Even Obama Doesn’t Believe in Obamacare
On Monday President Obama finally admitted that Obamacare is not the right answer to the healthcare problem. Nancy and Harry must be fuming after the political capital (including Nancy’s position) that was spent to put that magnanimous piece of garbage through Congress.
Obama held a call with state Governors in an effort to calm the waters.. or something. His push to socialize America’s health care sector has put him in a precarious position and now.. he has to get re-elected.
Hosting governors of both parties on his own turf, Obama offered them what they often request: more flexibility as they cope with painful budget dilemmas. Declaring that he would “go to bat for whatever works,” Obama supported letting states propose their own health care plans by 2014 — three years faster than the current law allows. 
A constitutionalist’s concern would be that the executive branch even thinks that it has the ability to “go to bat for whatever works” despite the provision already signed into law. Secondly, what kind of leader decides to throw up his hands and tell everyone else to come up with something and if it works, he’ll be behind it?
Perhaps there is more to this statement that it appears. Even though Obamacare came too fast and too easy. It was obviously a product of years (if not decades) of progressive think tanks trying to figure out how to take over the American health care system. Why the balk, blink, flinch? Why is he now trying to walk it all back? Not because he’s suddenly become intelligent enough to understand the mistake. Is it because he knows his re-election is in danger or is it something else? Barack H. Obama is still on the campaign trail or there is an ulterior motive.
I’d like to enter into evidence.. Ulterior motive:
..a source on a White House conference call with liberal allies this morning says the Administration is presenting it to Democrats as an opportunity to offer more expansive health care plans than the one Congress passed.
There it is. It might just be about finally accomplishing what he, Nancy and Harry failed to get done in 2010. President Obama wants a public option, or worse, a single payer system – socialized medicine – and he wants it now.
This is not Obama’s curtsy to the autonomy of the states. He is no lover of State’s rights or individual liberties. Obama may have just realized that he is in a great hurry to get single-payer into place considering the upheaval in 2010 and that which is destined to come in 2012.
 “Obama: Flexibility OK, but health care law remains” http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/us_obama_governors
 “On call, officials stress public options in health care shift” http://www.politico.com/blogs/bensmith/0211/On_call_officials_stress_public_options_in_health_care_shift.html