Dem Lawmakers Eyeing ‘Ping-Pong’ Tactic to Pass Health Bill Without Committee

January 4, 2010


4 Responses to “Dem Lawmakers Eyeing ‘Ping-Pong’ Tactic to Pass Health Bill Without Committee”

  1. Pete on January 4th, 2010 2:46 pm

    This bill is a monstrosity that the American public have clearly told these Democrats they do not want it. The Democrats pass this steaming pile at their peril and will be rewarded in 2010 and 2012 by many new faces in DC.

  2. Old Man Dotes on January 4th, 2010 2:55 pm

    Personally, I’d like to see the process remove every single one of the Republican earmarks that were added, just to let the GOP know that their shenanigans are NOT appreciated by the more-than-two-thirds majority of American voters who WANT the public option which they and their insurance company handlers worked so hard to kill.

  3. Leroy Hardin on January 4th, 2010 10:56 pm

    This make me sick that the Democrat party can’t play fair but has to resort to dirty tricks and subterfuge to get there laws passed that nobody want. When do us Republicans get a chance to try and block this bill if the are doing a reach around to Obamas smelly black dick.

  4. Carol on January 7th, 2010 4:28 am

    The Democrats are playing Ping-Pong with our lives.
    No matter what we are charged for this health insurance you can bet it will keep going up just like everything else does. Till it finally gets to the point you can’t pay for it any more. And then they got a little goodie in this bill that says if you either will not or cannot pay for it you will be fined and go to jail. Plus the IRS will be the ones issuing the fine. So what does that mean? Maybe it will be a lean on your home or income property. So you wind up in the street on top of it all.

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