Mark Levin: We have to elect Mitt Romney to repeal Obamacare

Mark Levin addresses the political side of ObamaCare and in short he said not only must we get Mitt Romney elected, but we must win supermajorities in the House and the Senate to avoid filibusters in the Senate.

Listen below:

NOTE: For those of you following the other thread, this would be part 5.

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  • Do we really need super majorities though? It was ruled a tax hike, taxes are budgetary, so shouldn’t 50 votes plus the VP be enough?

    • E. Lee Zimmerman

      That’s my understanding, as well. As a budgetary matter, it needs a simple majority.

      • turnipweed

        What about the Senate? Think we can get 6-7 Democrat votes?

        • E. Lee Zimmerman

          Probably not now, but maybe in the fall.

    • Stehekin912

      I think Mark was saying we need supermajorities in the House and Senate to keep it filibuster and slick tricks proof.

      • SineWaveII

        Exactly! If we have that, Romney won’t matter. He’ll sign the legislation he’s sent or he’ll be primaried in 2016

        • Romney will be happy to serve one term just like in Mass.

          He does not need the money after all.

    • This is why Romney should really take a closer look at Paul Ryan rather than Marco Rubio. Paul Ryan is a budget genious and could work with both parties to resolve our budget problems.

      • SaraPFan

        He can’t do that while serving in Congress? We need Florida. We already have Wisconsin. That was clear during the recall elections.

      • SineWaveII

        Paul Ryan wouldn’t be any help as VP. We need to lobby to make Ryan speaker of the house.

      • Ryan’s plan is great. However, he is not VP material. Either Rubio or Condi Rice.

    • SaraPFan

      And Obamacare was passed in committee. It was not a legitimate Congressional vote. The Senate revised the law and it was suppose to go back to the House to vote on their revision but Princess Nancy knew she would not get enough Dems to vote in favor of all the revisions….i.e. kickbacks so it was made law in committee. I’m not smart enough to know what all that means but I remember Romney and Santorum agreed on that during their debates on how to repeal and I remember that bill not going back to the House. I can’t believe Roberts. I can’t believe it. We were so close.

    • NJK

      Senator DeMint said they will repeal through reconciliation, just the way it was passed. We will do to them, what they did.

  • E. Lee Zimmerman

    OK, I get it, I get it, but here’s my point on this matter: Mitt MUST MUST MUST MUST MUST start talking “repeal” only. I’m hating the “repeal & replace.” You want to do that, then you’re gonna start disenfranchising those of us who are willing to hold our nose YET AGAIN and vote for a RINO.

    • librtifirst

      I think that I am leaning toward getting on more government lists by voting Libertarian, or Constitution party. Not that I believe it will do any more good than voting for a Romney. If Obama stays in, this will stand. If Romney gets in, this will stand. So will all the other things that are killing our country. The political revolution has to happen sometime, so it might as well start now.

      • SineWaveII

        Yeah, better to just let Obama have four more years to finish the job. I mean who needs a free country anyway? When did the republican party become such a bunch of crybabies?

        • librtifirst

          You mistake me for someone who thinks that the people of the country elect the president. Voting is just to satisfy people who believe that the electoral system is legitimate. Check into election fraud. The establishment decides who is going to be president. First, through corrupt primaries, then through electronic fraud in the national election.

          • SineWaveII

            Dude, your tin foil hat is on crooked.

            • librtifirst

              For some reason, when I take off my tin foil hat, I can’t see the massive amount of evidence that is staring me in the face.

      • ApplePie101

        Yes, we can’t keep kicking the can down the road. As Thomas Paine said, ‘If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace.’

  • Theconservativechic

    I DEFINTELY need a drink now reading this.

    • marketcomp


  • Nukeman60

    In my opinion, Roberts was wrong. At the very least, his argument should have thrown the decision down the road to when the mandate would be instituted and then ruled on. That would have been wrong, too, but at least he would have been consistent. However, he didn’t. He made it up as he went along, for whatever reason (enter conspiracy theory here).

    Having said that, there is nothing we can do about it now. We need to look forward to the election as our only saving grace. Our work is cut out for us and we need to roll up our sleeves. I like Mark’s idea to work for at least a 2-3% fraud buffer, as we know what Chicago-style politics is all about. Every race is important and we need to know who the players are and what they stand for.

