Obamacare Upheld in Court – But It’s What Obama Did After That Will Make You Livid

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The Supreme Court submitted to Obama in a despicable way on Thursday when it issued it’s ruling in the controversial King v. Burwell case. According to Conservative Tribune, the highest court in the land ruled to uphold federal subsidies for Obamacare, despite clear language in the contrary in the law itself.

Obama was almost giddy after the ruling, and he wasted no time in rubbing the decision in the face of the GOP.

“Today after more than 50 votes in Congress to repeal or weaken this law, after a presidential election based in part on preserving or repealing this law, after multiple challenges to this law before the Supreme Court, the Affordable Care Act is here to stay,” Obama said. “If the partisan challenge to this law would have succeeded, millions of Americans would have had thousands of dollars of tax credits taken from them.”

“America would have gone backwards, and that’s not what we do,” the president added, not realizing how ironic this statement is. He clearly doesn’t realize that he has just set race relations back decades with his behavior over recent months.

“That’s not what America does. We move forward. So today is a victory for hard-working Americans all across this country whose lives will continue to become more secure in a changing economy because of this law,” Obama continued shamelessly. “This has never been a government takeover of health care. This was about setting fairer rules.”

It’s sickening that the Supreme Court has decided to submit to Obama’s will once again with this inexcusable decision. Obama can gloat all he wants, but this doesn’t change the fact that his presidency has still been an epic failure that we will undoubtedly take years to recover from.

Now, more than ever, it’s crucial that we get a GOP in the White House in 2016 so that we can knock the Democrats down a peg by repealing the un-Affordable Care Act.

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