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Monday, 26 March 2012

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You'll've course heard it first from ol' JK weighing in - recall my saying your proclamation David, "Romney's a shoo-in?" not so fast there mate [did I get that correctly? "Mate" I mean - here we use "Buddy"] anyway, Scalia will vote to uphold.

Surprisingly, maybe to you, I think it will be a Dem appointed Justice who is most likely to declare it unconstitutional - Justice Kennedy.

Oops. Sincere apologies Justice Kennedy. Incidentally - I moved - I'm now residing in the Aleutians.

This comment is from Andra who had difficulty posting it:

Why doesn't anybody want Americans to be able to go to a hospital without selling a kidney and a leg or two?
I simply don't understand this.
JK - great to hear your sweet voice.

Mate? Are you trying to pass as an Aussie now?

And furthermore - Why doesn't anybody want Americans to be able to go to a hospital without selling a kidney and a leg or two?
I simply don't understand this.
JK - great to hear your sweet voice.

oh hell. overkill

Oh dear, confusion reigns! I was only responding to your plaintive e-mail, Andra. Anyway, to your main point, Americans will probably have sell more than just a kidney or a leg to pay for Obama's monstrous invention.

JK, I think when I emphasised the chance Romney had I was relying on the analysis of MDA. Alas, the collateral damage brought about by the Republican nomination process has damaged Romney but onthe other hand, as soon as he's nominated they can start to turn the searchlight on Obama's actual record.

First things first (I guess, in the American Southern way - "off-topic").

"JK, I think when I emphasised the chance Romney had I was relying on the analysis of MDA. Alas, the collateral damage brought about by the Republican nomination process has damaged Romney but onthe other hand, as soon as he's nominated they can start to turn the searchlight on Obama's actual record." See above. If it goes to the convention - there'll be a mere two months to "explain away" how Romneycare is different from Obamacare.

From a strategic Stand-Back, Romney's is decidedly different - but it will be the great unwashed masses of the American electorate who'll be deciding the ultimate - and there's the rub. The unwashed masses won't differentiate between the strategic and the tactical.

A mere two months to sway "the deciders" isn't enough.

Now. Where was I? Oh yes. Scalia.

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/scalia-mocks-health-care-law-cornhusker-kickback-provision-205148292.html

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