    We take control of the Senate, increase our control of the House, and make sure as many of the RINOs as possible get canned as well. This is no easy task, but it is one that should have been made a bit easier by awakening that sleeping giant that should have already been awake.

    It’s more than NObama now, it’s NOprogressive and NORINO as well.

    • librtifirst

      I have a couple of those conspiracy theory posts out there.

    • Linky1

      You have the right idea, Nukeman. The presumptive Republican candidate is definitely not the best one around, so, it’s time to do as you say-Senate, House, heck, even down to a state level-do a little housekeeping – RINOS/PROGRESSIVES out, Conservatives (real ones, not the wanna-be’s) in.

      Strength in numbers here, people. One person i.e. the presumptive Republican nominee, is not going to be the change, nor, is he the messiah come to save the US from socialism. It’s going to be a team effort, starting at the local level and working your way up.

      • librtifirst

        We have a lot of battles to fight, all at the same time. They are coming down hard on us with regulation. (agenda 21)

  • Philo Beddoe

    Roberts is a Bush guy, Romney is a Bush guy. Both Bushs’ are big govt guys.

    And Romney is going to repeal obamunist care?

    • Idiot, if Romney doesn’t repeal, it would be political suicide.

    • Romney is going to REPEAL AND REPLACE. Think about that and let it soak in. He is a Bush crony big government guy. There is money to be made for him and his cronies if he writes healthcare again.

      Mark my words. Mitt is evil. It should be REPEAL AND RETURN. I don’t want government telling me what to do.

      A lot of money is being thrown around Washington these days and we have to STOP it in its tracks. They don’t care about the people anymore.

  • HopeHeFails

    Roberts gave GM to the unions…
    Roberts opened Arizona’s borders…
    Roberts took America’s freedom away with ObamaTax…

    Roberts now becomes Benedict Roberts.

    • KarlRogue

      Impeach John “earl warren” Roberts

      • poljunkie

        Welcome back.

        Were you banned on the other site?

        • KarlRogue


  • librtifirst

    So now the establishment, that set up Obama Care, is going to use this ruling to keep it all going by increasing the urgent message of voting in the anti-Obama. (Romney?) Whatever.

    That isn’t a direct diss on Mark Levin, but he is part of the media that promotes the guys who ultimately screw us. I’m a bit preturbed right now.

    • stage9

      I think what Levin is suggesting is that we’re stuck. We have no choice but to elect this twit. The GOP reamed us by pushing for an Obamney nomination over a Conservative. So now we’re stuck with him…

      As much as I can’t STAND Obamney….Obama is far worse. There is no easy road here. The next step however is to rid Washington of the GOP machine. THAT is job 1!

      • librtifirst

        I just don’t know if I can give Romney my permission to do what I know that he will. I am burnt out on supporting republicans for 22 years and watching them screw us over just as bad as the dems. They usually do it by means of their “sins of omission”, but they jab us with things like The Patriot Act and Drug programs as well.

        Considering the fact that the system will collapse before we can change anything within the two party dictatorship, (three party now that the supreme court is in on it) I am thinking that I may as well join the anti-establishment camp now. It appears to be nothing but a delusion to bring change within the republican party.

        The only guy that we got out of the last tea party run, who has done anything substantial to protect our liberties, is Rand Paul, and he just recently put out his support for Romney.

        • SineWaveII

          Boy I’m sure glad we didn’t have a lot of people like you around in 1776. We would all still be singing God save the Queen.

          • librtifirst

            Do you think that the founders would have nominated Romney, or that Romney would have been an acceptable option to replace the king of England, who was 3000 miles away? We pay higher taxes and have less tyranny that England did back then. The only difference is that we have a central bank that supplies our fake economy with fake world reserve currency that the rest of the world is still willing to trade in.

            Will your perspective be the same when they crash the currency, openly declare martial law, and your only source of food will be the government?

            • SineWaveII

              Your reply is completely irrelevant, I wasn’t talking about the founders I was talking about the citizens who supported the revolution. If you had been there, you would be whining about how hard it is and saying we should just give up.

              • librtifirst

                There is no direct correlation to what was going on then, vs what is going on now. That was the point that I was making. It is absurd to think that voting for a socialist sellout politician now, is the same as deciding to fight for independence from another governing entity 3000 miles away. We have a socialized communistic governing body right here in our back yards, and they can be at your doorstep in a matter of minutes to detain you indefinitely without charge. They had a king 3000 miles away, and it took months just to get a message through.

