Bachmann on the existential urgency of removing Obamacare
Since its passage in March 2010, I have consistently said that repealing Obamacare is the transcendent issue in the 2012 presidential election. There is one GOP candidate who absolutely understands and agrees with that position: Michele Bachmann. In an interview with Dick Morris, she explains how Obamacare is already spreading its tentacles through the government bureaucracy; how merely executing an executive order against it, as Romney and Perry have pledged to do, is insufficient to stop it; and how only a president totally committed to the long hard job of completely extricating Obamacare can free the country from it.
There is no Bachmann bubble. Her campaign is going very well in Iowa, where they are putting all their resources. She is staying under the radar right now, preferring to put all her eggs in the Iowa basket. She will win the Iowa caucus in early January and be a top tier candidate again. There is no attempt to do well in New Hampshire, but the bump she gets from Iowa will insure a decent showing. Then on to South Carolina for her most important victory and the momentum will be established for her to secure the nomination (if we traditionalists are lucky). She is our best hope to have some important issues near and dear to our hearts get dealt with especially if we make our voices loud, and heard early in her Presidency.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at October 11, 2011 10:13 AM | Send