Rush Limbaugh: "Our Freedom Of Choice Just Met Its Death Panel"
RUSH: I'm really concerned here, the amount of power this guy is now going to think that he's got. And it's payback time now, by the way. Ask Arizona about that. This is payback time. But they're gonna have to readjust their campaign strategery, 'cause I know Obama was gonna run against, you know, four white guys and an Uncle Tom. He can't run against the Supreme Court now. He's really had a big campaign issue taken away from him in one sense, and we've had one-handed to us. This whole thing has now become purely political. With the court ruling that this is a tax and it turns out to be the largest tax increase in world history and a tax that we were deceived about, it becomes a purely political issue. It's made to order for the campaign, made to order.
Obama's got nothing to defend. He can go out there and defend this bill all day long, but the number of people who don't want any part of it just multiplied. He's gotta go out and defend and brag about a law that nobody wants, or a vast majority of the American people don't want. He has to go out and try to defend an economic plan that's resulted in destruction of the American private sector. You try to look for positives wherever you can, folks, and along those lines, there is a, to me, still somewhat confusing aspect of a ruling here on Medicaid and the states. There's this little excerpt here from the majority opinion.
And does so as a result of a massive tax increase that the regime, the president, and the Congress all denied this bill was.
Our freedom of choice just met its death panel: The Supreme Court.