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    Default Senate To Vote On HC Repeal

    Well it looks like the Senate is going to vote on the HC repeal that already passed the House. It is looking like this has a real chance of being repealed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AzMandella View Post
    Well it looks like the Senate is going to vote on the HC repeal that already passed the House. It is looking like this has a real chance of being repealed.
    I hate to think of the total cost and government manpower that has been wasted over this HC "law".

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    I can't help but wonder what goes through the heads of those dumacrats in the senate.
    They still hold the majority so you know they will still stand their ground...
    But they seem incapable of understanding that voting against repeal is a waste
    of every bodies time.......they are probably some of last few people in the entire country that want anything to do with it...

    And i wonder how it all fits in obamas head....is he trying to convince himself that the obvious just isn't true.....that he is right and 70% of the people in the entire country are making some kind of mistake?

    Or is he thinking 'opps, i thought i could sell all those people anything i wanted, but they caught me and now i am going to have to figure out
    what to say so i don't look like a looser.....

    Cause for sure he is.....he was thinking that heath care deal was going to be his claim to fame....."I had a dream'.....of a health care bill that would make all patients equal. No matter what the illness, no matter how long they have had it, this is the new America, and no matter what the cost,
    or how far we go into debt, those 30 million people who can't afford or refuse to pay for health care, will have it for free

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    Quote Originally Posted by HavaPaul View Post
    I hate to think of the total cost and government manpower that has been wasted over this HC "law".
    I agree. the Dems are saying the Rep are wasting time repealing the HC bill and they should be working on jobs. Funny thing is this is what the Reps were saying when the Dems were wasting time on this piece of shit bill to begin with.

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    I've already contacted both of my Senators and expressed my opinion. Thank God they're both Republicans. Yahoo!!
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    His claim to fame what a joke this is and his entire cabinet
    what a waste of money and time

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    Default All about posturing

    It's all about posturing. Neither house will have the 2/3rds majority to override the Messiah's veto, and we KNOW obama will veto any repeal of obamacare...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sold honda.bought hondo View Post
    I can't help but wonder what goes through the heads of those dumacrats in the senate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moneypit View Post
    It's all about posturing. Neither house will have the 2/3rds majority to override the Messiah's veto, and we KNOW obama will veto any repeal of obamacare...
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    Yup each Senator will have to defend his vote in the next election.

    good comment:
    it's appropriate that we see a realignment of "free states" and "slave sates."
    Obviously, the slave states are beholden to their plantation masters in the Big House in Washington while the free states, like Wisconsin (Go Packers!), are in charge of their own destinies.
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    Default As expected

    As expected, the repeal failed along party lines, 47/51....... It really makes no difference, obama would veto any attempts at repeal anyway. Of course, even the messiah can't veto the SC.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moneypit View Post
    It's all about posturing. Neither house will have the 2/3rds majority to override the Messiah's veto, and we KNOW obama will veto any repeal of obamacare...
    Ray
    But the American people, after clearly stating their disapproval of it and many other spending measures in the mid-term elections will now have a clear and concise statement about exactly whom must be removed in the next election. It's the only last ditch effort to redeem many of them from sure extinction in the next election.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Doctor View Post
    But the American people, after clearly stating their disapproval of it and many other spending measures in the mid-term elections will now have a clear and concise statement about exactly whom must be removed in the next election. It's the only last ditch effort to redeem many of them from sure extinction in the next election.
    Simple, just X out ALL those with a "D" after their name. The Senate vote was right down party lines....47/51.... Which is kinda strange, out of a hundred, we only get 98 votes? Who, besides obama votes "present".....?? Or, did somebody die?....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moneypit View Post
    Simple, just X out ALL those with a "D" after their name. The Senate vote was right down party lines....47/51.... Which is kinda strange, out of a hundred, we only get 98 votes? Who, besides obama votes "present".....?? Or, did somebody die?....
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    But isn't it 114 votes????? There are "57 states" aren't there?????
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    The two that went hiding:

    Not Voting - 2
    Lieberman (ID-CT)
    Warner (D-VA)

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