Let me take a far out guess here... could it be the ACA?
Sure, it had a hard time getting up on its feet. Such a massive program almost guarantees computer glitches and gremlins. Some of those gremlins were and are real human beings such as Hudgens here in Georgia who has done everything he can to derail the ACA. But it will, IMHO, be yesterday's news by the time the elections roll around.
I hate to be the one to break it to you conservatives but BHO's constituency is EXPANDING not CONTRACTING. America is ready for the Hillary juggernaut to come make things copacetic. It may entail the force feeding of some conservatives that survive their civil war. But we Liberals are acquainted to the practical application of administering a political enema.
And...if some of you tough talking conservative boys can't take the medicine we will be force feeding, no worries.
We will have opiates on hand.
How about that Jimmy, the bipartisan bill passed 332-94 in the House with 169 Republicans and 163 Democrats signing on. Paul Ryan is quite a leader and knows how to pick his battles so that we may focus on the War in 2014 and 2016. “Keep Obamacare debacle in the forefront”
The Obamacare train wreck can’t be fixed without repeal and replacement. It is amongst the most flawed legislation ever passed in US History. Like you said it’s massive and falls in the same categories as Social Security, Medicaid and Medicare which were all passed under a Democrat President with bipartisan passage. ACA had not one Republican vote because Obama, Pelosi and Reid failed to reach across the aisle during the legislative process.
Obama tried to compare the ACA to the Civil Rights Act. Healthcare is not a civil right; you don’t have citizens pay a penalty, fine or tax for not signing up for a service.
Bi-partisanship is all I want Funk. That is all.
You and Sebe have demonstrated an administrative boondoggle as it pertains to the ACA. I MUST point out though that it came without BODYBAGS. Inanimate paper legislation can be fixed. Dead American Soldiers looking for non-existent WMD's cannot.
Sebe: just one point. I think you should ask the families who lost loved ones due to W.'s war if they are in fact "over it." And I also think that you are counting your chickens (votes) before they hatch in the voting booths.
Try not to get too testy on this one Sebe. There will be more to come from both sides that will provide fodder for these pages.