As the Conservative philosopher Edmund Burke once remarked, “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” As our economy braces for the third anniversary of Obamacare later this month, we are running out of time to prevent its full implementation. If this Big Government overreach is to be stopped, Republican leaders in Congress have a small window to repeal it. The clock is ticking, and they must act now.
This week, House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin announced his plan to balance the federal budget in ten years, which requires the elimination of Obamacare. Ryan has taken the important additional step of endorsing federal block grants for Medicaid users, instead of growing the program through Obamacare, which gives more flexibility in providing services to the poor while saving taxpayers an estimated $770 billion. This budget blueprint must be put into action during this year’s appropriations process.
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