Obamacare poll shock: 77 per cent want the individual mandate repealed or delayed, as the House passes a bill to block IRS enforcement

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A healthcare media company sponsored a scientific poll of more than 2,000 registered voters, and found a stunning 77 per cent want to see Obamacare’s individual health insurance mandate delayed or scrapped entirely. That includes 49 per cent who want the mandate killed.

Just 11 per cent agreed with the Obama administration’s contention that fully implementing the president’s signature health care law will lower their ‘ total health care costs, such as appointment co-payments, monthly premiums, deductibles and drug co-payments.’

The Morning Consult commissioned the online poll from Survey Sampling International, Inc. Its margin of error is 2 percentage points.

The shocking level of public discontent comes along with news that members of Congress and their staffs have struck a deal with the White House to subsidize their enrollment in health care exchanges with taxpayer dollars.

And the House of Representatives passed a bill Friday that would deny the IRS any funding to operate or enforce the health care law.

Anti-Obamacare protesters may have the pulse of America after all, judging from the latest polling data to emerge about the Affordable Care Act

Anti-Obamacare protesters may have the pulse of America after all, judging from the latest polling data to emerge about the Affordable Care Act

Obamacare poll shock: 77 per cent want the individual mandate repealed or delayed, as the House passes a bill to block IRS enforcement | Mail Online.


Obamacare Might Be Heading Back To The Supreme Court: Unconstitutional

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Well don’t hold your breath on this one. I personally think the SCOTUS is being blackmailed with NSA info illegally gathered on them, which could explain Chief Justice Roberts last minute change of decision on Obamacare and ruling it Constutional by changing the penalty to a tax. (The Obama administration’s argument was that is isn’t a tax)

A little known secret about the President’s healthcare agenda began leaking a few months ago. The mainstream media has completely abandoned the issue, until recently. However, signs are beginning to point to hemorrhagic status as often times small leaks take up this route.ObamaWhat’s the secret? When crafting the legislation, democrats and the President made a huge mistake. Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, states were given the option to decide whether or not they wanted to set up an insurance exchange, which each state would run. Those states who choose not to set up their own insurance exchange would have a federal exchange set up in its place. States that do choose to set up an exchange are to fine employers who  do not provide insurance under the employer-mandate penalty. This money is then returned to the employees to purchase insurance through the state run exchange.

Here’s the flaw. So far more than two dozen states have opted out of the state exchange. Tennessee, Texas, Florida and Oklahoma to name a few. President Obama and democratic leadership failed to add this same penalty to states who opt out of the state exchange in place of the federal exchange. Therefore, the dozens of states that have already opted out cannot be fined under the employer-mandate penalty. This would have left Obamacare in  shambles.

So, Obama went to the IRS and had them re-write the healthcare law. However, this is unconstitutional. Only Congress can make such changes to law. A lawsuit has been making its way to the Supreme Court  filed by the state of Oklahoma challenging this illegal power grab by the IRS.

I have been following this development for quite some time. Communications director for US Congressman Scott Desjalais (R-TN), Robert Jameson told me in an interview a couple months ago;

“They made a huge mistake here. Congressman Desjarlais will be taking action on the issue and watching it closely in the Supreme Court. If we are successful in upholding this as unconstitutional it will make the states who have opted out of the state run exchange very attractive to businesses who bring jobs and prosperity. It will also make Obamacare even more unsustainable than it already is, which will leave the door open to defunding it.”

Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma Attorney General, just took a major step forward in having his case heard by the Supreme Court. A federal judge in Okalahoma ruled last Monday that Oklahoma has the legal standing to sue the federal government over the subsidies in the federally run exchanges (see video above). This is the first time a federal judge has ruled against the Obama administration with regards to the Patient Care Act in quite some time. Opponents of the Patient Care Act will certainly keep a watchful eye as this story continues to develop.

Video at link below:

Obamacare Might Be Heading Back To The Supreme Court: Unconstitutional | Ben Swann Disclosure.

FULL INTERVIEW: Watch Mark Levin and Cavuto converse about Obamacare, America, and more

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To expound on Obamacare- the media talking point is that all pushback (nullification) against the federal government is by the “right” and just “anti-obama.” The majority of “We the People” would push back on ANYONE proposing something like Obamacare, even a Republican. When you start talking about states ignoring federal laws on marijuana and legalizing it for medical use, something most reporters are sympathetic to, it surprises them and obliterates that preconceived notion.

Whether you agree with medical marijuana or not, there is no question that it is a state issue and federal regulation is unconstitutional – just like the notion of a federal health care system.

“Follow the Constitution EVERY issue, every time, no exceptions, no excuses.”

Mark Levin seems to have his best interviews when he goes on Cavuto’s show and today is no different. They spend 20 minutes talking about Obamacare, Congress, a post-constitutional America and more, and it’s fantastic. It’s almost just like hearing Levin on the radio.

Watch video at link below:

FULL INTERVIEW: Watch Mark Levin and Cavuto converse about Obamacare, America, and more… » The Right Scoop –.

» Obamacare: Mandatory HIV Tests Coming?

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As you read this, remember, Executive Orders ARE NOT law.

Obama seems to be addicted to signing unconstitutional executive orders. The latest mandate from on high may eventually result in mandatory HIV tests for everybody between the ages of 15 and 65 years.

Of course, for now, this is just a “recommendation.” Funny thing about government recommendations, though, as that they eventually become mandatory, usually under some specious excuse of another.

For instance, protecting children from guns or evil homeschoolers.