                If given the choice, and it was plausible, I would fight for independence from these tyrants to secure a non-totalitarian future for my children. It is not plausible, therefor there will be no fight.

                You have obviously chosen to believe that voting for an unconstitutional criminal government is a good way to change things. I do not.

      • SineWaveII

        Nobody reamed anybody. Romney won the nomination because he got the most votes. The republican voters chose Romney. It’s too bad we didn’t have a great candidate but none of them RAN FOR THE NOMINATION. So what are we supposed to do? Even Sarah Palin chickened out and didn’t run.
        So Romney was the best of the sorry pack of candidates that did choose to run. Rick Perry flamed out and defeated himself, Herman Cain got caught lying about an affair, the rest of them were has-been re-runs and total doofs. So who’s fault is that? Why don’t you ask Sarah Palin why she let us all down instead of dumping all over the only hope we have left to stop Obunghole and his nazi cabinet?

        • Sarah Palin is a freaking moron. She is an idiot and sounds like a moron. I don’t know who is the bigge rmoron, her or Michelle Bachman. I lean towards Bachmann. No foreigner leader will take someone seriously with that stupid voice Bachmann has. NO ONE.

  • MikeTheEngineer

    I am so sick of this I really have lost all energy to keep trying to spread the truth. I spent 9 months on CNN Ireports in 2008 trying to convince the libtards not to vote for Obama. All it got me was a pink slip literally on January 19th of 2009. I will suck it up and get back in the game but today I am just sick of where this country is going.

    • sDee

      Please do not give up Mike. You never know who you get through to or when it will sink in.

      Some people are natural slaves they are hopeless.

      Have you volunteered for phone lines or door-to-door to get out the vote? I focus on local, state and Congress now. The Presidential fix is in.

      I intend to die fighting this.

    • librtifirst

      I have to take a break from time to time. I am sick of where this country has been, and where it is going is hard to fathom.

  • I feel defeated and disgusted! Roberts is a traitor IMHO. I’m sick to death of the gvmt. Today I just want to quit and drop off the grid. I feel like our beloved country is dead and so are the people.

    • turnipweed

      We need you Shelly. We need all hands on deck.

  • NJK

    Everyone, just because John Roberts is now a rogue Justice, and has decided to follow the left, and act outside the Constitution, doesn’t mean we have to follow.

    What next? Nullify!

    “The states simply need to follow Thomas Jefferson’s prescription and nullify the entire act. They should just refuse to implement this monstrosity. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has already indicated he will refuse, and other states should follow his lead.”

    The Governor of VA, said his state will not comply either. I expect Texas will do the same.

    Obama is lawless, the Democrats are lawless, and Justice John Roberts is lawless. We do not need to comply with lawlessness.

    • Amy

      Our local FOX just covered Walker’s speech. I knew I loved that guy for good reason. 🙂 Glad we retained him as Governor.

  • Sober_Thinking

    Agreed 100%. Time for the Tea Party to roll again – let’s take the trash out.

    Let the wave be so huge that Democrats suffer a HUGE embarassment. Historic changing of the guard. Humiliate these bums and throw them out on their ear.

    • turnipweed

      We should all wear flag pins upside down so we can identify each other. Let’s roll!

      • Sober_Thinking

        I like the idea. For now though, I’ll use our passion to ID each other. Great thought though.

  • carolt2

    I spent the summer of 2009 calling my idiot rep and senators, I’m from MA and they were not responsive. I called all the dems on the fence and pretended I was in their district, they were polite. They passed this bill with bribes and lies, our Founding Fathers must be disgusted by today’s ruling. I certainly am, we must vote the idiots out of office.
    I can’t believe that Roberts did this to us, he was a conservative. I see on some sites that he was trying to maintain court’s reputation as impartial. This was not impartial. We should make our reps vote again and call it a tax, the largest tax increase in history.
    I am going to email and call my rep, Ed Markey, he’s a fool. Scott Brown was supposed to be the deciding vote against this but they rewrote the rules before Brown was sworn in. The US is not the great country it was, it’s being run by corrupted pols.
    It’s time to wipe them out if we can.
    I’m sure many of you have choice, here in MA we don’t get many challengers, the electorate here are lemmings.

    • sDee

      Move on down! We can use you! We’ve a battle on here in NC, but there is still a spark of life in people. First elephant control of the House and Senate in 100 years and we are just getting warmed up.

