Thought this deserved it's own thread. Check it out... This might be slim hope, but I think most of us recognize at this point that Boehner's in no position to fight on, having received no cover from the people after this election. Clearly, John Roberts is a fucking lunatic... no help there. But can our governors and state legislatures put such a hurtin' on this thing so as to make it untenable? Read the whole article. For the sake of fair use, I just pulled you out one tasty bit. But it seems to me that if the States refuse to set up these exchanges and refuse to expand Medicaid, like Virginia's Bob McDonnell has said he'll do, it's going to be a rough row to hoe in Obamaland. And as you read down the article, these governors do appear to have good political cover as this thing chews such great holes in their budgets. More than half the States rose up to challenge it already. Will they follow through?