Why do Republicans hate Obamacare?

I thought Republicans were against the individual mandate, then, I read this article

http://www.examiner.com/article/is-the-republican-...

and realized that the GOP CAME UP WITH THE ENTIRE IDEA! Ya it is $%# CRAZY! Read it for yourself. How do Republicans sleep at night?

Update:

Will, the problem is NO Republican supported any kind of mandate after 2009 when MANY did before. What happened? Read the article it has a list of the the Republicans and the legislation they proposed. Its a joke.

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
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    Both the 2 major political parties are hustling the nation into giving US the law of Nazi Germany. It's all an illusion of choice of the false left right paradigm which is controlled opposition. The two opposing political parties utilize their tremendous hold over mainstream media to dramatize political distractions and engage in covert warfare and operations, in grand performances of bureaucratic rivalry meant to propagandize and divide the populace. Divisive issues are purposefully fed through the major media outlets to divert attention away from the ruling class's hidden and ulterior (and sometimes global) agendas. By drawing attention to the differences between the two embedded political systems, ideologies, races and classes, the political groups obscure political clarity and divide unity among the masses. The tactic creates confusion and frustration among the population, which enables the ruling class to increase and consolidate their wealth and power through maintaining an illusion of a two-party system of checks and balances that actually works. The theory contends that the fresh interjection of a new political party or group (such as the expanding Libertarian or Green parties) into the political arena, would be the only way to provide a means to break the cyclical paradigm, currently established in the political system.

    Chief Justice John Roberts was the deciding vote for Obamacare, who also wrote the majority opinion. John Roberts was President George W. Bush’s pick for the Supreme Court, and every single Republican in Congress voted for Roberts’ nomination, it's all a hustle to bamboozle the American people.

    "I'm going to put people in my place, so when the history of this administration is written at least there's an authoritarian voice saying exactly what happened." - President George W. Bush.

    Authoritarians favor complete obedience or subjection to authority as opposed to individual freedom. The AHA is mandatory and if you violate buying insurance you could be charged with a misdemeanor and could face up to a year in jail or a $25,000 penalty according to Thomas Barthold who is the chief of staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation. Papers, do you have your insurance papers? Because if you don't your breaking the new law, even if you can not afford it.

    "It's Bush's fault." - President Obama.

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  • level4
    Lv 5
    7 years ago

    I wonder, where I Wonder gets his info from. FDR did start social security, as a means to supplement income, not to provide income for retirees. That system will go broke in 25 years, so what's your next question? Oh, people die because they do not have health insurance. No one in this country can be refused for medical treatment, and that's a law. Just because they don't have insurance is not an issue. But if you want to look up a really amazing fact, why don't you research what government control over health care has done to lower standards of medicine throughout the world, and cause death rates to soar?

  • 7 years ago

    You do realize, don't you, that the word "Republicans" refers to millions of different people? And that you can expect many of them to believe different things from the others?

    So, some of them might have come up with the idea of the "individual mandate", while others hate that whole idea.

    Your question presupposes that the word "Republicans" refers to a single organism with one common brain; so, "Republicans" came up with the idea, therefore all Republicans must support it, therefore any Republican who says he doesn't like it is lying.

    Really, you're too stupid to be discussing this subject.

  • 7 years ago

    Republicans don't want democrats to save this country yet again. When the Great Depression started back in the 1930s, Herbert Hoover did nothing to stop it. And he was Republican. All he did was take his money out of stock. The we got Franklin D Roosevelt. A democrat who passed the new deal. Republicans thought the social security program would ruin us. Now we ask ourselves how would we live without it. How would we retire once we turn into our 60s. Obamacare allows everyone to have health insurance who don't have it. It stops insurance companies from denying patients coverage due to preexisting conditions. People have died for being denied coverage from insurance companies. You can look it up.

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  • 7 years ago

    Scorched earth policy: If we can't defeat them at the polls, we will defeat their every effort to govern effectively.

    This is just the continuation of the republican policy since Clintom was first elected. Why expect anything different.

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