      I am not from the South but wish I’d gotten here sooner.

      • carolt2

        Where were you from, one of those states like mine?
        What’s the NC battle?
        I am not thrilled with Scott Brown because he is a RINO but he’s much better than the crazy Elizabeth Warren. I had some personal business to take care of yesterday, and the man said he went to dem convention here. I asked him if he liked Warren, he replied he loves her. I quickly got down to business, you can’t talk to the moonbats here. Moonbat is our word for liberals that can’t help themselves. They are usually rich and have a trust fund. This man does not, and I didn’t expect him to love Warren! I’m having a bad day today about this decision.

        • Do you really expect some evangelical in MA? You are lucky to have Brown take over from years of Ted Kennedy, and you complain. No wonder MA is full of fuit cakes.

  • PicklePlants

    THANK YOU MARK! I have been hearing this repeal “and replace” from Romney and the GOP. I don’t want it replaced! I want it repealed! period! The government does not belong in healthcare AT ALL! I believe in a free market and the only thing wrong with healthcare prior to Obamacare was the governments involvement causing problems! Sorry about the shouting and exclamations, but I don’t want Obamacare lite!

  • If people are relying on Romney to repeal Obamacare, think again-
    Obama-Harvard Grad- Radical Liberal Progressive Socialist who implemented Obamacare, forced mandated substandard inferior State Socialized Medicine that bankrupts the residents, citizens, and Independent businesses and companies in the Free Market Capitalist Free Enterprise system in the Nation, which has all but destroyed private healthcare in America, not to mention stripping American’s of their Freedom, along with Borrowing, Taxing, and Spending America into Bankruptcy oblivion, which is crippling the US Free Market and America’s Economy.
    Romney-Harvard Grad- Moderate liberal Mass. Progressive Republican, aka RINO / Republican Obama Facsimile who implemented Romneycare, precursor of Obamacare, forced mandated substandard inferior State Socialized Medicine that bankrupts the residents, citizens, and Independent businesses and companies in the Free Market Capitalist Free Enterprise system in Mass ,which Romney refuses to refute, but says he will repeal Obamacare, which has all but destroyed private healthcare in Mass, that have all but crippled and bankrupted his State’s govt, the resident tax payers, and especially the economy in Mass..
    How can a true conservative Republican create and defend a Ted Kennedy collaborated forced mandated substandard inferior State Socialized Medicine that bankrupts the residents, citizens, and Independent businesses and companies in the Free Market Capitalist Free Enterprise system of a State, let alone the Nation, but then turns around and argues that he must repeal Obamacare, the very same thing he implemented and refuses to refute and repeal in his own State called Romneycare.

    The blatant hypocrisy by Romney to pretend he is a conservative now, instead of the liberal progressive he was a Mass Gov., is just so repugnant and repulsive to a true patriotic Reagan Conservative American.
    Romney will not repeal Obamacare. When Romney gets into office and does not sign the Congressional repeal of Obamacare legislation, if it even gets that far, what then will the American People do, what then will be our options when these corrupt elected officials ignore the will of the people, and the consequences of the flame of Freedom and Liberty that has been all but blown out of America’s torch.
    But with all that being said, Romney is our last hope and option.. I just hope for America’s sake, the People’s sake. Freedom and Liberty’s sake, Democracy’s sake, and Romney’s sake, that Romney if elected President, does not let the American people down once again as I know he will, as so many elected officials have done.

    • Thank you.

      So few will state the truth about Romney. Levin and Beck never looked closely at Romney. Why?

      I can almost understand Beck being a Mormon Cultist. But Levin why does he not tell the truth about Romney?

      • Linky1

        Beck is far from a full on Romney supporter. Watching him tonight, he spoke out against the Progressives both Democratic and Republican, citing Romney and Gingrich as Progressive Republicans.

        If you want some more Romney truths that many people either don’t or won’t see because they see him as some sort of saviour, try this link.

        • librtifirst

          That is a good link. We would have to be fools to judge Romney by what he says. What he has done is the logical criteria to judge with. If you believe in constitutional government, then there is no candidate that will honor his oath, or reverse the massive damage that the rest have enacted on the American citizens.

          If Romney is establishment, then he will continue the policies of the past. Obama Care will stand for his tenure. I would suggest that he may very well even put gun control in place. Though he cannot do this on his own through the legislative process, he could in a national emergency. There is bound to be one coming soon. We are actually “officially” under one or more now.

