If the GOP Cavalry Doesn't Come

In the wake of the Supreme Court's ObamaCare decision, conservatives await the arrival of the GOP Cavalry after a Republican victory in November. What if that cavalry doesn't come?  Or what if it arrives poorly armed, on lame horses, with dull leadership? As the autopsy on the SCOTUS decision continues, pundits focus on deciphering the reasoning behind Chief Justice John Roberts' support for ObamaCare.   At this point, the analysis is somewhat interesting, but irrelevant.  My dog died recently.  I don't know exactly why, and I don't need to know.  I just know he died.  And that's that. Likewise, SCOTUS didn't kill ObamaCare, and, for now, ObamaCare lives.  The once-hoped for Roberts' Cavalry Troop never saddled up.  They mumbled something about rescue not being their job.  And that's that. Conservatives now await a troop of newly elected Republican congressional legislators who will ride into D.C. hell-bent-to-leather, determined to turn...(Read Full Article)