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Good luck! Obama’s returning to ‘help’ Dems some more

**Written by Doug Powers

Obama’s previous pledge to try and remain on the sidelines like his predecessors had all the promissory integrity of “if you like your plan you can keep it,” and the ex-prez will start hitting the road soon on behalf of Dems seeking office, starting in Virginia:

Former President Obama plans to return to the political spotlight this fall by hitting the campaign trail for Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam, the Democratic nominee running for Virginia governor.

This will be Obama’s first time campaigning since he left the White House and stumped for Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election, Obama and Northam’s offices confirmed to the Huffington Post.

Hey, if Obama wants to continue to lead the Democratic Party, who are Republicans to argue?

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The GOP might welcome Obama’s involvement in upcoming elections as much as they’re encouraging Nancy Pelosi to stay involved.

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Clinton, Sanders & Warren don’t want to cause a panic, but you’re about to die because of Republicans

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Alarmist rhetoric is like penicillin — the more you use the stuff when it isn’t necessary the less effective it becomes — and Dems are now trying to inject everybody with it by the gallon. After taking the obligatory 1/2 hour off from accusing the other side of murder after the shooting of Rep. Steve Scalise, they were back at it about a potential “repeal and replace” of Obamacare.

Leading off we have Hillary Clinton, who has stumbled across a great anti-death line she can use the next time she’s accepting another Margaret Sanger “Golden Forceps Award” from Planned Parenthood:

Judging from the electoral map combined with other national, state and local election results, the Democrats are the “death party” based on their somewhat self-inflicted demise. Hillary proved they learned nothing.

Bernie Sanders is also among the many Democrats sounding the death siren by sounding like a socialist Grim Reaper:

Bernie and his wife might be hoping that their legal defense team aren’t among those slayed by the Republican plan.

Elizabeth Warren, aka Dances With Identity Fraud, also had some arrows to sling at the GOP, accusing them of “paying for tax cuts” by repealing the only thing that’s kept people alive since 2010: Obamacare:

I hope all the “you’re about to die” Dems are paying royalties to Alan Grayson, who pioneered the technique before Obamacare even became law:

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How in the world did Americans survive before the Democrats came along and passed a law they knew so many people would like that they had to make it mandatory?

Update:

If Dems want to start a panic about a health care law, they should start with the one that’s currently the law.

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A woman defeated a man in Georgia’s 6th District this week, which Planned Parenthood considers a loss for women (and you know why):

Apparently women aren’t women until they become lock-step fellow travelers. Whenever you read anything from Planned Parenthood, substitute “women” with “abortion” because that’s what they really mean.

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#NeverTrump vs. Trump Derangement

Friends, it’s about time we sat down and had a chat. For Trump apologists, as well as fervent supporters, there is this notion that there’s no difference between the #NeverTrump movement and the Trump Deranged. This is the discussion we need to have, because it’s as false as it is embarrassing. #NeverTrump is a movement I can completely understand. I don’t identify myself with the hashtag, | Read More »

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Friends, it’s about time we sat down and had a chat.

For Trump apologists, as well as fervent supporters, there is this notion that there’s no difference between the #NeverTrump movement and the Trump Deranged. This is the discussion we need to have, because it’s as false as it is embarrassing.

#NeverTrump is a movement I can completely understand. I don’t identify myself with the hashtag, but I get how they feel. There was a roster full of solid conservatives and decent politicians sprinkled in that we had a shot to get some good, Republican ideas on the table. However, mismanagement and missed opportunities squandered a good bench and left us with Trump, who was and I believe still is demonstrably not conservative.

It is what it is, though, and there is really no point in re-hashing the election. Trump is the president.

For #NeverTrump folks, there is a sense of trying to get the Republican Party to realize what it has done to itself. It has hurt itself, in #NeverTrump’s eyes, and sullied the good name of conservatism.

