Chief justice should have put a stop to Obamacare

2013-12-23T00:00:00Z Chief justice should have put a stop to Obamacare
December 23, 2013 12:00 am

My fellow Americans, this health insurance plan devised by the president is a train wreck of the first degree.

He knew three years ago that millions of the citizens would lose their health insurance, and he went along with Obamacare anyway. And all Democrats who voted for the massive sinking of our country did not read any part of this terrible health plan.

Many of these congressmen who put their John Henry should be given their walking papers come next election.

Remember every Republican voted against this downfall of our country. But of all the finger-pointing, the American people have forgotten the one man who could have put the Obama health plan on ice forever is the chief justice. He should resign now, because he did not read this killing of jobs and turning ours into an economy of a part-time employment.

This will be the destruction of the greatest country the world has ever known.

- Romano "Rocky" Rubino, Highland

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