        • wodiej

          and who does beck think is conservative enough? All he seems to do is rant and rave about everyone else.

          • Linky1

            If you watch him, you’ll see he is not “endorsing” any one candidate, more like vetting candidates on both sides of the coin. I watched a bit of Hannity last night and frankly, I don’t appreciate him being the media shill for Romney or for that matter, any other candidate.

            It’s not Beck’s or any other media personalty place to come out and endorse a candidate, only put out information. It’s called taking the time and responsibility to do so yourself, doing your homework, making up your mind on who would best represent you and your values, not being like the progressive sheeple on both sides and voting just because a movie star or political pundit says you should.

          • Perhaps someone who’s at least willing to call oblamercare unconstitutional and outline his plan to replace it?

            That’s kind of a minimum requirement, is it not?

      • You stupid idiot liberal trash.

    • You dumb moron. First you said Romney won’t repeal then you said he is “our last hope”
      Reagan would be dissapointed in someone like you. If we let Obummer win, there won’t be a USA. Even if we take the House and Senate, as long as their is Obummer, he can always find ways to cheat.

      • tsk tsk tsk.

        Try using maturity and intelligence in the form of language the next time you speak. You sir are neither intelligent, nor mature, just another troll drone..

        Obama-Harvard Grad- Radical Liberal Progressive Socialist who implemented Obamacare, forced mandated substandard inferior State Socialized Medicine that bankrupts the residents, citizens, and Independent businesses and companies in the Free Market Capitalist Free Enterprise system in the Nation, which has all but destroyed private healthcare in America, not to mention stripping American’s of their Freedom, along with Borrowing, Taxing, and Spending America into Bankruptcy oblivion, which is crippling the US Free Market and America’s Economy.
        Romney-Harvard Grad- Moderate liberal Mass. Progressive Republican, aka RINO / Republican Obama Facsimile who implemented Romneycare, precursor of Obamacare, forced mandated substandard inferior State Socialized Medicine that bankrupts the residents, citizens, and Independent businesses and companies in the Free Market Capitalist Free Enterprise system in Mass ,which Romney refuses to refute, but says he will repeal Obamacare, which has all but destroyed private healthcare in Mass, that have all but crippled and bankrupted his State’s govt, the resident tax payers, and especially the economy in Mass..
        As a Tea Party Reagan Conservative, I absolutely disdain Mitt Romney, as he is a Mass Progressive Republicrat RINO, whose hypocrisy, cronyism, and lies, and in particular his creation of Romneycare, the precursor of Obamacare for which he refuses to refute and repeal in Mass, is second only to Obama.

        But with that being said, as a true Reagan Tea Party Conservative, I must say that unfortunately Romney is now our only option as President, at this point in time.

        But the US Congress is a different situation, as we will fill those seats with as many Reagan Tea Party Conservatives as possible, to replace all the liberal progressives, thus force Romney’s hand to govern as conservatively as possible.

        The next time you speak, try using intelligence and maturity, as you only expose yourself for the troll yo are when you don’t.

        • librtifirst

          If we are going to replace congress with tea party people, we had better get the McCains and Boehners out. They are the ones who have the power, and election fraud most likely keeps them in.

          • Yes we must get rid of all of them that can be gottin rid of, like Boehner and McCain, as well as the rest of the RINO’s in Congress, but what we actually end with will only be seen after the election results are over.

  • ApplePie101

    On the outbreak of the revolution, Samuel Adams exclaimed, ‘What a glorious morning for America!’ I’m surprised to feel some of the same exhilaration today, despite the gloom, because the storm has broken. We see the glaring corruption and tyranny of the government in power, and recognize them for what they are, enemies of our rights and of our children’s freedom.

    I suggest that you not wait for politician-saviors, but instead arm yourself with a through knowledge of your constitutional rights and their constitutional limits, and make life miserable for any ‘public servant’ who crosses that constitutional line. If the 170 million of us who oppose this outrage throw our weight against them, they’ll collapse.

    • librtifirst

      I was watching open carry activists videos on youtube the other day, along with some others. I was amazed out how forceful some of the cops were, but mostly they were just ignorant enforcers who didn’t mind stomping on people’s rights. They don’t even seem to know people’s rights. The recent video of the Muslim appeasing cops was totally depressing.