Trump Derangement, however, is a completely different monster. It is an ideology… no, a pathology… that believes everything Trump does is wrong and evil and should be opposed. You can argue (perhaps successfully) that the Trump deranged would allow similar or even worse behavior from a different politician simply because that politician is not the crass buffoon Trump is.

You find a lot of Democrats among the Trump Derangement camp. You don’t find any in the #NeverTrump movement. And that right there is the difference.

I am not a part of the #NeverTrump movement, but I do recognize that it is absolutely conservative in nature. Conservatism believes in healthy criticism of politicians, whether they are our own or the other side’s. Many of Trump’s apologists or supporters, however, seem to enjoy thinking #NeverTrump is some sort of secret call sign for liberal spies who have been sprinkled about the conservative movement.

It is an absurd thought, but it prevails. There are two reasons why this has happened.

The first is the cult of personality. We have this problem on the right, just as the left does, where we like a person as much as, if not more than, his or her politics. This is dangerous because it leads to us sacrificing ideals in favor of people.

The second is the religion of chaos that a large segment of conservatism seems to have adopted. Many of our friends have decided that pissing off Democrats, socking it to the media, and disrupting the status quo are now just as, if not more, important than (again) our ideals.

Both of these are incredibly risky mutations of conservatism, and they distort the end goal of conservatism: smaller government and individual liberty.

If you’re just going to attack those on the right who oppose Trump the same way you do Democrats, however, then the state of our movement is in as much trouble as the Democrats’, who face their own identity issues. If the goal is to continue to win, then we can’t lose our minds when someone disagrees with us.

By the way, that last bit goes for #NeverTrump conservatives in how they deal with some Trump supporters.

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There’s One Thing Trump Can Do To Ensure Republicans Keep The House In 2018

Right now, I think it’s fair to say both parties are worried about the House of Representatives in 2018. Either way you slice it, President Donald Trump is the deciding factor. Either Trump can rally the base, continue making the Democrats overreach and embarrass themselves or Trump can sink and take the Republicans down with him. Those are really the central tenets of either side’s | Read More »

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Right now, I think it’s fair to say both parties are worried about the House of Representatives in 2018. Either way you slice it, President Donald Trump is the deciding factor.

Either Trump can rally the base, continue making the Democrats overreach and embarrass themselves or Trump can sink and take the Republicans down with him. Those are really the central tenets of either side’s strategy going into the midterm election cycle.

And, let’s be honest, it really could go either way. Republicans have some momentum, with the Democrats losing four straight run-off elections. However, the entire media complex seems to be against Trump, with major outlets even doing so much as lying *coughCNNcough* to try to stir up some negative coverage.

If you look at Trump himself, you’ve gotta think there is something he can do to make sure his party keeps power in the House. Given the Ossoff loss, and the Democrats’ soul-searching right now, I think the right strategy has presented itself.

Donald Trump, on a Friday morning, needs to go on a Twitter spree about how Nancy Pelosi is his biggest roadblock in the House. His focus needs to be on needing Democrat support (probably because of House conservatives) and how Pelosi has made it impossible to reach across the aisle. The important thing here is that he has to sell it. Really sell it. Granted, he is a television guy. He will know exactly how to handle this.

The result will be as hilarious as it is predictable. Given just how insanely deranged the Democrats have gotten about anything regarding Trump, the only result we can expect is that Democrats will swarm to Pelosi’s defense and keep her as their leader.

Which is exactly the best case scenario for the Republicans. There is no one quite as out of touch with the modern Democrat base as Pelosi. Sure, she’s a great fundraiser, but her time as a leader, such as it was, is over. That is not something, however, that we as Republicans should want. We need the Democrats to keep Pelosi around as long as possible.

It’s just a damn shame Harry Reid left the Senate.

Donald Trump has a winning hand here in the Democrats’ utter hatred of anything and everything Trump. Smart strategists see this and will use it. Let’s see if the White House can turn it into something.

 

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Do Republicans Even Remember Why Obamacare Should Be Repealed?

It's not just because it's expensive. Obamacare is anti-freedom.

