Killing Obamacare Before It Kills Us – Part 1: The Political Battlefield

By: AJ
Hat Tip: MJ

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There are two battlefields in the war against Obamacare. There is the political battlefield which gave us Obamacare and there is a second battlefield where Obamacare can be made moot on a state-by-state basis.

The political battlefield requires us to organize and educate the voting public so that in November, we can ‘repeal’ the corrupto-crats who support Obamacare and replace them with politicians who will vote to eliminate it in its entirety.

At the same time, the state battlefield must explore viable solutions to kill Obamacare by making it moot – by showing why it is legally not applicable.

This article will discuss the war waged on the political battlefield and part two will cover the state battlefield.

POLITICAL BATTLEFIELD

The lamestream media propaganda machine is in full force and they want people to believe that support for Obamacare is rising. Check out Yahoo!’s home-page headline three days after the Supreme Court decision, “Ruling Boosts Support for Obamacare.” When you click on the link, the Reuters’ title is: “Ruling ups support for Obama healthcare, still unpopular.”

The truth is, a recent Washington Post and ABC News poll finds that only 26% support Obamacare and 67% are opposed to either the entire law or the individual mandate (now called a tax by Chief Coward Roberts).

People are organizing and we must articulate the facts, establish the narrative and spread the truth. FreedomWorks, the Tea Party, 912 groups and others are leading this effort. Educating everyone – especially our youth and our elderly – is crucial and we only have four months in which to do it.

For example, do our elderly know that in 2014, Obamacare cuts $1.05 Trillion from Medicare over the first 10 years and $4.95 Trillion over the first 20 years? (i.e. Obamacare destroys Medicare) Do they know that Obamacare is like the government-run healthcare system in Britain that euthanizes 130,000 elderly people every year? (i.e. Obamacare leads to euthanasia) These are important, compelling and simple facts that our elderly need to know.

Another example… do all Americans know that Medicaid already covers the poor and disabled? Obamacare does not help the poor, but it taxes people who make $9,500 and above. Politicians use “the poor” as pawns to push their agenda; they count on the ignorance of uninformed Americans.

Perhaps our youth can best understand the funding source of Obamacare by its similarity to the mechanism used for Social Security. Stated simply, young people are forced to pay into another government system that they’re not using. It will undoubtedly be bankrupt by the time they need it themselves. Look at Social Security; it will be completely bankrupt in 25 years according to the CBO.

A September 2011 poll found that 71% of the people believe Social Security has major problems (49%), or is in a state of crisis (22%). And when 18 to 35 year-olds were asked if it is accurate to describe the Social Security system as a “monstrous lie” and a “failure,” 42% agreed – the highest percentage of all age groups.

The narrative for our youth may be quite simple… Obamacare is like Social Security; it forces you to pay into a government system that will surely be bankrupt by the time you really need it. It is imperative that Americans know that before Obamacare, people had the right to choose whether or not they wanted to spend their money on healthcare; now everyone is forced by the government to spend their money on it.

Young people keep hearing “free healthcare for all” from the lamestream media and they have been dumbed-down enough not to realize they will be forced to pay for this the rest of their lives if Obamacare stands. And the amount they will be forced to pay far exceeds any expense they may incur for contraceptives.

So we can start spreading the truth right now – today – to inform people and motivate them to register (i.e. activate) and vote against the corrupto-crats who support Obamacare. We know the legislation contains many tyrannical provisions, such as eliminating our 4th Amendment right to privacy, but providing simple phrases that people can relate to is what may open their minds to help them understand the imminent impact of Obamacare on their lives.

The goal on the political battlefield is to have enough elected officials (in Congress and the Presidency) to repeal Obamacare via reconciliation. Recall that reconciliation was the method Democrats used to pass Obamacare – before we booted them out of Congress in 2010 for having foisted this job-killing, liberty-ending, economy-collapsing, healthcare-destroying monstrosity onto the American people. But, as Terresa Monroe-Hamilton correctly points out in her article, “Obama Lies, Taxes Rise”…

“I know the Republicans have sworn to repeal Obamacare, but until conservatives control the Senate and House and have taken back the White House, I don’t see it happening. Even then I have grave doubts because I keep hearing “repeal and replace.” What the hell? Just repeal the damn thing and forget replacing it.”…

“Roberts screwed the pooch on this one, now we have to roll up our sleeves and realize that no branch of our government supports us.”

This is why we must also fight this war on the state battlefield. We must kill Obamacare before it kills us and the war waged on the state battlefield could very well prevent Progressive politicians on both sides of the aisle from ever attempting to take over our healthcare again.

Stay tuned for part two…



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  3. With all due respect TMH, while I agree that patriots need to be prepared for “battle” against Obamacare, I think that patriots also need to be sure that they haven’t overlooked the following disturbing information concerning Justice Robert’s swing vote in Obamacare decision, defining the mandate as a tax.

    More specifically, regardless that Roberts referenced the Gibbons v. Ogden case in the Obamacare opinion, he seemingly ignored two key statements in the Gibbons opinion which clearly indicate, imo, that Congress has no constitutional authority to make legislation of any kind regulating public healthcare.
     
    In fact, note that the first statement below clarifies, in a single sentence, that not only is public healthcare a state power issue, sovereign state powers to address public healthcare issues protected by the 10th Amendment, but also that Congress has no constitutional authority to regulate intrastate commerce; FDR’s activist justices got the Commerce Clause wrong in Wickard v. Filburn.
     
    “State inspection laws, health laws, and laws for regulating the internal commerce of a State, and those which respect turnpike roads, ferries, &c. are not within the power granted to Congress.”  –Gibbons v. Ogden, 1824.
     
    “Congress is not empowered to tax for those purposes which are within the exclusive province of the States.” –Chief Justice Marshall, Gibbons v. Ogden, 1824.
     
    In other words, Congress cannot make laws to lay taxes or establish penalties in the name of intrastate public healthcare any more than it can make laws regulating 1st Amendment protected religious expression and freedom of press.
     
    Here’s two more excerpts from USSC case opinions which likewise indicate that Congress has no constitutional authority to make laws regulating intrastate healthcare.  Note that Justice Barbour referenced the above excerpt from Gibbons in New York v. Miln, expanding it as follows.
     
    “Inspection laws, quarantine laws, health laws of every description, as well as laws for regulating the internal commerce of a state and those which respect turnpike roads, ferries, &c., are component parts of this mass.” –Justice Barbour, New York v. Miln, 1837.
     
    And before Constitution-ignoring FDR nuked the Supreme Court with activist justices, Constitution-respecting justices had again emphasized that Congress has no business sticking its big nose into intrastate medical practice.
     
    “Direct control of medical practice in the states is obviously beyond the power of Congress.” –Linder v. United States, 1925.
     
    Sadly, until the states decide to delegate to Congress via constitutional amendment the specific power to tax and spend in the name of public healthcare, the federal government’s unconstitutional power grab concerning Obamacare is stalling the states from establishing their own healthcare programs, evidenced by Massachusetts’ RomneyCare.  Article V of the Constitution is the best kept secret of the unconstitutionally big federal government imo.

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