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Obama Care Turns One Today

March 23, 2011

Last year, the President signed Obama Care into law, dooming America to its economic and medical attack on our people.  Few should be surprised that one year later more than half the public wants it outright repealed.  The 2012 Election will be chock full of promises to allow “repeal” or “repeal and replace” or “opt-out” [...]

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McConnell Says Senate Will Vote on ObamaCare Repeal

January 24, 2011

Sen. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) promised a Senate vote on the ObamaCare repeal act that was passed by the House of Representatives last week.  Without giving detains, he hinted that parliamentary maneuvers could be used to force a Senate floor vote.  With the mood of the country being the way it is, I would [...]

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“Replace” Legislation Begins

January 20, 2011

Yesterday’s House vote to repeal Obama Care opened the door today for suggestions on how to stop the bad parts and expand on the good parts of the law.  Keeping ideas fresh and flowing will give the public new ideas to chew on, as well as blunt arguments about the GOP doing nothing to solve [...]

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House Passes Obama Care Repeal

January 19, 2011

The vote was 245 to 189 — every Republican and three Democrats just voted to repeal the Obama Care monstrosity.  In contrast, the vote to pass Obama Care last year was 219-212, with no Republican support and with over thirty Democrats voting against its passage. Given Harry Reid’s dominion over the Senate and with Obama [...]

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Repeal Vote Back on Track

January 18, 2011

Out of deference to the victims of the Tuscon Massacre, House Republicans postponed legislative business until today, with full intentions of moving forward on repealing the “job-killing” Obama Care law.  The Dems were, of course, hoping that in the spirit of lowering the rhetoric that House Republicans would wimp out on all controversial legislation until [...]

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