ACA Fail Fractal
New Obamacare Strategy: Anything to Get Through the Midterms
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  • lord acton

    Good times, good times……..

  • Brian Stahl

    This administration’s blatant disregard for Constitutional law and order is shameful. No executive in the common law tradition has asserted the power to nullify a law since 1689. All for crass, cynical, political reasons. What a disgrace.

    • Corlyss

      The problem is all the injured parties are so far in bed with the administration that none of them dare sue, and it is unlikely members of Congress will ever get standing to sue again. So we’re left with the Indian’s problem after Andrew Jackson quipped, “The Supreme Court has made its decision. Now let it enforce it.” It’s a political question, and once the subsidies flow, there will be no interest in the American electorate for holding Obama accountable.

  • bigfire

    Laws? Who needs them when I have a pen and phone?

  • Peripatetic

    We’ve moved beyond Fail Fractal. I think we’ve now got a Farce Fractal.

  • ojfl

    One thing that seems to be evading these people is that if these extensions keep passing when it comes time to enforce the law they will not be able to do it.

  • Corlyss

    And of course, after the 2014 midterms, there will be the Presidential election in 2016 and he won’t dare scupper Dems chances to seize the honor of upholding his legacy.

  • qet

    My conclusion is that, as far as the Presidency goes, the GOP is walking right into the trap the Dems have set for them. If, as predicted, the GOP keeps the House and retakes the Senate this year, then, if they really behave like Republicans ought to behave, by 2016 the American people will once more be lured by the tax and spend Siren song of whatever Scylla the Dems nominate and we will have another 8 years of a Dem Presidency.

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