How many Californians will sign up for ObamaCare on day one? Two.
Everything you ever wanted to know about a government shutdown. Actually it doesn’t sound that bad.
A way to end the ObamaCare wars: let everyone vote on it next November.
In the labor market we are coming apart.
Why don’t the poor work? Very few say it’s because they can’t find a job. So should we take their food stamps away?
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“How many Californians will sign up for ObamaCare on day one? Two.”
We could always spend more money on propogan.. uh, I mean, promotion.
In modern parlance, same thing.
What a waste of time and money…
“Everything you ever wanted to know about a government shutdown. Actually it doesn’t sound that bad.”
People act like this would be the end of the world, but really it would just open up opportunities for market solutions (although, the uncertainty would squelch some of that).
“Why don’t the poor work? Very few say it’s because they can’t find a job. So should we take their food stamps away?”
Yes. “Reasonable” people seem to think that these programs are helping a lot of people in need. They aren’t. They help a small percentage of people that actually need it and a lot of people that just want something for free.
I agree. Maybe people can spend some time with their families while this gets argued out. There are more important things than just carrying out work after all.
“A way to end the ObamaCare wars: let everyone vote on it next November.”
Great idea. We are a “one issue” at a time populous, people don’t want this and it would be repealed.
I nearly like the idea of doing it through the regular system better. People will vote against ObamaCare, meaning anti-government expansion legislators will be elected. This new wave could transform the direction of the country. This strategy is a little more risky, because we may not get it repealed at all, but it might work.
Sounds like a good idea, but I don’t think the GOP has that much ability to plan something like this. Even if they did they’d probably flub it.
I agree on all points. Republicans aren’t forward thinking enough to successfully execute a plan like this, and voters will act in their best interest, which is Obamacare. Sounds good to me.
Why would voters vote “in their best interest” if that is contrary to what polls say they think?
That’s only because of GOP scaremongering. If the people knew what was really going on then they’d support it.
This seems to me the best point of the food stamps article: “taking away their meal tickets won’t fix any of those problems.”
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