So here’s something I don’t understand about the electorate (and I’m using “electorate” as a euphemism for – mostly – liberals): people seem to complain that Republicans in Congress should stop trying to repeal or disassemble Obamacare because it has already been voted into legislation (and is therefore somehow untouchable), and yet these same people (or, at least, similar people…remember, I’m talking about the group known as the electorate, a group made of interchangeable sub-groups depending on the issue) cry that stand your ground legislation (that is: legislation that has already been passed) should be repealed.

If somebody can tell me a logical reason for how someone can be for one type of legislative action but against the other, I’d love to hear it.

-JD Cross