Open Letter to House and Senate Republican Leaders
Defund Obama’s Disastrous Policies or be Complicit in the Destruction of Your Country
Due to the disastrous policies of President Barack Obama America is at a tipping point.
House Republicans quietly passed a bill to expand coverage choices under Obamacare. At the prodding of business organizations, House R's quietly secured a recent change in OCare to expand coverage choices, a striking, one-of-a-kind departure from dozens of high-decibel attempts to repeal or dismember it.
The Kentucky General Assembly almost unanimously voted to defund ObamaCare in the Commonwealth as it mandated that no general fund dollars can be spent on the Medicaid expansion or health benefit exchange in the next biennium.
The Kentucky Senate's Appropriations & Revenue committee will make a case for withdrawing state funding for at least the Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange. ObamaCare suck-up Gov. Beshear will lose it over this.
House R's appear to be moving closer to tying a debt ceiling increase to a repeal of the insurance co. bailout clause in Obamacare. Removing the "risk corridor" provision in OCare seemed to have more support than linking the debt limit to approval of the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Ted Cruz indicated that he will renew efforts to repeal Obamacare. He suggests that a number of upcoming votes, to fund federal agencies for the current fiscal year and to raise the debt ceiling, are perfect opportunities to attach and push for a repeal of the law.
Will Ted Cruz endorse tea party fave Katrina Pierson who is taking on estab. Repub. Sen. Pete Sessions? Sessions claims that he has conservatives' support.
The controversy over Mitch McConnell's blackmail tactics against conservative grassroots grows. Is Karl Rove behind this as well?
The right way to do it is with a vote for Ken Cuccinelli. He wants to strengthen Virginia’s healthcare system and deliver better care to more by removing the roadblocks put in place by Obamacare.
The problem for the Republican establishment is now that ObamaCare’s inherent flaws are being publicly exposed what are Republicans going to do about it? Right now it looks like they plan to pile in the clown car, keep funding ObamaCare, and give Democrats a free ride past the next election by postponing the individual mandate for a year.
Why is the Republican establishment happy to give Obama time to fix ObamaCare, but opposed to actually doing the one thing that would stop ObamaCare before it becomes another welfare addiction – defunding it.
"After two months in Washington, it's great to be back in America," Cruz joked in speaking to a crowd in San Antonio. He received an eight-minute standing ovation.
Sarah Palin warns that the Dems' goal is to move Obamacare to a single-payer system of full socialized medicine. "The evidence is right before our eyes. Open yours, GOP establishment," Palin writes.
"Fighting a law that is unfair, unworkable and unaffordable is reasonable and necessary," wrote DeMint.
Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell says he will not allow another government shutdown as part of a strategy to repeal ObamaCare.
It’s a sign not just of bad health-care policy but of greater systemic problems.
Boehner will allow a vote on an emerging Sen. proposal to open government and lift the debt ceiling without amendments and have it pass with Dem votes. Boehner may not be Speaker in '14.
Many docs and clinics are now demanding that people pay the entire insurance deductible before being treated. Obamacare will increase that practice, as most plans under OCare have low premiums with huge deductibles.
House Repubs' latest proposal to raise the debt limit and end the shutdown could start another budget fight over Obamacare’s contraception mandate, which requires employers to provide insurance that covers birth control.
To: All Republican Members of the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate: