Both love collectivist totalitarianism, so why shouldn’t they sound very similar?
 November 5, 2014 at 5:15pm
I was just on my way to say the same thing. We know that New York is hopelessly statist. Democrats rule in New York City. Anyone is surprised at how nasty the population there can be to each other?
 November 5, 2014 at 4:37pm
If you listen to Mark Levin, he pointed out that McConnell told Fox News there was no way Republicans could repeal Obamacare, because they lack a 60 vote majority. McConnell himself already admited most of Obamacare could be yanked out via reconciliation (requiring only 51%).
If Obamacare is repealed without finding a way to keep those who were considered to be uninsurable due to previously existing conditions, you will see the majority of people turn against Congress. And Hillary Clinton will be our next President. Guaranteed. Congress knows this even though you won't hear them say it out loud.
 November 5, 2014 at 4:34pm
Done, sir! Great idea.
 November 5, 2014 at 12:43pm
Listen, just praise God that homosexuals have adopted the rainbow as their symbol. It can’t hurt for them to constantly remind God he promised to never again flood the Earth in order to wipe out sin.
It’s ironic, really.
 November 5, 2014 at 12:42pm
Did anyone else notice the Porcupine’s bumper sticker?
Sure, CormacNJ, so would I, but when Progressive crypto-socialists in the Democrat and Republican Parties say the word “replace”, they aren’t talking about what you and I would do. They’re talking about their own “correct” form of government mandated health insurance.
In America, purchasing worthless State health insurance is mandatory; a public health quarantine is voluntary. If Ebola could vote, it would vote for the Progressive candidate.
 November 5, 2014 at 11:48am
Yeah. A fraction of a percentage of the population (all at one end of the age spectrum) suffer from a disease that’s common to that population and it’s an “intellectual and ethical travesty”.
Holy cow, but Progressives can over react to absolutely nothing, can’t they? This is akin to the “if it saves a single child’s life” form of totalitarianism.
 November 5, 2014 at 11:44am
Sure, but unfortunately people like us are the only ones aware of it. Even now, there are millions of soft-core Progressives across America happily bopping through their day with narry a concern regarding this or any other relevant issue.
I’m not saying TheBlaze shouldn’t still report it, but don’t expect thousands of people to suddenly “wake up” to the reality of the world.
 November 5, 2014 at 11:42am
Had Romney won, we’d have the entire Republican establishment talking about a system to “replace Obamacare”. NO ONE would be talking about repeal.
Moreover, the country needed another 2 years of misery and disastrous socialist policies or we would not have had another wave election. Seats called for Democrats would have gone to Democrats or stayed Democrat.
People are rejecting socialism from Democrats and they’re beginning to reject it from Republicans, too.
"Replace" is a loose term. I'd be happy to see ACA "replaced" with tort reform and interstate health insurance.
(cue vicious commenters accusing me of being a liberal because I referred to it as ACA instead of Obamacare - screw you and your mother's maggot-filled privates!)
2014 was the first year 0care was fully implemented, until then people still had optimistic hope that it would save a troubled medical system. Now less than a year after full implementation everyone can see the disaster that is 0care. People subjected to unaffordable out of pocket expenses to the point of delaying care, skyrocketing pharmaceutical costs, 2.5% medical device tax and a race to see how fast doctors can drop Medicare/Medicaid. Yes by 2016 the picture will be even more clear that 0care, even with last minute changes has been an abject failure.
 November 4, 2014 at 10:27pm
Right on. Ron “why shouldn’t Iran have a nuke?” Paul.
Can’t understand why no one wants him to be President.
 November 4, 2014 at 10:26pm
Guess the whole Ron Paul fan club showed up tonight.
November 4, 2014 at 10:25pm
Anarcho-capitalist? Going to save us from ourselves?
Go outside your own comfort zone and stop buying into conspiracies.
 November 4, 2014 at 10:23pm
In many cases you’re correct.
Now, tell me how the Democrats haven’t already involved in a war in Iraq and Syria?
We need Ron Paul to blame Republicans for the behavior of Democrats. We need Ron Paul to connect Progressive Republicans to all Republicans. No, we really don’t.
 November 4, 2014 at 10:20pm
Anti-war doesn’t translate to anti-American. It also doesn’t mean you wait till a dangerous enemy has already punched you in the face.
Stay crazy, Ron.
 October 29, 2014 at 6:19pm
Progressive crypto-socialist, Jeb Bush, thinks Communist Core is a great idea?
I’m so surprised. George Bush would’ve loved it, too.
 October 27, 2014 at 10:42pm
There has to be a God, so that there is a hell where these monsters can spend eternity.