Obama: “After my election, I will have more flexibility”

Yesterday when President Obama thought his microphone was off, he said to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, “After my election, I will have more flexibility.”
He was talking about missile defense, but as The Washington Post asked, “is there anyone who thinks Obama, should he get a second term, wouldn’t run wild with policies and positions that the majority of the electorate oppose?”

We’ve already seen him do it with Obamacare’s individual mandate that would force you to buy health insurance or pay a penalty to the federal government. A recent poll indicated that 72% of Americans believe it’s unconstitutional for the federal government to force us to buy a product, but the president is doing it anyway.

Another onerous aspect of Obamacare is the $20 billion medical device tax. Last week, I wrote an op-ed that appeared in the St. Paul Pioneer Press and the harmful effects it will have on our economy and healthcare system. According to the Columbus Dispatch, the tax is “already killing jobs and hurting businesses” and small companies “are particularly worried they’ll be put out of business by it,” but that hasn’t stopped the president.

At this point, it’s fair to ask, “What would President Obama’s agenda be in a second term?” I hope we don’t have to find out, but it underscores the importance of winning as many U.S. Senate seats as possible to block the Obama agenda.

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Pete Hegseth

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