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Published: Saturday, Aug. 3 2013 4:58 p.m. MDT

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Shaun
Sandy, UT

As someone who supports parts of Obamacare, I think the democrats need to either implement it as the law states and be proud of it, or work to find a better solution.

And I do not think a solution is to simply repeal it. If the republicans could come up with something besides tort reform then they might have a shot at winning some national elections.

worf
Mcallen, TX

@Shaun---why does government have to come up with a solution?

Government has created us a debt of $550.000 for every second in a year.

With just this. Why do we trust them to control health care, and education? Why?

New to Utah
PAYSON, UT

Obamacare came about in the dead of night near Christmas and it was a reconciliation bill not
the type that could muster 60 votes in the senate. Scott Brown won in Massachussetts because he could stop Obamacare but the Democrats did an end run around principle and rules to cram this widely unpopular bill down the throats of the American people. Since the Supreme Court passed a
5-4 approval of it being a tax, it is the law of the land. It has been hovering around the 55-60% do not approve in poll after poll. The fact that Obama won re election;does not mean people support Obamacare. It is still widely unpopular, with business,individuals and state governments. The fact that two extremely liberal governors support it means little. Chief Justice Roberts will likely be able to attend all the DC cocktails, and get some Washington Post reporters approval but it my mind he caved to DC social pressures in his ruling.

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