Don’t back down now! You, the American people have put a lot of pressure on your senators and representatives. [...] go read the rest of that one!
The impact of the admission of the $9 trillion deficit can be measured by the editorial page in the Washington Post. The lead editorial today urges Congress to scrap ObamaCare, in the face of what it calls a “bad-news budget.” Until Congress can control the deficits, WaPo’s editors explain, they should refrain from launching any new programs that will spend massive amounts of cash: [...] go read the rest
[...] As James Carville had to admit, “The truth is that the public doesn’t want this…. Politically, I think it’s not very wise.”, you will see Obama bordering the 30s in popularity before the year is out.
RIP Mr. Obama, you’re term is done. [END] check that one out!
U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold told a large crowd gathered for a listening session in Iron County last week there would likely be no health care bill before the end of the year – and perhaps not at all.
It was an assessment Feingold said he didn’t like, but the prospect of no health care legislation brought a burst of applause from a packed house of nearly 150 citizens at the Mercer Community Center.
“Nobody is going to bring a bill before Christmas, and maybe not even then, if this ever happens,” Feingold said. “The divisions are so deep. I never seen anything like that.”
Feingold reiterated his appraisal a bit later.
“We’re headed in the direction of doing absolutely nothing, and I think that’s unfortunate,” he said when asked about the plight of uninsured Americans.
DARN! BUT! WAIT here! What's this? The Flopping Aces piece was at 1645. NOW! At 1910:
WOW! Feingold makes a come back! LOL! Just like a libtard. Say one thing and then say something else!
Folks might need to update their posts. It's a false meme that there'll be "no healthcare vote before Christmas." The source for the claim is Senator Russell Feingold, and his office has now issued an updated statement:
At the beginning of the August recess, most folks coming out were opposed to any sort of health care reform. But in the last few I have held, I have noticed more and more reform proponents coming out and being heard. Overall, in the seventeen years I’ve been holding these meetings, there has been strong support for health care reform. I’ve been saying for weeks that it will probably be right before Christmas before we have a health care reform bill to vote on. I will continue working to make sure we do and it is one with a strong public option.
Feingold's talking about the town hall forums he's held in Wisconsin. Here's Feingold's comments on the public option, from a meeting today in rural Marathon County: [...] go read the rest
Looks like Obamacare is in by - CHRISTMAS? We STILL have a Christmas Season? Gee. I thought we had a summer/winter/fall something or other solar/lunar time frame or something like that.
Obama. I know consider Obama to be the BIGGEST DUMMY this side of the river Nile.
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