Time to realize what you voted for. Liberal contract attorneys will be getting f*cked by Obamacare. Sounds like dessert time… just desserts, that is.

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JPTravis November 9, 2012 at 4:55 pm

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Bad link.

Bonfire of the Absurdities November 9, 2012 at 5:02 pm

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Bush’s fault.

CO2Insanity November 9, 2012 at 5:07 pm

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You have to love it when attorney’s get effed. Especially ones who voted for Obama.

Ruben November 9, 2012 at 6:05 pm

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This doesn’t make Obama a rapist, however. He had their permission. Their bodies said “No,” but their votes said, “Yes, oh, yes, Baby, c’mon, hit me!”

Not so silent November 9, 2012 at 6:08 pm

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From the comments section of the article, could not have said it better myself:

“So liberal lawyers are going to get screwed by Obamacare. Where’s the downside?”

poppajoe49 November 9, 2012 at 8:58 pm

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“So liberal lawyers are going to get screwed by Obamacare. Where’s the downside?”

The lawyers aren’t the only ones getting screwed.

hisham November 9, 2012 at 6:28 pm

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Well, it would be nicer if it were a circular firing squad and when they were all done shooting each other the ACLU and its allies would be lying dead on the sidewalk. But I’ll take libertard lawyers getting screwed by their Lord and Master, The One and his minions.

Tatersalad November 11, 2012 at 7:10 am

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President Barack Obama, 44th. President of the United States, his failures and ineptitude bring in question to his anticipated legacy.

1. More Americans on food stamps than any other President in American history at 47 million plus.

2. Failure of numerous companies where The President used tax payers dollars propping up “green energy” companies linked to his political party.

3. Operation Fast & Furious where the administration ran weapons to Mexico which resulted in the deaths of hundreds of Mexicans and death of American border agents, Brian Terry and Jaime Zapata.

4. Gun running to terrorists and eventual coverup at Benghazi, Libya where 4 Americans were executed with his knowledge and he did absolutely nothing to save their lives.

poppajoe49 November 11, 2012 at 12:16 pm

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It’s OK, he’s a Democrat.

jcrowley1985 November 11, 2012 at 7:27 am

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What I voted for? I already realize that, I voted for Ron Paul and libertarian freedoms.

Tatersalad November 11, 2012 at 7:49 am

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jcrowley1985……..you, in essence………voted for Barack Obama then!

Not so silent November 11, 2012 at 8:06 am

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We refer to him as Creepy Crawley…..he has a man crush on Ron Paul and that is the non perverted part of him.

whiskeyriver November 11, 2012 at 9:19 am

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I don’t put it all on fools like our own troll crowley, a large part of the problem was the estimated 38% of elegible voters who did not cast their ballot. Who know what the outcome would have been if the lame and lazy had gotten off their sorry butts and voted.

jcrowley1985 November 11, 2012 at 7:46 pm

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So are you saying that I’m more useful then 38% of the country?

poppajoe49 November 12, 2012 at 5:43 am

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No, more useless than 99.999999999999999999999999999999999% of the country

flashingscotsman November 14, 2012 at 9:13 am

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Whiskey, I’m pretty sure it was the lame and lazy that elected Dear Leader.

Tatersalad November 11, 2012 at 7:50 am

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Barack Obama………The liberals dream comes true, The nations worst nightmare!

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danybhoy November 14, 2012 at 4:46 am

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I almost want this to happen…

Let Go of the Rope? Give the Democrats Whatever They Want

November 9 2012 by David Leeper | View other posts by David Leeper. Here’s an interesting idea from a contributor to the Clashdaily.com website: Give Obama everything he wants!

Dear Republican Congress –

As a conservative Republican I am begging you to give President Obama and those that voted for him everything they want.

They want higher taxes on the rich and companies, give it to them.

They want higher capital gains taxes that will hurt their investments, give it to them.

They want a system that will make Medicare insolvent in 2024 and Social security insolvent soon after that, give it to them.

They want policies that will lead to constant double digit unemployment for minorities and young people, give it to them.

