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Obamacare: Legal Today Does Not Mean Good, Flawless, or Effective Right Now

In Articles on October 10, 2013 at 4:41 pm

“Obamacare may be legal, but Republicans have a point in wanting this law delayed, modified, or repealed from its current form – even if their methods for addressing the glitches of this legislation are mistimed or misguided. There is enough evidence out there to make the case aside from the political animus.”

NEW YORK CITY (October 10, 2013) –  “…we have to admit: Republicans have a point, once we examine what is going on with Obamacare. The legality of a law does not make that law a good law, a moral law, or a functional law…Laws deemed constitutional by the courts do not mean that they are inherently good for our communities, reflective of the needs of Americans, or rooted in the spirit of the American Dream of liberty and justice for all…From the exceptions granted to constituents of former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi to the on-going self-repeal of the ACA through Obama-mandated delays to implementing the law, it is becoming clear that the law – though well-intended – has enough technical and process-related problems that an overall delay of executing the law in its current form has merit…even if some of the rhetoric behind the effort to delay Obamacare might not.”



Lenny McAllister (the “Working Man’s Conservative”), Republican strategist and pundit, and former congressional candidate, posts his latest article on Global Grind (


His post, “Obamacare: Legal Today Does Not Mean Good, Flawless, or Effective Right Now” is featured on the hip hop website founded by mogul Russell Simmons and run by activist Michael Skolnik.


Read the whole article “Obamacare: Legal Today Does Not Mean Good, Flawless, or Effective Right Now” on the Global Grind website.  Also catch the October 10 version of “Get Right with Lenny McAllister” by clicking the hyperlink HERE. Hear “The McAllister Minute” on the American Urban Radio Network, as the nationally-syndicated commentary is aired on over 400 stations throughout the AURN network.




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