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I can see this bumper sticker from the steps of the Supreme Court

I can see this bumper sticker from the steps of the Supreme Court

Keep your hopes alive, you’re well on the way.

Another one from Kathy, spotted in Harrisonburg, VA:


Donations tax deductible
to the full extent allowed by law.


SmokeVanThorn | June 29, 2012 at 7:19 am

Gee, the bumper looks pretty rusty and like it’s been damaged. I would have thought John Roberts would have a nicer vehicle than that.

Hopefully, most of the American people would like to have their republic, and Constitution, returned to them!

There you go again…

When I explain to people who support the law, that the law effectively abolishes health insurance and that they will lose thier coverage — they flip out. First they are like “how’s that possible?”, and then I explain in very concise terms what letting people with pre-existing conditions will do to insurance rates, it will make explode because there is no disincentive not to buy insurance before you get sick, so the pool will shrink because the marginal users (lower income) users of health insurance will start to bail. That will raise costs for everyone else and turn into a death spiral for private insurance as people are forced out of insurance. People, even ignorant voters now get it, Obamacare will cost THEM personally. Then they turn against Obama.

    OcTEApi in reply to imfine. | June 29, 2012 at 9:15 am

    Well said.

    The government is not a valid player in the free market, when it injects itself it distorts and eventually destroys it.

    Destroys innovation and the engine that drives creation of wealth.

Midwest Rhino | June 29, 2012 at 10:05 am

Is a “I want a public option” the same mentality as “I want a bailout”? Is it any different than wanting someone else to fund my health care?

Gimme gimme gimme … I need I need I need