Saturday, October 19, 2013

Ocare Petition/Boycott

Cruz and the new GOP ought to push the idea of counting paying folks signing up for Obamacare as a petition.  If 50% of those eligible sign up by Dec 15, then he'll stand down and let Ocare proceed, otherwise, Ocare goes away.   Seems only those actually paying some premium expense would be eligible to be counted in this petition as those getting Ocare for free are bought with other people's money.   

Even if this idea doesn't make headway in Congress, it's likely to be picked up by average Bubbas and Bubbets who log onto Ocare and find they'll be paying big bucks for Ocare.  Unlike subsidized Congresscritterrs, folks in the struggling Oconomy of Main Street will have to redirect their plans for a new house, new boat, new car, nice vacation and saving for college for their kids to pay for Ocare, with it's $6000 deductible and high premiums. 

Some might call the people's Ocare petition to be an Ocare boycott -- big deal, liberals try the same sort of thing all the time against conservative companies...   Let the Ocrats make all the noise they want to fight it -- all publicity is good publicity if your cause is just...