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Massachusetts Democratic Representative says Obamacare will bury Democrats in 2014

April 21, 2014

 Massachusetts Democratic Representative Stephen Lynch, who is actually perhaps the lone reasonable Democrat in a state run my the ultra-left, had some interesting comments on Obamacare.

  Here is part of what he had to say:

“We will lose seats in the House,” said Lynch. “And I think we may lose the Senate. I think that’s a possibility if things continue to go the way they have been… primarily because of health care.” 

Lynch added, “There’s all these taxes and fees that are the tough medicine, that up to now they haven’t implemented. I don’t know who’s going to do that. Maybe… they expect the next administration is going to put these penalties in place. I think that’s the time it’s going to hit the fan.”

  While Barack Obama is trying to convince Democrats to be proud of Obamacare this is one Democrat who apparently is not falling for the regime’s line, in fact he seems to be doing the opposite.

  He actually admitted what many on the right have been saying for quite some time and that is the fact that the most painful aspects of this law have been delayed until after the election when Barack Obama will not have to worry about being the person who implements all these tax increases, even though he is responsible for them.

  As for his prediction: we can only hope he is right.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. cmblake6 permalink
    April 23, 2014 12:37 pm

    Good. Very good. What rolls downhill gets all over them.

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