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Republicans have forgotten why repealing Obamacare is important and they have a leader in President Trump who probably never even knew in the first place. All we are hearing now is about how Obamacare is failing, which is true, but it is not the reason why conservatives have been demanding its repeal since the day it was passed. Obamacare

At its beginning, the erroneously named “Affordable Care Act” triggered a resurgence of belief in Constitutionally limited government. Thousands if not millions of people began studying the Founding Fathers again. The people who opposed Obamacare and the underhanded way it was created and passed marched on Washington because they recognized it as a federal overreach. It was a power grab that robbed individuals of their liberty. One sixth of the American economy was being subordinated to the federal government with the promise that health care would be cheaper; better; and if you liked what you already had, it wouldn’t change for you.

All of the promises turned out—unsurprisingly—to be flagrant lies. We knew they were lies even before premiums skyrocketed and before deductibles rose so high that paying the premiums became pointless.  We knew we were lied to because one of the chief architects of the scam Jonathan Gruber told us so. Remember him? Most Republicans in D.C. apparently don’t. Here’s what he said, if you need your memory refreshed.

“Lack of transparency is a huge political advantage, and basically, you know, call it the stupidity of the American voter or whatever, but basically that was really, really critical to getting the thing to pass,” Jonathan Gruber said at the Annual Health Economics Conference.

Gruber was a key player in developing the law, and those remarks weren’t the only time an Obama adviser suggested the administration had pulled a fast one with the law.

“They proposed it and that passed because the American voters are too stupid to understand the difference,” he said.

The root problem with Obamacare is not that it’s too expensive and insurance companies are pulling out of markets around the country. The root problem is that Obamacare is a lie and an example of the federal government seizing control of something with which they shouldn’t even be substantially involved.

Obama and his minions gave us a one size fits none system, upending the lives of people who were satisfied with their current insurance in order to allegedly provide insurance to people who couldn’t afford it. Its true purpose was federally mandating redistribution of wealth and placing bureaucratic control on decisions that should only involve a doctor and patient.

Obamacare is anti-freedom.

Republicans were angry back then—or at least they pretended to be. After Obamacare passed in the House was the only time anyone ever saw a public display of emotion from John Boehner that didn’t involve weeping like a child watching Old Yeller on Blu-Ray. But now after 8 years, the anger—whether feigned or real—has been replaced with fear. They’re afraid to repeal Obamacare. For all the talk about what an unjust piece of legislation it is, Republicans are unwilling to risk anything in order to rid us of it. They’re only timidly nibbling around the edges like they do with any other federal entitlement program. They are more worried about votes than righting a wrong.

RedState’s Susan Wright shared Senator Mike Lee’s assessment of the Senate version of the bill we’re supposed to pretend repeals Obamacare.

No, the Senate healthcare bill released yesterday does not repeal Obamacare. It doesn’t even significantly reform American healthcare.

It cuts taxes. It bails out insurance companies. It props up Obamacare through the next election. It lays out plans to slow Medicaid spending beginning in 2025, but that probably won’t happen. And it leaves in place the ham-fisted federal regulations that have driven up family health insurance premiums by 140 percent since Obamacare was implemented.

As the bill is currently drafted, I won’t vote for it.

Lee is one of the few in D.C. who still understand the problem. Most are more concerned with their reelection than they are with fixing a gargantuan screw up that doesn’t directly affect their lives. It’s one area where you have to grudgingly give Democrats some respect. They wanted Obamacare so badly that they were willing to risk losing  future elections just to get it passed. Apart from a few, the Republicans lack anything approaching that level of commitment.

The situation is made worse because Republicans nominated and succeeded in electing the worst possible candidate apart from Mitt Romney to deal with this issue. While Romney had no credibility, having implemented a similar system as the governor of Massachusetts, Donald Trump has no philosophical grounding for opposing Obamacare. The only criticism of Obamacare that Trump can muster has to do with its financial performance—practically the same attack he lamely uses on his critics. He has gone on record praising single payer healthcare and even recently said that Australian socialized medicine is superior to ours. I firmly believe that Trump understands nothing about this issue.

