The ObamaCare SCAM is Becoming Obvious

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But, as we’ve seen in the last few days, Obama is still using his masterful talent for misdirection to blunt and obscure responsibility—shifting the blame to others even as he says he is responsible.

It’s time to push harder than we ever have before—and now the facts about ObamaCare and a newly skeptical media will back us up.

Millions have lost their coverage and that’s the opposite of what Barack Obama and nearly every Democratic Senator and Representative promised.

That’s bad enough but Obama is still hiding the truth that as many as 60 million MORE Americans will be dropped from workplace coverage by next November and forced into expensive healthcare exchanges that won’t include trusted doctors and hospitals.

The National Federation of Small Businesses confirms the truth—denied over and over again by Obamacare defenders—that this bad law is killing job growth and even full time work.

Much, much higher prices are for the “privilege” of having fewer doctors and hospitals will be enforced by a new army of IRS agents going after citizens and businesses.

Rationing will come to include denial of care for those deemed by distant government bureaucrats to be “too old” or too expensive”.

Senior citizens will find far fewer options as Medicare collapses, Medicare Advantage programs disappear and doctors refuse to accept new Medicare patients—because reimbursement funds have been shifted to ObamaCare.


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But, as we’ve seen in the last few days, Obama is still using his masterful talent for misdirection to blunt and obscure responsibility—shifting the blame to others even as he says he is responsible.

It’s time to push harder than we ever have before—and now the facts about ObamaCare and a newly skeptical media will back us up.

Millions have lost their coverage and that’s the opposite of what Barack Obama and nearly every Democratic Senator and Representative promised.

Barack Obama Said Yes to Cannabinoids?


Barack Obama stated that he believes cannabis should be made legal in the United States. In a joint statement with the Republican leadership in congress and the Senate Majority leader, John McCain, Obama has stated that he supports a medical marijuana program but would leave the recreational aspect illegal. This is somewhat at odds with statements made by the candidate in the past.

In fact, when running for office, he repeatedly said that he favored legalized marijuana and also promised to eliminate the Federal Bureau of Narcotics from the Department of Justice. However, he has now reversed this position and instead wants the federal government to legalize it. So how did this happen?

It seems that Obama was influenced by the pro-cannabis movement in Colorado, which recently made recreational cannabis legal. Legalization there paved the way for banks to lend money to marijuana businesses, creating a significant financial resource for the cannabis industry. At the same time, Obama has taken an important step towards relaxing marijuana laws on a national level. He has sent in a notice that he will not enforce any laws against states that have already legalized the plant. This means that states like California, which are notoriously hostile to cannabis use, will not be punished for using the plant either.

The timing of this announcement is very clever from the point of view of the two main presidential candidates, who are neck-in-neck heading towards the general election. Although Obama is saying he respects the minority viewpoint on cannabis, he appears to be quietly working behind the scenes to ensure that Congress passes legislation to legalize the drug. Should he win the election, his administration will essentially be in favor of legalization of cannabis - meaning he will get the credit for having pushed through this.

If Obama's remarks on Wednesday are any indication of how he might approach marijuana use, the answer will probably not be his typical tough stance. He may choose instead to downplay the seriousness of the drug problem, and stress that dealing with it is a public health issue. He might even suggest that we don't need to make a single marijuana plant illegal - that we can just regulate it or make it mandatory that anyone who smokes it does so behind a monitor. In fact, the only way the administration could move in this direction would be to implement a tax on marijuana, similar to the smoking-tobacco tax that has been implemented in several states. Some people may even call this the "Obamacare Tax" - as if our government has no business regulating how we smoke. The fact that Obama is talking about this possibility, however, says a lot about how he would like to see the drug issue handled.

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What happened under Obama with the legalization of marijuana?


On one hand, it's probably not realistic for Obama to announce that he wants the federal government to completely legalize marijuana. There are too many complications in that path. At the same time, he has expressed support for the idea, and mentioned Colorado's Amendment II recently as an example of how regulating the cannabis industry works.

If Obama were to take this position now, it would surely meet with opposition from many within the country (including the Republican majority in the House and Senate), not to mention from within the pharmaceutical and insurance industries. But if he were to announce that tomorrow he was going to have cannabis taxed the same way soda is, you could be sure that marijuana use for medicinal purposes is not anywhere near a deadlock.

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