Good evening all. I saw this pop up somewhere on the net and then more information came up on Hotair.com. If you need another reason not to vote for Mittens Obomney, how about the probability that he won’t repeal Obamacare?
Now I’ve always suspected that Mittens wouldn’t repeal Obamacare, since it was based on the Massachusetts disaster known as Romneycare, but now we’re starting to see proof come out. One of Obomney’s advisers, one Norm Coleman, came out and said that Obamacare wouldn’t be repealed even if a Republican defeats Obama.
From The Hill:
Romney adviser Norm Coleman predicts GOP president won’t repeal health law
Mitt Romney adviser Norm Coleman1, a former senator from Minnesota, predicted the GOP won’t repeal the Democrats’ healthcare reform law even if a Republican candidate defeats President Obama this November.
“You will not repeal the act in its entirety, but you will see major changes, particularly if there is a Republican president,” Coleman told BioCentury This Week television in an interview that aired on Sunday. “You can’t whole-cloth throw it out. But you can substantially change what’s been done.
And Norm wonders why he’s no longer in office? (Ok, there was significant fraud committed by the Democrats) He obviously doesn’t seem to understand the seething hatred fro Obamacare. Of course, he also forgot to engage his anti-Freudian slip2 filters before he opened his mouth.
Coleman’s remarks are remarkable because every Republican candidate — including Romney — has vowed to make repealing the law a priority. Coleman is also the chairman of the American Action Network, which has urged the courts to strike down the law’s individual mandate and its Medicaid expansion.
Ok, so we have an interesting conundrum here. Normy is either telling the truth and Mittens has no intention of repealing Obamacare or he has been bitten by the multi-legged stupid bug. So. What does Mittens have to say about this?
Romney’s campaign quickly distanced itself from Coleman’s comments.
“With all due respect to Sen. Coleman, he’s wrong,” campaign spokeswoman Andrea Saul said via e-mail. “Gov. Romney can and will repeal Obamacare and is committed to doing so.”
Yeah, right and I have a nice harbor in Boston I want to sell you. So, Obomney has asked Norm to “Seek other opportunities elsewhere,” or perhaps he might like to “Spend more time with his family?” It would make sense, but you would be mistaken in your thinking.
Coleman’s “advice will be critical as I lay out my vision for improving our economy at home and strengthening our partnerships around the world,” Romney said in a statement in September when he announced that the former senator was becoming an adviser.
In other words, no.
This is just another reason that Mittens can’t be trusted. He was a failure as a governor, he has lost far more elections then he has one, and flip flops his positions so fast we could solve all our energy needs if we could figure out how to hook him into the power grid.
Let me give Mittens and his crew of RINO statists some observations on the country. If he blows this election, it will probably mean outright civil war by 2014 with all the horror that entails. If he wins the election and becomes Obama lite and doesn’t do the structural changes people are demanding, starting with the outright repeal of Obamacare, then it will mean the end of the Republican party and the rise of a new third party.
If that happens, all those nice establishment RINO’s will find themselves locked out of everything and the Republican Party will go the way of the Whig party3. People have had it and Governor Mittens, “Inevitable nominee” “Only one who can defeat Obama” Obomney had better wake up to this fact. Frankly, I want to see a brokered convention and none of the current crop getting the nomination.
~The Angry Webmaster~