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Obamacare will be biggest story of 2014


Which branch of government has the Constitutional responsibility to write the laws?

Is it the Executive Branch, the Judicial Branch, or the Legislative Branch? Only the Legislative Branch can write law.

So how does the Executive Branch keep rewriting Obamacare?
There have been dozens of changes to the law passed by the Legislative Branch. In fact, the Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sibelius, who works for the Executive Branch has written most of the law, after the Democrat controlled Congress passed the law in 2009. Remember, Nancy Pelosi told the American people: "We have to pass the law to find out what is in the law."

Well it will soon be 2014 and all of us are going to find out what Kathleen Sibelius has un-Constitutionally, put into the law.

I point out this statement by Nancy Pelosi because it shows how un-Constitutional this law has been from the beginning. Each change to the law is also un-Constitutional because it too is done by the Executive Branch, not the Legislative Branch. In fact, this law by its nature is destroying the rule of law and our Constitution. So, when you find out what the law will do to your health care in 2014, remember it took lies and bribes to get it passed in 2009, and not one Republican voted for it.

There will be only one way to get rid of this abomination, and that is to vote in the 2014 Congressional Elections, for those who will "repeal" this law.

Till then, hold on to your wallet, Obamacare is coming for it.

Tom McElwee

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