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Saturday, November 16, 2013

We are waiting for the Republican fix

"Free enterprise has done more to reduce poverty than all the government programs dreamed up by democrats."  Ronald Reagan

So, now we are waiting for the Republican "fix" to Obamacare.

That is what I am hearing from liberals who are watching the pinnacle of liberalism crumble around them.

"Well, what do the Republicans want to do to fix healthcare?  I haven't heard a solution from them!"

See?  Liberals haven't actually learned anything from this whole mess.  They still believe in big government.  They still cling, hopelessly, to the basic idea that government is good and that government can swoop in and fix things.

And, here is the thing, we aren't going to get a GOVERNMENT solution to healthcare from Republicans.  Do you know why?  Republicans know, fundamentally, that the government doesn't fix things.  The government doesn't make things better.  It makes things worse.

Kinda like Obama said in his press conference the other day.  He even admitted that there is a lot of bureaucracy in the government and the government doesn't do things efficiently.


All Republicans know that.  The way to FIX anything in Washington is for the government to GET OUT OF THE WAY.  No new law or new regulation is going to fix the previous, broken law.

Obamacare needs to go on the scrap heap of every other liberal pipe dream.  It needs to go away and we need to remember that.

I think this latest argument (the Republican fix argument) is going to come to the forefront of the political landscape and will be the battle cry of liberals from now until the midterm elections.

So, be prepared, good conservatives!  Here is how the argument needs to be framed, "Look how well it worked out when the government got involved in healthcare.  What needs to happens now is for the government to get out of the way and let the free market take over our healthcare system."

I want to leave you with another excellent quote from the gipper.

"We the people tell the government what to do.  It doesn't tell us."  Ronald Reagan