June 20, 2012

The End of ObamaCare

Great News.


It doesn't matter what the Supreme Court decides in the ObamaCare case. It doesn't matter if we elect enough conservatives to Congress to overturn phase one of socialized medicine.

All we need to do is elect a president who will simply decide not to enact or enforce it, and it's gone!

According to House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) the President has Constitutional authority to decide which laws to enforce and which to disregard. An act of Congress is merely just a suggestion that the president can follow or not at his discretion.

President doesn't like Dodd-Frank? It's gone with a a stroke of pen. Not enforced.

Want to get rid of the EPA? Elect the right president and poof, it's gone.

FCC. Gone.

Department of Energy. Gone.

A properly motivated president could get rid of almost the entire government apparatus.

A president could even decide not to enforce those laws requiring elections and choosing a new president.

Which is, of course, why Hoyer and his ilk defending the Obama Amnesty are talking out of there posteriors.

Posted by: Stephen Macklin at 06:12 AM | Comments (2) | Add Comment


1 Which candidate will do that? It won't be Obamney. Quite possibly that congressman from Texas, but that's about it. Unfortunately the R_N_C saw to it that he didn't happen. For anyone who watches pro wrestling, national politics is very similar.
And even if a president chooses not to enforce a law during his term(s), when he leaves office, his successor can choose to enforce, if that law or agency is still on the books. 
Complete abolition of gov't kludge is the only real solution, but that takes a motivated president and congress. That's the only way we will have a real economic recovery and our freedoms restored. How will that happen?

Posted by: Wayne at June 20, 2012 09:34 AM (qIEdH)

2 I would hope that the Congressman from Texas, in light of his professed strict adherence to the Constitution, would do none of the above since all of that should include an act of Congress.
And that of course was the point!

Posted by: Stephen at June 20, 2012 12:57 PM (L8n06)

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