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Songwronger BS: So who's signed up for Obamacare? (599* d) RE: BS: So who's signed up for Obamacare? 22 Jul 14

Obamacare passed in congress, even though it was unconstitutional. If the federal government can force you to buy a type of insurance, then it can force you to buy plaid neckties. Obamacare was an alliance of convenience between the fascists who want big business to benefit from government action, and Marxists who want to wreck the American financial system in any way they can.

So Obamacare passed, Obama signed it, and then when it was challenged, a criminal Supreme Court said that yes, the government can force you to spend your money buying certain things. This was the same court that said blacks aren't human and George W. Bush would be appointed (not elected) to the presidency.

And now Washington will start saying that they're ALL SUCH FUCKUPS. We didn't see this wording glitch in the Obamacare law coming. Sorry, but your insurance polices are null and void.

Obamacare is calculated genocide, given to us by a federal government that's been bought by anti-human banking interests. The goals of the program are to:

* Destroy the American financial system,

* Bankrupt you personally so that you are totally dependent on government, and then,

* Kill you off with lack of medical attention.

Obama and all who enabled him in this atrocity need to be arrested, fairly tried for genocide and then executed.

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