Democrats are starting to crack on Obamacare.
The country is not ready for this insurance mandate.
Obama has granted exemptions to special interests and extensions to big business.
What about the American People, too?
Joe Manchin (D-West Virginia) literally busted a cap in the Cap and Trade bill when he ran for US Senate. He promised to protect his state's coal mining industry.
At the same time, he support the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which is undermining industries all over the country.
Employment has not bottomed out, and even though Wall Street rallies, Main Street still wonders how they are going to get by from day to day.
Moderate Democrats, as well as red-state Dems should think twice about supporting a law which the majority of voters do not like.
House Republicans have done their best to protect patients from the Patient Protection law, and Democrats in the House are beginning to side with the Republicans.
Not just because they want to get the government running again, but also because they want to get rid of the grosser aspects of the already too-big-to-exist legislation.
How many Medicare exchanges have failed in the last week?
How many doctors have left the profession because of the rules, regulations, and reams of red tape keeping them away from their patients and forcing them to plow their paperwork?
How many insured have seen their insurance premiums go up because of this law?
The damage is already done, with businesses forcing employees into part-time employment, with more businesses fleeing to other countries.
When will the train wreck of Obamacare come to an end?
Senator Joe Manchin has agreed with the conservatives in Washington: it's time to delay this terrible law for individuals, not just for businesses and special interests.