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Mike Huckabee wants to protect his freedom not to be concerned with another Americans health care. 

New AD from Restore Americas Voice Foundation at the expense of the voice of 50 Million Americans who will now have Affordable Health Care,  seen in Pennsylvania wants you to add your name to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better demagogued on the Right as ObamaCare, or as I like to say at times National Romneybama Care. Don't you just love how a Republican Presidential Candidate tries to divorce himself from his greatest accomplishment in his only elected position.

I mean you can't run on shipping American Manufacturing to China or downsizing American companies while making a profit for shareholders and yourself while leaving taxpayers on the hook for the Workers pensions, how you were once supposedly more Pro-Gay Rights than Ted Kennedy, invested in Stericycle; the company that disposes of aborted fetuses and even donated money to planned parenthood when you were a US Senate hopeful in the 90s.

Or my favorite how Ann and you understand what working families go through because while you were out shipping working class families jobs overseas Ann was working hard at home raising your five boys. I'm sure it was hard raising five boys, in January my wife and I will learn how hard it is to raise one boy, however like many Americans we will learn how it is hard to raise that child while both parents work. 

So let's get back to health care and Romney surrogate Mike Huckabee need to return to The Pre-Insurance Company Protection days and Pre-Existing Care days of yore. We have to Repeal this, we really do and not because parts of it are very popular when not demagogued as ObamaCare, but because we want to be free not to care about another's health care, especially when it drives Insurance Company profits down. I mean 80% of all the money Insurance Companies take in have to go to Patient Care, not executive bonuses, lobbying or other administrative costs

And let's not forget how ObamaCares took money from Medicare and will bankrupt it; you know the latest SeniorScare tactic. According to an article from, ObamaCares could be improving something that Republicans rarely care for and consider a tool of class warfare; Corporate Accountability. In the article, Oklahoma State Senator Jim Wilson (D) states:

"PPACA is not expanding Medicare coverage per se," said Wilson. "It is, however, going to require people get better treatment. For instance, Medicare spends $165 million per year in Oklahoma for hospital readmissions due to mistakes and poor followup. The real value of PPACA is Medicare will finally be paying for how well the patient does, instead of the number of unnecessary procedures." (
Helping to address a conservative state bleeding 165 million per year in wasted taxpayer funds sounds awfully Fiscally Responsible. Think of all the Tax Cuts for those who don't need it that will now be available in the Sooner State.

The greatest fear I believe Conservatives like Mike Huckabee and Mitt Romney (who plays one on TV) have is by adapting a health care initiative created by a Conservative Think Tank, instituted on the state level by a once Massachusetts Moderate and advanced by a Democratic President will prove to be quite successful, even when valiantly distorted to protect profits in the name of not my problem and freedom not to care.

The Party that Opposed the creation Medicare, idea of Social Security, welcomed the Southern Strategy and the Southern Democrats with open arms once again wants to push an individuals mandate not to care for your fellow American.

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Originally posted to Rich Bergen on Wed Aug 29, 2012 at 01:15 PM PDT.

Also republished by DKos Pennsylvania.

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    I have been thinking that I would make a proposition to my Republican friends... that if they will stop telling lies about the Democrats, we will stop telling the truth about them. (Adlai Stevenson)

    by ProgressMoShuffle on Wed Aug 29, 2012 at 01:15:24 PM PDT

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