Republicans Promise Bill To Repeal Health Care Law: Bring It On!

January 4, 2011


3 Responses to “Republicans Promise Bill To Repeal Health Care Law: Bring It On!”

  1. Old Man Dotes on January 4th, 2011 12:24 pm

    There’s a simple solution. Some Demo should insert an earmark creating funding for a psychological study to determine why stupid people vote Republican. I think $300 million should be enough for the initial research. I’ll write the funding proposal if you can find a Demo congressman to earmark it.

  2. Trupiano on January 4th, 2011 12:32 pm

    Write it and I’ll find one that is willing to play the game, you bet!

  3. majii on January 4th, 2011 10:16 pm

    I read a post on Politicususa today about the two page “bill” the republicans have drafted to repeal the ACA. It basically says that the purpose of the “bill” is to repeal HCR. No ideas to replace it are offered anywhere in the “bill.” Politico is also reporting that none of the republicans want to address the cost of repealing the ACA. This should be very interesting since the democrats in the Senate have vowed to block this farce of a “bill.” Since certain parts of the law have already been implemented, republicans will deserve any negative fallout that results from trying to repeal it. They and those who voted to hand the House of Representatives over to them will have to deal with their frustration at not getting the job of repealing the ACA done. It would seem that they would know that control of one House of Congress doesn’t mean as much as they think it means. The republican voters have been sold a load of bull, and it will soon be time for them to eat it.

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