Friday, June 29, 2012

The SCOTUS Decision and You

There are so many more knowledgeable people writing on the SCOTUS decision than I,  that I hesitate to write on the subject.

However, I feel that I must say a few things about it regardless.

I actually think that this will help the Conservative cause.

There is not one person in my opinion, who did not vote for Obama in 2008, that can look at his presidency and then say "He's done a great job. I was wrong. I will vote for him."

However, we all know at least one person who voted for him who has said that they will not vote for him again. This clearly works to our advantage.

Now that SCOTUS has ruled that the government can tax us on anything it wants to, what will be next? Mandatory life insurance? Will they begin taxing Christians?

What? Don't be silly Traddy!

They are already doing it with the HHS mandate.

Don't forget, SCOTUS did not rule on the constitutionality of the government forcing non-profits like Catholic institutions into paying for abortions, birth control or whatever else they decide to classify as "women's health".

Unfortunately, it now seems that the only way out of this is to trust the republicans to do what they say they will do. And that is to abolish Obamacare.

Who do you trust?

Do you trust the progressive left to give us more of the same if Obama gets 4 more years?

Do you trust the progressive right to target and abolish Obamacare?

Who's left?

All I know is that a vote for anyone other than Romney is a vote for Obama. Be guided by that thought.

And be sure to thank your Catholic Bishop for sounding loudly in favor of Obamacare in the first place, which gave us the HHS mandate.

As you sow, so shall you reap. 

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