Statement from the Candidate

In 2010 I ran an unsuccessful campaign for the United States Congress, but I'm still posting blogs that I believe express an opinion that most other people miss, and that I also believe can make America great again and cast off the yoke of liberal/progressive control that is currently in place.

Friday, November 8, 2013

We’re Not Interested In Playing “Gotcha” With Obama.

It seems that many in the media, along with our own idiot Republican politicians, are pleased that Obama has been exposed as the liar he is and now believe it’s time to get the Obamacare web site on-line, patch some of the most obvious and objectionable provisions of the Affordable Care Act and get on with life in increasingly liberal and socialist America.  But the American people are fed up with fools like Barack Insane Obama and his hourly lies, and we want Obamacare and Obama defeated and removed from the American scene.  We want our freedom to choose our healthcare provider returned to us without any involvement from the federal or state governments.  Everything Obama has done, from the takeover of GM, to getting embassy employees killed in Libya, to not enforcing immigration laws, to multiple trillions of dollars of debt, to the current takeover of all healthcare, has resulted in more concentration of power in the federal government and the erosion of constitutionally preserved liberties for American citizens.

Our fool House and Senate politicians have served us poorly, and now they can redeem themselves by getting our lying president impeached and by repealing his Affordable Care Act.  Nothing short of these things will satisfy us any longer.  We’re damned mad at Washington, and we don’t intend to take it any longer.  When a major bill like the Affordable Care Act doesn’t even consider fixing the rising cost of healthcare by addressing tort reform, getting rid of fraud, increased use of medical savings accounts and allowing competition by insurance companies across state lines (any of which would immediately lower the cost of healthcare) then the bill is an embarrassment and must be repealed.