Many of our Republican public servants and pundits alike have called for letting the Affordable Care Act (ACA or Obamacare) fall under its own weight. Others have gone so far as to criticize those standing against this abomination of a law; those who remain steadfast to the Constitution and the American people. Senator McCain is one of those Republicans who said of those attempting to shut down the ACA, “they are on a fools errand.” Fools indeed, Mr. McCain. Let us know how you really feel about the majority of Americans who remain opposed to the ACA.
The “let it collapse” argument is either the most naive or intentionally deceptive dialogue coming from the party on the right. These great thinkers and elected officials want us to believe that once the ACA is implemented and fails to function properly, that somehow, in some fairy tale way, the liberals are going to throw their hands up in disgust, look us in the eye and say, “Yea man, you really showed us, this thing isn’t going to work” and walk away.
Unless you’ve been in a coma for the last decade you cannot seriously believe the libs will walk away from the ACA no matter how disastrous it gets. They would never admit conservatives were right. Its a guarantee the failure would be blamed on something other than the architects of the beast. To believe any different is foolish indeed, Mr. McCain.
The collapse would never be the end of the ACA. When in recent history has congress backed off a project because they suddenly found themselves too inept to run it? When in recent history has government admitted they were too inept to do anything? When in recent history has government decided to give back to the American people what it has taken away?
Our Overlords spent 600 million of your tax dollars on the ACA website alone. It does not work. Four years in the making and it does not function.
If the ACA is allowed to be implemented, only to fail, it will never go away. The failures will only give those who claim to be on the right side of the aisle another reason to argue with those on the left. The ACA will require more money to function properly and the argument can continue about where that money will come from. It will make for good political theater and campaign commercials about who is really looking out for you.
The group of elitist that have exempted themselves from this burdensome law will ask for your donations and support so they may once again return to Washington and continue their yeoman’s work on solving the Nations woes.
All the while Americans will continue to be ground beneath the wheel of bureaucracy. Pawns in the elitist game.
“When men yield up the privilege of thinking, the last shadow of liberty quits the horizon.” — Thomas Paine