Imminent demise of the Republican party

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If the Supreme Court voids the Affordable Healthcare law, the 35 million that will loose insurance immediately will create a backlash that will eliminate the republican and tea parties from the future by a landslide vote for President Obama that will be a mandate much greater than 2008 for his second term in office and will provide the opportunity for him to change the balance in the Supreme Court to a more rational one with much less ideological bias.

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I sometimes wonder at what point does one who votes against their own best interest finally wakes up. When it's to late perhaps?

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Dano45
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Quote Dano45:

I sometimes wonder at what point does one who votes against their own best interest finally wakes up. When it's to late perhaps?

How does one vote against their best intetest? Use examples of policies that are against someones best interest.

If the obama Care mandate is up held. When health Care costs continue to go up how long Will it be before the government forces everyone to join a gym?

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