Note: This article is cross-posted from our friends at FloridaWatchdog.org
By William Patrick | Florida Watchdog
TALLAHASSEE — Like it or not, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, is the law of the land.
Besides passing a Democratic-controlled Congress in 2010 and receiving the blessing of President Obama, Chief Justice John Roberts, a Bush 43 nominee, upheld the law last summer when he cast the deciding U.S. Supreme Court vote, 5-4.
That being said, the massive federal health-care overhaul still faces many challenges, not the least of which is the law’s near irreconcilable complexities and consistent unpopularity.
Here’s a look at the top 10 obstacles and concerns Floridians should know about the largest social entitlement since Medicare: Continue reading
Well, today is finally primary day in Florida!
Unfortunately, turnout in primaries is usually very low even though many of the races are truly decided now rather than in November.
Over the last several weeks, we have identified some key races and offered #ReaganistaCertified endorsements. These are races in which we felt there was a lot at stake, which is why we decided to dedicate entire articles to them, such as the Florida Congressional District 9 GOP Primary race, where we encourage everyone to support John Q (undoubtedly the most important primary in the state).
Then there are other races that although we did not dedicate whole posts to, we have decided to offer recommendations.
For a full list of recommendations and #ReaganistaCertified endorsements, please click here.
To all you solid conservative Republican candidates, good luck! To you RINOs, backstabbers, and other such malcontents, not so much.