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The Apocalypse Party

Hyperbole almost always loses me. No doubt yesterday’s SCOTUS ruling was consequential, but, come on, conservatives …

This is the greatest destruction of individual liberty since Dred Scott. This is the end of America as we know it. No exaggeration.

Does that mean John Roberts is worse than Hitler?

Fortunately there are some reasonable Republicans still around who refuse to succumb to fear-mongering.

In a closed door House GOP meeting Thursday, Indiana congressman and gubernatorial candidate Mike Pence likened the Supreme Court’s ruling upholding the Democratic health care law to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, according to several sources present.

 Best we take up arms and stop this abomination.
Matthew Davis, an attorney [and former state GOP spokesman], sent the email moments after the Supreme Court ruling to numerous new media outlets and limited government activists with the headline: “Is Armed Rebellion Now Justified?”

Davis added his own personal note saying, “… here’s my response. And yes, I mean it.”

“There are times government has to do things to get what it wants and holds a gun to your head,” Davis said. “I’m saying at some point, we have to ask the question when do we turn that gun around and say no and resist.

 Or we could just move to Canada, where there’s no such thing as national health care.

I’m moving to Canada. RT @cruetten: This is a sad day in the history of America.

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  1. At some point, people get fed up with their wages being confiscated to be re-distributed to the lazy and the venal.

    The only problem with health care in the U.S. is the cost. Our health services are expensive because health care in the U.S. is an inefficient market. It is inefficient because of government involvement; we already provide free health care to the poor (Medicaid), the elderly (Medicare), the children (SCHIP), the veterans (VA), and about 6 million prisoners.

    The Court’s decision is even broader than it appears. The federal government now has no limitation.

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