February 9, 2010
Why is it that Republicans don’t just say our constituencies do not want Obama-care, straight up, NO with no apologies. Leading House Republicans raised the prospect Monday night that they might refuse to participate in President Obama’s proposed health care summit if the White House chooses not to scrap the existing reform bills and start over.
In a letter to White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, House Minority Leader John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) and Minority Whip Eric Cantor (R-Va.) expressed frustration at reports that Obama intends to put the Democratic bills on the table for discussion at the Feb. 25 summit.
“If the starting point for this meeting is the job-killing bills the American people have already soundly rejected, Republicans would rightly be reluctant to participate,” Boehner and Cantor wrote.
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January 13, 2010
CNSNews is reporting that the latest Gallup Poll finds that 58% of Americans OPPOSE ObamaCare while only 37% approve.
October 8, 2009
Not fooling anyone …… the clear truth is that a vote for cloture is a vote for Government Rationed Healthcare, and not just its ruinous impact on Medicare for seniors and medicine generally, but also for the trickery that is obscuring the real and vast costs of the bills and the refusal to allow the American people the opportunity to see and read what it is they are being obliged to sacrifice their health care and benefits for.
How will we pay for it? Remember, Medicare was scored by the CBO as never to cost more than $12 billion a year — It now costs way over $100 billion a year.
Does anyone think these deficits can continue?
October 8, 2009
If he didn’t want to get elected …
Isn’t this why the bill’s text is kept hidden?
October 8, 2009
It’s actually called lying, you know it, I know it.
So you wonder why Congress won’t make the bills available before they vote? What, you figure the health care bill was designed to actually improve healthcare and they wanted to surprise you? Nope, it’s the same old bait and switch, Heritage Foundation gets to the bottom of a nearly bottomless pit of trickery, charade and downright lying.
Look at it this way, this is what Heritage found in the “concept” not the real bill. Yes we are dealing with concept bills, but very fake costs. The real legislative language is a fill in the “BLANKS” kind of thing, since last time the COngress actually put the real language in a bill they were planning to voter for, the people didn’t like at all.
So now they think a ‘VAPOR’ bill will keep your criticism away.
When do you think the Congress and President will stop lying to the American people? Probably when the DNC parrot media rolls over and gasps its last.
October 5, 2009
Sure it will … Just like his stimulus bill did. How many ways can you say “YOU LIE”.
Barack Obama told America that if his $787 billion stimulus bill was passed the unemployment rate would stay under 8%.
President Barack Obama tried to make the case today in his weekly address
In his weekly radio and Internet video address Saturday, Obama said his proposed health care overhaul would create jobs by making small business startups more affordable. If aspiring entrepreneurs believe they can stay insured while switching jobs, he said, they will start new businesses and hire workers.
The part liberals never seem to get, the customers need to show up for the products.
You know what they say–
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.
Let’s hope America is smart enough to reject this latest crap. Here is a reminder how bad it’s getting. Why not throw another trillion into the WDC toilet for government rationed healthcare?
This is as of March 2009, new data and a chart should be out in a few weeks. You can plainly see. “it’s all Bush’s fault”, can’t you.
October 4, 2009
According to a new Rasmussen poll, Sixty-three percent (63%) of voters fear being forced to change coverage under Obamacare.
Sixty-three percent (63%) of voters nationwide say guaranteeing that no one is forced to change their health insurance coverage is a higher priority than giving consumers the choice of a “public option” health insurance company.
Only twenty-nine percent (29%) think having a ‘public option is a priority.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 29% take the opposite view. They say it’s more important to give people a government-sponsored non-profit health insurance option.
So why are we doing this reform and not real reform like limiting frivolous lawsuits, allowing insurance companies to operate across state lines, and allowing insurance companies to offer insurance plans they want, like catastrophe insurance.
Why? Good question.