Governor Refuses To Comply With “Obamacare” Until After November Election

Posted on June 27, 2012

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HOLY $#!&, This really happened!!!!

Wisconsin (The Gaslamp Post) – Wisconsin State Governor Scott Walker, having just faced and won a recall election is once again standing his ground for the people of his state.  Having been one of the most outspoken critics of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Governor Walker vowed not to do anything to comply with the law until it was ruled upon by the Supreme Court.

Gov. Scott Walker (R) of Wisconsin is not backing down regardless of what the Supreme Court rules on Obamacare, but instead is counting on President Obama being voted out of the White House in November.

The republican governor who had the balls to stand up to and defeat the unions earlier this month, took an even bolder stand; Governor Walker changed his mind about waiting until the United States Supreme Court rules on Obamacare.  He is now refusing to comply with the law altogether, and will not do anything to get his state compliant until the November election.

He is counting on two things: that President Obama is voted out of office this fall, and that the new administration and Congress will do as they promised and repeal the unconstitutional act.

In the event that President Obama is reelected, Governor Walker said that he would “figure out some alternative within the state.”

“Walker’s decision to wait until after the November election before doing anything makes sense,” said state Assembly Health Committee Chairman Rep. Jeff Stone, R-Greendale, according to WITI-TV.

(h/t:  WITI-TV)

More states need a governor like this guy.  People wanted to recall him WHY????