They want an educational system that entraps the poor in failing schools, give it to them.

They want higher energy prices, give it to them.

They want to spend trillions fighting global warming while China and India continue to tap oil and coal, give it to them.

They want $20 trillion plus in debt, give it to them.

They want the Obamacare penalties to kick in next year, give it to them.

They want a larger more powerful Washington DC, give it to them.

They want a more secular society that is more hostile towards religion, give it to them.

They want a more “fair” society run by bureaucrats, give it to them.

They want socialist cronyism, give it to them.

They want to go down the road of Europe, give it to them.

Give it to them and let’s find out once and for all who is right. If we are right, they will have no one to blame but themselves and maybe we will finally get true change in this country and maybe we will finally get true change in the Republican party and have a real choice in the years to come.

If we are wrong, then so be it. I will gladly repent from my evil conservative ways and become a socialist, I mean Democrat.

Sincerely yours,

Irwin Podhajser

So, suspending disbelief for a moment, how might something like this be implemented?

As each major issue comes up for debate in Congress, Republicans should offer, publicly, a good-faith proposal of their own with the understanding that they’ll simply accept whatever counter-proposal the Democrats make.

It sounds absurd at first, but the Democrats will fully own the results of their policy choices.

Of course Republicans must point out the flaws of the Democrat proposals, quite publicly, but they’ll vote for the Democrat proposal anyway, citing the need for bipartisanship, cooperation, and compromise. By “compromise” the Democrats have usually meant capitulation, so let’s give them what they want, and let’s all see how we all do.

The Republican explanation to the electorate for this seemingly bizarre approach can be: “Elections have consequences, and the electorate has spoken. You asked for it, you got it. This is the Obama/Democrat economy.”

The only people in good standing to object to such behavior are those who actually voted for Romney, and that’s only about 1 out of 6 voters. The other 5 out of 6 are either Obama voters or people who didn’t care enough to vote at all. Frankly, they deserve whatever the Democrats deliver. No sympathy for them.

To be sure, Democrat solutions on the economy could well push us into a full-scale recession or even a depression. But would it be better to suffer through that life lesson now or later when Obama has added still more trillions in debt and a still-larger dependency class with an even-weaker work ethic and still-further-atrophied work skills?

By analogy, if we were to know that we’re going to catch malaria sometime soon, wouldn’t it be better to deal with it now while we’re a bit healthier and have a better chance of survival and an earlier turnaround?

After this last election, as Ann Coulter has conjectured, we may well have passed the “tipping point” where takers outnumber makers at the ballot box. There may simply be no other way to demonstrate clearly to the electorate that Keynesian / Krugman / Obama economics don”t work and in fact hurt primarily the people they are supposed to help. And it might finally shock the 2/3 of voters who didn’t bother to show up at the polls that they really ought to in 2014, 2016, and ever thereafter(!).

Furthermore –

If John Boehner were to adopt this strategy, we might actually see some saner proposals from Democrats. Knowing that they’ll truly own the results, Democrats may actually consider some Conservative economic approaches. They might listen to a Thomas Sowell as well as a Paul Krugman. And wouldn’t it be fun to see them struggle without their standard Harry-Reid blame-and-complain approach to governance and economic policy?

So …

Instead of playing this endless game of tug-of-war with the Left, should we just let go of the rope for a while and see what happens? Or is that just surrender/suicide for America?

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Postscript: After writing this article on November 7, I see that Chris Graham on Godfather Politics has written a similar piece, published November 8. Maybe this idea isn’t so crazy after all?

On a more serious note, there is a critical dialog now in the Conservative media on the approach that the GOP has taken regarding attracting minorities to the Conservative cause. It’s beginning to bear some fruit … more on that in future posts …

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flashingscotsman November 14, 2012 at 9:34 am

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Maybe, after seeing the results of the Democratic actions, and the lack of a Republican resistance, the people would be disgusted with both, and vote for somebody else. How refreshing.

poppajoe49 November 16, 2012 at 5:13 am

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Or, even easier for them, they’ll blame Bush.