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Posts Tagged ‘Affordable Care Act’

ObamaCare – Exposing the Myth behind the All-Caring Federal Bureaucracy

Posted by Scott Rohter on Monday, October 28, 2013

Any nation that depends primarily upon the participation of only a handful of people to make all the important decisions for the rest of the country is bound to encounter serious problems along the way. The question is whether or not these problems have become so serious that they will destroy such a great nation as ours…

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What to Expect Under ObamaCare

Posted by editor on Wednesday, October 9, 2013

What to Expect Under ObamaCare. I Have a Plumber Coming in the Morning was written by Jake Danishevsky and edited by Scott Rohter There is a great Russian joke. Actually it is more of a Soviet joke, and it was one of President Ronald Reagan’s favorite jokes. It goes something like this: “A guy walks into a Moxcow car dealership to buy a new car. After submitting to various kinds of background checks…

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Governing from One Democrat Provoked Crisis to the Next

Posted by Scott Rohter on Monday, September 30, 2013

The Chaplain of the U.S. Senate Barry Black prayed in Congress, “Oh Lord, deliver us from government by crises.” As the Democrats and Republicans in Congress joust with each other again over balancing the Federal Budget and defunding the Affordable Care Act, it is clear that we live in two different Americas. It isn’t the proverbial America of the rich and the poor that I am referring to, or a country of the haves and the have nots. No… I am specifically talking about a country where almost half of the voters still believe in limited government and cherish all of our personal freedoms. We think that the Federal government should restrain itself by strictly adhering to and following the Constitution, while the other half of the electorate …

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