Everywhere I look, I am inundated with articles asking in one-way or another this question: If we cannot defund Obamacare, should we require Chief Justice John Roberts or Congress to comply with Obamacare? I do not even address that question; I reject the premise.
Just last night I was at a fundraiser for a Senatorial candidate in my state. When a Congressman’s wife stopped by my table, she was asked what her husband planned to do about Congress having been given “special funds” that are unavailable to We the People to help them afford Obamacare. Her answer was that her husband was quite opposed to these “special funds,” but there was no way he could actually refuse, and so their plan is to donate the “special funds” to charity because by doing so, they will be “paying for it just as (we) are.” I thought my hair would ignite right that minute. What an idiotic thing to say. That will mean that my government is misappropriating even more tax money from We the People and giving it as “special funds” to others so that it can be donated to charity. How will I be better off if her husband gives to charity and pays the high price that I am paying for health insurance? How will I be better off if Chief Justice John Roberts has to afford Obamacare? How in the world is anybody else’s life made better by the fact that another person’s life is made harder? That is simply wrong-headed thinking. Good grief!
The fact is that nothing man does is permanent. Nothing. Man is not omnipotent. What one man does, another man can undo.
Obamacare can be totally, 100% defunded; after that, it can be totally, 100% repealed. And it must be. We the People will keep the pressure on our Congressmen and Senators. It will not be easy, but it will be done.