Repeal This Bill!

Michele BachmannRep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) has introduced a bill to repeal Obamacare. As she said in her press release:

“It’s no secret, President Obama and Democrat leaders have ignored the will of the people and have chosen to ram through their trillion-dollar health care bill despite the American people’s overwhelming objection to it.

It’s future generations, our children and grandchildren who will pay the price for our government’s arrogance and recklessness, and the American people won’t ever forget the irresponsible actions of this Administration and Democratic Majority. After all, government answers to the people, not the other way around. I’m asking my colleagues to join me in repealing this monstrosity of a bill.”

Now the plan is to get both the House and Senate to pass the repeal, and then override President Obama’s inevitable veto of the repeal. This override would take a two-thirds majority vote in both houses, but that seems doable. And if that’s not immediately feasible, then we can wait until after the American people vote the democrats out in November, or until after President Obama is impeached for something.

The important thing is to get rid of this monstrosity of a bill before the public gets too used to it, because once that happens it’s a lot harder to get repeal it. People get used to things like Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and health insurance, and once they grow acclimated to programs like this it’s hard to wean them. They begin to like the programs so much that they forget about their overwhelming objection to them, and we can’t have that.

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