This is just so typical of Congressional Republicans. First they claim that
Obamacare will never work. Then they do everything they can to make sure it
will never work.
as always no ideas unlees it makes the rich, richer, or more powerfull. but the
other americans can just suffer because the repulican party only works for the
rich. oh and milk will double in price if they keep doing nothing remeber this
when it happens. the party of do nothing for the people
This is a great move, to ensure that our tax dollars are not wasted by giving
them to people who ARE NOT ELIGIBLE for them.How that is anything
but legal, moral, ethical and non-partisan is impossible to see.Still, I guess there are some who are convinced that everyone has an
entitlement to unlimited "free stuff" and any attempt to follow the
rules is automatically racist or something.
"Delay, de-fund, repeal, replace. That is exactly what we want to do,
because this law has become so amazingly unpopular with the American
people," said Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn.-------------------I sure hope they're able to do it. And,
the sooner the better.
I for the life of me can not figure out how any republican can with a straight
face can declare the Affordable Healthcare Act a failed on it merits when it has
never been funded to see if it works. the blame at this point lies solely at the
feet of those that have declared "Defund" over and over again.
Clearly the Republicans will not hesitate to throw the middle class under the
bus to get what they want.
lket,please explain how this makes the rich richer. please explain how
requiring BO to ensure there is no fraud in his signature legilsation will make
the rich richer.the party of do-nothing. You're talking about
harry reid and the dems in the senate, right?
Obama, Congress, White House staff, big business, etc, are all exempt from this
health care bill. Why! That's a good indicator that it's flawed.This health care bill has never been fully explained to the people, and
has more writings in it than the Bible.We were told to pass it
first, than find out later what's in it.Very unprofessional.
Remember when Obama promised us, “If you like your current health care
plan, you can keep your plan?” That was not true, and his deceptive claim
falls in line with all the other lies about Obama Care – like
there’d be no health care rationing.Anyone with an ounce of
common sense can understand that if it is cheaper for a company to cancel
employees’ health benefits and pay the $2,000 Obama Care fine instead of
providing, say, a $10,000 government mandated employee health care plan, then of
course that company will choose to pay the much smaller fine.And if
companies don’t have to provide government mandated health care for part
time employees, then of course that’s an incentive for them to cut back
employees’ hours and make their workforce part time.This
isn’t rocket science. This is Economics 101. And it’s happening
right now at companies all over the country.
EXCELLENT!!! Hat's off to the House of Representatives. Let's keep
those Death Panels at bay.
Spring Street: when was the last time you stuck your finger in a light socket to
see if it works? Maybe if you stuck two fingers in it would work better. Just
how many fingers does it take to get a light socket to not shock you? And how
many regulations does it take to reduce the cost of health care? The answer is
the same: none, because fingers don't belong in light sockets and the
government doesn't belong in economic markets. The results are the same.
How many millions are spent each week to purchase the services of republican
Members of the House?The more obfuscation and delay of the ACA, the
longer the rich healthcare interests keep making huge fortunes of profit,
subsidized by the American public