Gettysburg wasn’t the only battle of the Civil War, but it is considered to be the most pivotal.
The Supreme Court battle over ObamaCare isn’t the only battle in the fight for America’s future…but it may indeed be the most pivotal.
How did we get out on this tightrope, where the opinion of ONE man, Anthony Kennedy, will decide whether we have a chance to retain our freedoms…or we are forced to surrender them one at a time to a voracious and sprawling central government.
For that is EXACTLY what is at stake.
The TWO (and they only offered two) arguments from the Obama Regime offered up to the Supremes to support ObamaCare were these:
1. Health Insurance is waaaaay different than any other product…and we would never EVER try to force anyone to buy anything else (although, ahem, this would give us the power to do so)
2. If everyone was FORCED to buy it, then the cost of it would go down
In re. #1….puhleeze! Granting the government the POWER to compel Americans to buy anything THEY deem as “necessary”, and then trusting them to NEVER use that power again??? This argument is laughable…yet this is exactly what Vermicelli (or whatever his name is) argued on March 27.
In re. #2…it’s sooooo expensive because not everyone buys it! So if everyone HAD to buy it, then the cost would go down. Same things goes for the Chevy Volt…right? Uh oh…
As with the Civil War, there will be many more battles even if we win this one. But as with Gettysburg, once the South lost that battle, the end was inevitable. If we lose this battle, and the government is granted ultimate power over all our decisions (even though they, like, PROMISE not to use it…unless it’s like REALLY REALLY necessary) then the end is inevitable.
One man now holds the fate of our nation in his hands.
How the hell did we get out on this tightrope anyway?