The leader of the Republican party is incapable of articulating a substantive argument for why Obamacare is a bad idea and an unjust law. As a result the goal is no longer repealing it but rather getting a legislative “victory” for the Republican Party and its bumbling President. What that victory entails is not really important.

While Trump supporters in the conservative media avoid dealing with Obamacare in any way that makes their leader look inept, at least Mark Levin has refused to join them on this issue. This week he asked the question our elected representatives should be asking: why should we center our entire healthcare system on a welfare program like Medicaid? He then went on to argue that both parties have now apparently given up capitalism.

“We now have two politically parties that have abandoned capitalism.

“I’m so sick of hearing these people say it’s a good first step. No, a good first step is unraveling Obamacare, not embracing it.

“A good first step – I love, ‘Oh, you know, Reagan used to say if you can get 50 percent, we’ll get the other 50 percent later.’ Yes! But he didn’t say surrender 100 percent.

“Here we have a massive new entitlement program, passed in 2010 when the Democrats controlled the House and the Senate. They didn’t get a single Republican vote, and today it get votes in the House of Representatives and all but four Republican senators are lined up behind this – Obamacare.  That’s what it is, even though that fool, Obama, put out a Facebook post.

“The Democrats are laughing. They’re saying, ‘We can trash the Republicans, while at the same time, they’re enshrining Obamacare.’

“And then you have clowns on TV and radio, who pretend that they’re conservative, telling you that this is swell. ‘It’s a good first step.’

“It’s a good first step if you’re into cliffs.”

It’s not a first step. It’s a pretense.

G.K. Chesterton perhaps said it best: “Compromise used to mean that half a loaf was better than no bread. Among modern statesmen it really seems to mean that half a loaf; is better than a whole loaf.”

We may in fact be approaching the point of arguing that no bread is better than half a loaf.

This is all part of why I’m not wearing a political jersey anymore. I have no team. If we count all the people in Washington who still understand why getting rid of Obamacare entirely is the right thing to do, we probably don’t have enough players to fill out a roster anyway.

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Trump: Why Didn’t Obama Do Anything About Something I Said Never Existed?

Donald Trump denied on more than one occasion that the Russians attempted to meddle in the 2016 election even as late as a few days ago. Once the story broke in The Washington Post about Obama’s lack of a response to the meddling, President Trump took on a whole new outlook. Going back over 2016, Donald Trump denied Russian involvement in election interference on a | Read More »

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Donald Trump denied on more than one occasion that the Russians attempted to meddle in the 2016 election even as late as a few days ago. Once the story broke in The Washington Post about Obama’s lack of a response to the meddling, President Trump took on a whole new outlook.

Going back over 2016, Donald Trump denied Russian involvement in election interference on a number of occasions:

September 2016During the first presidential debate, Trump made his first public denial.

October 2016During the second presidential debate, Trump suggested there was no hacking at all and why Russia was blamed.

December 2016After the election, Trump rejected a CIA assessment that said Russia intervened in the election in the hopes he’d win. “I don’t believe it.”

December 2016Trump’s transition team dumped on the CIA pointing to their assessment that Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction

It wasn’t until the DNI released a report that said the NSA, CIA, and FBI all agreed that Russia meddled in the election that Trump was forced to acknowledge the obvious.

That didn’t stop Trump from occasionally tweeting it was all a “hoax” or “made up.”

All of that suddenly changed when the Washington Post released their story revealing President Obama didn’t take action against Russia because he was concerned about the political impact.

Trump tweeted the following in response:

What meddling, Mr. President? A day earlier he was still calling it a hoax:

I am sure the President’s loyal followers will claim he is engaged in another brilliant scheme to throw his accusers off base when in reality he doesn’t think. He reacts. When asked about his sudden turnabout, he’ll likely deny the interference again but say if it happened, Obama should have done something.

In other words, it will be a day that ends in ‘y.’

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