mariaporter wrote:If it's so GREAT, why the delays?
If it's so great why do they keep delaying it?
But then if someone points out the reasons they're actually giving for the delay, then just ask:
mariaporter wrote:Foggy, do you really think I believe anything the government says?
Or, to give the short version, "NANA NANA BOO BOO, I CAN'T HEAR YOU!!"
Hey, only 8 million private sector jobs have been created since ObamaCare was enacted, according to the CBO. I call that a spectacular failure.
True, that's been offset somewhat because the Rethugs have cut a lot of public sector jobs. I blame Obama. If he wasn't a Dem dick tater, the Rethugs wouldn't have to try to damage the American economy, would they?
But yes, if any aspect of the law might really cause some economic disruption, that's the part that should be enforced first, so the small business owners really suffer.
That's the new way to try to sabotage ObamaCare, now that repealing it entirely turned out to be a nonstarter. Enforce it in a way that we hope will really make small businesses suffer!
And let's make them suffer NOW, instead of waiting until right before the 2016 election. That's the spirit!
Let's defeat it in Congress and prevent it from being passed. OK, that didn't work. Let's sue and get the Supreme Court to say it's unconstitutional. OK, that didn't work. Let's vote to repeal it 41 times, and try to obstruct it from being implemented, even if we cause a government shutdown that costs tens of billions of dollars in damage to the economy. OK, that didn't work. Let's enforce every provision in it right now today this very minute, and hope it really hurts small business owners, so that the Rethugs don't lose the House in November and so that we get a Rethug president in '16. OK, that isn't working either.
Oh, wait, I got an idea. Why don't we simply accept that ObamaCare IS THE LAW IN THIS GREAT NATION, and try to improve it so it works even better than it is now?
[tab=30] ANYTHING BUT THAT!!