Ga finds a way around BOcare

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    Obama will sign and executive order abolishing state rights. Problem solved!
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    Excerpt from WSJ article below on yet another way.

    "If the president can exempt big business, big labor and big government for another year, Congress should have the courage to exempt the American people.

    Sen. Mike Lee's approach of asking his colleagues to pledge their support for a continuing resolution that funds all of government except ObamaCare is our best approach."


    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB100...79039283225943124.html?ru=yahoo?mod=yahoo_itp
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    my first thought too
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    The continuing resolution to fund the government with the exception of Obamacare, may work. The problem is finding news agencies to publicize what the Pubs are trying to do and why. Since so many exemptions have been granted and no one seems to care, it is likely only Fox and WSJ would write about Pub efforts and give them an audience.
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    This is actually GENIUS on his part. It's true that if you are selling health insurance in each state you have to be licensed in that state to do business. Hussein and "my people" will sue Georgia by Tuesday.

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