Governments of every stripe love exploiting children.

From Obama’s EO, posted on the White House website:

Based on these and other data, recommendations for HIV testing and treatment have changed. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force now recommends that clinicians screen all individuals ages 15 to 65 years for HIV, and the Department of Health and Human Services Guidelines for Use of Antiretroviral Agents now recommends offering treatment to all adolescents and adults diagnosed with HIV.

Lucky for us, we won’t have to worry about this until 2015 when the “employer mandate” finally kicks in.

» Obamacare: Mandatory HIV Tests Coming? Alex Jones’ Infowars: There’s a war on for your mind!.

Obamacare Employer Mandate Delayed, But Not for Individuals

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Hurt Democrats in the 2014 election is the key and only reason for this. Obamacare is a job killer…This law needs to  be repealed or defunded fast! This looks discrimiatory to me against individuals and the mandate not be delayed for them as well….not to mention uncontitutional, no matter what Chief Justice Roberts says.

OBAMACARE.  The Obama administration will delay the employer mandate until 2015, Bloomberg reports:

The Obama administration will delay a crucial provision of its signature health-care law, giving businesses an extra year to comply with a requirement that they provide their workers with insurance.

The government will postpone enforcement of the so-called employer mandate until 2015, after the congressional elections, the administration said yesterday. Under the provision, companies with 50 or more workers face a fine of as much as $3,000 per employee if they don’t offer affordable insurance.

Heritage responded saying this begs the question, “If the employer mandate will prove so devastating to businesses that it can’t be enforced in 2014—following three years of implementation work—why should it be enforced at all?”:

However, the problem is not just Obamacare’s employer mandate—the real problem is Obamacare itself. The same individuals who said Obamacare would create jobs, not destroy them, are now the same ones who will say the Administration can “fix” the employer mandate, if only given another year to do so. Conservatives should not be fooled, appeased, or assuaged. Instead, today’s developments should provide every incentive for the American people to redouble their efforts to repeal, defund, and dismantle ALL of this bureaucratic, unworkable law.

The idea that selectively enforcing one provision of the law could “solve” all the problems inherent in Obamacare is absurd on its face.

They added:

It is hard to understate the impact of today’s devastating admission from the Administration that, after three years, it still cannot implement Obamacare without strangling businesses in red tape and destroying American jobs. That said, it is still not too late for Congress to do the right thing, and refuse to fund what the Administration has now—finally—admitted is a job-killing train wreck.

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Judge rejects Mennonite firm’s healthcare law challenge

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I believe the judge is wrong on this one….the 1st amendment does apply here as well. Doesn’t matter if they run a “for profit” business, Obamacare violates their religious views, therefore it violates their 1st amendment rights. It appears it just depends on what judge you get that determines the ruling you get. Others have been ruled in favor of their 1st amendment rights. The Catholic family that owns a Colorado-based company won a court victory in their battle to stop the Obama administration from requiring them to provide insurance coverage for abortion-inducing drugs, sterilization and contraception, a mandate they say violates their religious beliefs and First Amendment rights.

PHILADELPHIA – A federal judge has rejected the argument of the Mennonite owners of a furniture manufacturing company that the federal healthcare law’s requirement that they pay for employee birth control violates their religious rights.

Judge Mitchell Goldberg refused to grant the injunction sought by the Hahn family, who own Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp.

The Hahns cite Mennonite Church teaching that terminating a fertilized embryo “is an intrinsic evil and a sin against God.” They say complying with the contraceptive coverage mandate would violate their religion, and disobeying it would subject them to crippling fines.

Matt Bowman of the Alliance Defending Freedom, which represents plaintiffs in similar cases, says, “The Obama administration’s attacks on faith and business prove that it doesn’t respect either one.”

“Washington politicians can’t confine our faith to the four walls of our churches alone,” continues the attorney. “Honoring God is important every day in all areas of life, including in our work.”

But the judge ruled that the Pennsylvania company does not qualify for an exception as a religious employer, since it’s a for-profit company making a secular product with no formal ties to a church or other religious group.

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Hobby Lobby Becomes Largest Company to Sue Over ‘Obamacare’ Birth Control Mandate

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Christian CEO of Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. Sues Obama Admin. Over HHS Mandate

Courtesy: The Becket Fund

Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., the privately held arts and crafts retail chain, on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration for its controversial HHS mandate requiring that all employers provide birth control coverage to their employees.

“By being required to make a choice between sacrificing our faith or paying millions of dollars in fines, we essentially must choose which poison pill to swallow,” said CEO and founder David Green. “We simply cannot abandon our religious beliefs to comply with this mandate.”

How much did Green say his company would have to pay in fines?

“David Green … says he’ll have to pay as much as $1.3 million in daily fines if he doesn’t pay for types of contraception he and other evangelicals morally oppose, including the so-called ‘morning after’ pill [emphasis added],” the Washington Times reports.

What’s notable about Mr. Green’s decision is that not only is Hobby Lobby now the largest company to sue the Obama administration’s over its HHS mandate, but it’s also the first non-Catholic-owned business to do so.

And Mr. Green certainly runs a Christian-style business.

Hobby Lobby stores are never open on Sunday and the chain’s website attributes its continued success to its practice of “honoring the Lord in a manner consistent with biblical principles.”

“Washington politicians cannot force families to abandon their faith just to earn a living,” said Lori Windham, Senior Counsel, Becket Fund for Religious Liberty.  “Every American, including family business owners like the Greens, should be free to live and do business according to their religious beliefs.”

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