As the discussion on defunding Obamacare has gained some traction recently, the catchphrase from the lips of every prominent Democrat is "it's the law of the land!". Since when has "the law of the land" made a difference to these people? Certainly not when the "law of the land" was the Defense of Marriage Act. Certainly not when the "law of the land" was to arrest detain and deport illegal aliens--and we could go on and on of course. Only when it suits their interests will they trot out an argument as banal as "it's the law of the land", as if that should close down discussion, and foreclose changing altering or repealing some "law of the land".

Every law they don't approve of is either ignored, appealed to a sympathetic judicial system to have it amended or abolished, or properly, brought up for political discussion to work on having it changed. This particular "law of the land",  Obamacare, was foisted on the American people without one Republican vote in Congress, in the middle of the night, with no one having had time to read the 2000 page Bill, with the Supreme Court shredding the Constitution in order to declare it Constitutional, and then innumerable exceptions were made for its enforcement and implementation. Democrat/liberal partisans now demand that this terrible law, implemented in a terrible fashion, that will ruin our health care system and bankrupt our country and do  irreparable harm to our liberty, should simply now be quietly accepted just because it is currently "the law of the land"? 

I don't think so – and neither should you! God bless Folks like Sen. Ted Cruz, and Sen. Mike Lee for their valiant efforts to shine the light of simple truth on this fiasco that is, for now at least, "the law of the land". If the Republican Party has the Constitutional authority to defund and derail this travesty (hopefully as a first step to fully repealing Obamacare), then I pray they stand up and do it!

Ricky Lee Jackson 

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Some have joined Tea Parties, stormed town halls, others like family practice physician and country recording artist Ricky Lee Jackson have taken to the microphone... 
he wants his country back." 
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