House Republican Leadership To Pass Three Bills Supporting Obamacare
An ultra-liberal website is reporting that Obama is poised for a major Congressional victory as House Republicans under John Boehner prepare to introduce three bills next week that improve obamacare. That’s right; you heard me correctly.
Jason Easley is reporting: “House Republican leaders are planning to bring up three changes to obamacare next week — but unlike dozens of prior bills, these…measures are not expected to be controversial. All three bills essentially fix drafting errors, perceived oversights or unintended consequences in the [obamacare].
Uninformed liberals and those who would mislead voters would have you believe Boehner and the Republican leadership are trying to improve obamacare because they realize obamcare is here to stay based on polling numbers showing support for repeal of obamacare is at record lows. First of all, the idea of “record lows” is misleading. A record low could be one percentage point below what it was previously. And secondly, that is a patently false idea. The American public wants obamacare to be gone as much as they want Obama himself to be gone.
The reason Republicans are now quasi-openly supporting obamacare is that Boehner and company have secretly supported it since they gained the majority in the House. They want obamacare because they believe it is a Ponzi scheme that can save Medicare and Medicaid. (See: Is This The Reason Republican Leadership Secretly Supporting Obamacare; 1/21/14)
The proof is that this is one more in a never-ending line of Republican betrayals that are becoming more openly in flaunted in our faces, albeit, this particular one they wanted to keep hidden from conservative voters.
I have been relentless in my attempts to inform you what is taking place and what is at risk even more so than I was with warning voters about Obama leading up to his election in 2008. The majority of Republicans in Congress are not interested in representing our concerns. They are interested in personal wealth, reelection, and privilege.
If Republican leadership were interested in We the People, they would not be attacking the Tea Party people. Those of us who support the Tea Party were singularly responsible for the historic and record number of Republican victories in 2010. Based on those victories alone, one would think the Republican establishment would champion the concerns of We the People. But instead they fight us and call us names that not even Obama has called us, and that is an absolute statement of fact.
We are in trouble: we cannot afford to sit quietly, give the GOP our money and votes, and allow them to treat us as Democrats treat blacks. We must stand up and push back. In so doing, I believe we will inspire others who have been ideologically opposed to us, to join in with us.
Literally every day, another high profile Republican comes out publicly attacking We the People. It is a statement of fact the only reason they are becoming as manic in their assaults on us as they are is they fear us. They are trying to beat us down and discourage us because they know we are capable of repeating 2010.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here