Whoopeedoo about an online petition that has zero legal authority.
It will be interesting to see if KY people accept reform; they haven’t for decades.
..........there is a daily war in the US, and the world, between the RIGHT and the LEFT, and it has always been with us and always will. The problem is that the RIGHT went to sleep for a few decades and is only just now waking up.
These lefties do not give a damn about what is the right thing to do, they don’t give a damn about patriotism, they don’t give a damn about the veterans, the flag, active duty soldiers, confiscatory taxes, murdering babies or smearing someone’s career or finding common ground. They hate church, they hate employers, they hate ANY successful person, they hate the Constitution, indeed, they even hate God himself Beat em on one issue and they just move to the next relentlessly and without any moral grounding of any kind or nature whatsoever. Harry Reid being the Poster Boy for the left. All the while they’re yelling compromise, compromise, compromise. The right is now saying FY and your compromise. It is about time.
So far they’ve been tougher and more dedicated and tenacious than the right.
Not correct. That is indeed a secondary benefit. But the reason for doing this is that Breshear, IN VIOLATION OF THE KY CONSTITUTION, issued an EO to create the exchange, and this illegality should be corrected. This is clearly a legislative function, not an executive one in Kentucky. Breshear knew this, he knew that the republicans did not have the votes to stop his illegal EO. He also knew (correctly it turns out) that the activist courts would side with him when the Republicans sued him.
On line petition? Pfft!!!
Just a bunch of kids Rollin round the cabin floor.
Bevin rigging the election would have required the cooperation of Alison Lundergan Grimes - the Democrat, partisan SOS, and a number of Dem County clerks. Embarrasingly nonsensical.
There was something very strange about the election. Not much turnout and somehow the former governor’s son was elected as the Attorney General and the former Governor is still hanging around trying to protect his Obamacare implementation with a “non-profit.” That’s why there is so much friction. While Bevin has supported cutting spending, there is not one tax cut and frankly the economic future of the state feels bleak. Where he is able to keep promises, they are mostly in the social area, such as blocking an unlicensed abortion facility from performing abortions, and printing new County Clerk marriage license forms so that a single-sex marriage uses a different form....