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This comment is bass ackwards. It is the neocons and Republican Party (as well as Democrat) that are more concerned with Syria than Romneycare. They are all chomping at the bit to get into another war in Syria. They are willing to pursue the most extreme measures possible for a pointless endeavor on the other side of the planet, possibly triggering world war and nuclear war. Sure they are willing to talk about Romneycare on the campaign trail, yet they are not willing to go to one hundredth of the measures to fight Romney care as they are to get us into another war in Syria. The Republican elite and neocons have their priorities backwards. If they had just a fraction of the resolve to fight Romneycare as they do Syria, than Why aren’t they demanding nullification in all fifty states? Why aren’t they pushing mass protest on the capital building? Why aren’t they pushing State secession? All these measures pale in comparison to the war they are pushing.

Maybe if they stood up for non-interventionists foreign policies like free markets, free trade, open commerce instead of economy destroying, nation bankrupting isolationist policies of war, military threats, sanctions, blockades, they would win elections in landslides and Romneycare would be gone overnight. But unfortunately the neocons and Republican elite have their priorities mixed up. Like some self-proclaimed worldwide tyrannical soviet politburo dictatorship, they are far more concerned with imposing their politics on minor countries on the far side of the globe rather than saving their own country.

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