either do what is easy… or do the hard work conservatives used to be known for doing in an election. That means phone calls, door-to-door operations, stuffing mail, talking to friends and neighbors about the dignity of a free life and the indignity of a government handout, the freedoms we have lost through the HHS Mandate, the threats to religious freedom and the rights of human conscience, and above all else — the essence of what it means to be American. Read more.
Keith Hennessey: A Strategy to Undo ObamaCare
The Wall Street Journal
The president and his allies argue that ObamaCare reduced the deficit, and that repealing it would mean a deficit increase. That claim was always laughable. In any event, the Congressional Budget Office is now re-estimating the effect of repeal on spending, taxes and deficits in anticipation of an upcoming House vote, scheduled for next week. Repeal may look fiscally more attractive in coming days than it did two years ago. If the new CBO estimate concludes that repeal would increase the deficit, then those favoring repeal will just have to make more spending cuts. Given the size and rate of growth of government spending, it’s not that hard to do.
The Heritage Foundation: Morning Bell: Too Many Broken Promises in Obamacare
The mandate is in fact a tax, and it’s just one of many new taxes that hit the middle class in Obamacare. Lo and behold, another broken promise.
Read more, and check out the chart: