Conservatives say one thing while practicing another .
The south is wall to wall with Republicans who scream about Democrats while using every type of government support there is.
The anti-Obama bible belt states probably get more public assistance than any area in USA.
How nice it must be to be a complete hypocrite.
"Mitt Romney Supporter Turns To Obamacare"
Melissa Littlewood of Sarasota, Fla., voted for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney because she thinks the government is becoming too expansive, too intrusive, and too burdensome for small business owners such as herself.
At the same time, President Barack Obama's health care law, reviled by conservatives as an expansion of big government, may be the only way for Littlewood to get affordable health insurance.
"I think we're in a society that is on a runaway train," Littlewood said. "I think I'm about to see what that is all about."
Polls show that Americans, collectively speaking, are as ambivalent about the law as they are about the president himself. Under Obama's watch, the Affordable Care Act's major provisions are supposed to take effect in 2014, extending insurance coverage to 30 million Americans whether they like it or not.
Littlewood knows from personal experience that the health care system's status quo is no good. She has owned an automotive accessory business for 34 years. She said her company's group health insurance policy, which covers her and one employee, costs $1,460 per month. If she renews the policy for another year, its monthly premiums will go up to $1,553.
She said she can't afford it anymore, but she has no other choice for obtaining coverage, since no insurance company will offer an affordable plan to a 59-year-old breast cancer survivor.
"I think I'm being discriminated against," she said. "I am healthy and I am tired of getting beat up each year with the high insurance costs." http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/07/romn...