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ObamaCare - 3 Years Later

ObamaCare - 3 Years Later...
The debate over ObamaCare is far from over. It's back in the news in a big way for a number of reasons. First of all, with each passing day we get closer and closer to its full implementation in 2014. As we inch closer to this date, the realities of ObamaCare become all the more real - and they aren't pretty. In order to repeal ObamaCare, which I think is essential for the future of this nation, Republicans in Washington need to be willing to shut down the government. That's what it is going to take. Mind you, we still take in $2.7 trillion, which would still allow us to fund the basic functions of government including Medicare, Social Security, pay on our debt, the full faith and credit of the US will not be threatened. Just over the last few days, the discussion over ObamaCare has exploded and the vast majority of it has been negative. I want to give you a feel for the impact ObamaCare is expect to have if it's not repealed. Take a look at some of the most recent stories about ObamaCare hitting the news...

Obama's Arafat Blunder
At a press conference today in Ramallah, President Barack Obama addressed the assembled journalists while standing under a Yasser Arafat banner. Arafat, as the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting has noted, "is known to many as the "father of modern terrorism." Below is a timeline of some of the key events of his life and terrorist acts with which he was associated." Take a look at the photo here.

Rubio And Rand Party?
The mainstream media is finally catching on to something that I've said for a while: The Republican Party has some new, rising stars whom I see as being the future of the Party. Among those are Rand Paul and Marco Rubio. I would also put Ted Cruz and Mike Lee in that category as well. What I do fear with the Obama-mania media picking up on these rising GOP stars is that the story becomes too much about some sort of divide within the Republican Party – between the old and the new, the establishment and the young guns. While this is certainly a point to be acknowledged, the real story should be about the solutions these young conservatives are offering and how they can help foster meaningful debate in Washington and get this country back on track toward prosperity, freedom and opportunity.

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