  • If you don’t vote for Romney, then it means you are just some diseased subhuman closeted liberal pinko trash and your mom gives blow jobs around the corner. You are either with Americans(Romney), or you are with the freaking terrorists(Democrats).

    • ApplePie101

      Do you represent the Romney campaign?

    • Sorry, you want, three blocks down, cellar door in back. They allow sleazebag leftists posing as rightwingers there all day long.

  • There are very few things I disagree with Mark Levin on, and this is one of them. We don’t have to get Mitt Romney elected. There are things being done behind the scenes that people are unaware of.

    I’ve spent a lot of sleepless nights working with other people who won’t let a political party choose our leader. It’s “We the People” always and the GOP can’t get away with this.

    Mark Levin said it is OUR constitution and “We the People” will abide by it and elect our government officials, not have them chosen for us. Mitt Romney will not get away with buying the election and lying about every person that run against him.

  • Philo Beddoe

    What does this tax do to Americans?

    Basic monthly budget for a family of 4 making $90,000. per year = $5,261.53 take home per month @ 24% tax rate

    $5,261.53–monthly net
    – $1,083.33 IRS enforced obamacare mo. pyt for family of 4 (est $12,000 per year)
    – $2,500.00 mortgage
    – $ 675.00 auto pyt w/ Insurance
    – $ 275.00 utilities

    $ 728.20 left over for food, clothing, unknown expenses, 401 contribution

    This does not take into account the Bush tax cuts if they expire, deduct another $350 per month from this budget.

    John Roberts and the demunists can rot in hell for eternity- They have ruined the American dream

    • wodiej

      anyone who can afford a $2500 house payment can pay the obamacare tax.

      • Philo Beddoe

        In Chicago this $2500. payment includes a $875.00 property tax. $1,650.00 principle doesn’t buy alot of house in the suburbs.

        It may in Tennessee

        Stop the obamacar tax, elect repub’s into the majority in House and Senate, then hold them accountable.

        It is our only hope

    • turnipweed

      What are we going to do about it?

  • I think this ruling by the Supreme Court will have done more to elect Romney president than any commercial or debate. People now have a huge cause, something that helped destroy the Democrats in 2010 and will destroy them again in 2012. This cause, PLUS the lousy economy, should be all that’s needed to convince most fair-minded people that Obama is a rank socialist bent on spending this country into oblivion. We will never convince the far left of anything, but to those people who were just going to sit this election out, think again. This will be your one shot at stopping this country from going down the path that Europe took years ago, and we all saw how well that is working out for them. And if you think your vote just doesn’t count, just remember that George W. Bush won the state of Florida (and by extension, the election) in 2000 by about 700 votes. So ALL votes matter in this election. And you just know that the Democrats will use every dirty trick in the book (like ACORN) to win this election. Time to put a stop to it now. And we can.

  • JoelDick

    I’m sorry, but there’s no way we can get a super-majority in November, and even a simple majority will be an uphill battle.

    We’re going to lose Snowe in Maine, Brown in Massachusetts is in big trouble, and even Heller in Nevada is at risk.

    We can easily pick up Nebraska and Wisconsin from retiring Ben Nelson and Herb Kohl. It also looks like McCaskill will cede Missouri to us, no matter who runs against her, and we might also defeat Tester in Montana.

    The only other states we have a chance of picking up are North Dakota, Virginia, and New Mexico, from retiring senators Conrad, Webb, and Bingaman, but those will be really tough.

    Most likely, we will net three pickups, making the senate split down the middle, and even that will be tough. At most, we will have a one seat lead, and if we do really, really well, we can pick up six, giving us a slim three seat lead. A far cry from the super-majority Levin speaks of!

  • Levin is way wrong if he believes Romney will repeal any part of 0bamnycare.

  • Don’t care.. I’m not voting for Mitt. He won’t even call this unconstitutional or tell us what he plans to replace it with.. That’s our champion? Further, Roberts is a bush appointee. Why do we keep sending Republicans to DC so they can sell us out and chase votes from illegal aliens?

    The GOP needs to either learn its lesson and stop this foolishness, or it needs to die.

    I don’t care.. If the Constitution is only good for toilet paper, then they don’t want my vote anyway.

    Maybe paying some of those 21 ObamaCare taxes will wake them up?

    If Roberts ruling was supposed to galvanize the base, it’s not working here.. All it’s making me do is wonder if risking jury duty is worth it to vote between these clowns.