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We can't go backward,' Obama warns on day of health care repeal vote

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posted on Jan, 19 2011 @ 10:35 PM
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We can't go backward,' Obama warns on day of health care repeal vote


www.rawstory.com

Representatives slated to pass a bill Wednesday night repealing the sweeping health care overhaul, President Barack Obama fired a warning shot to his adversaries.
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posted on Jan, 19 2011 @ 10:35 PM
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You guys don't seem able to keep up with this president. His poll numbers have risen because, guess what? -- so many of his proposals actually passed into law, though needing the lame duck session to accomplish it.

And why does that make him more popular? Because most people seem to like WHAT he proposed, even though Congress watered a lot of it down in order to get it passed.

These things are now LAW. Law is important. I keep hearing people still talk about the 'health care bill.' It is a law. Repealing it would require both the House and the Senate (fat chance) to vote for it, and the President to sign it. Fat chance.

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posted on Jan, 19 2011 @ 10:47 PM
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wrong his health care bill is opposed by just about everyone some in his political party included. The Arizona bill that he helped destroy was also heavy favored by the American people. his polls went up over helping illegal aliens because they seem to be the only people who want this so he has a large Hispanic vote yet it will fail when the next election comes along but it will not be easy as they are becoming the majority in states with the highest electoral votes. this law lol will take 8 years to get funding though taxes that means he needs to win the presidency again and with his track record sorry to quote you but "FAT CHANCE" as most people have questioned his thought process for some reason he is running his presidency like a dictatorship using backhanded methods to get his laws passed and welding his power like a kid with a gun. And if your going to go on a bush rant save it because he wasn't that much better then Obama but you cant live in the past Obama's spending is out of control and unemployment it hitting 12% in some states so please o wise one tell me what the hell he is doing for us except making it harder to live because we now have to pay for healthcare but dont have a job to pay for it.
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posted on Jan, 19 2011 @ 10:48 PM
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The healtcare law is dead...

It is going to soon be cremated and buried soon....First they will have a "deathpanel" of good old republicans overseeing its demise


How you ask? They will block all the funding leglislation that is still needed to finance the healthcare bill/law , however you want to describe it..

This has no chance of being implemented, when there is no money available for it to be..

Hurray!!
HAHAHAH!!! (sorry couldn't resist)

I hope this obama healthcare goes right into the toilet where it belongs...



posted on Jan, 19 2011 @ 10:58 PM
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The most recent election was a warning to the Obama administration and the rest of the regime in congress (Senate) that the agenda they were ramming through, massive bills that no one fully understood, that were not even remotely thought out with any intelligent guidance, is NOT what the people want for America. If the Senate chooses to ignore this as simply symbolic, they do so to their own folly. This LAW, if not flat out repealed, it will be de-funded and picked apart until it is ineffective in the way the progressive agenda intended.

A family member works for a health care facility and they recently laid off 1/3 of the employees while keeping all the patients, directly because of the new LAW. You think the quality of patient care is improving when fewer people have to care for more patients? But let's not call it job-killing, that would entice someone to violent action.



posted on Jan, 19 2011 @ 11:40 PM
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Isn't "not going backward" a common theme for this guy?

Just like he didn't want to "go backward" to investigating Dubya & Insaney for war crimes?

That seems to be favorite phrase when he's shafting the people who voted for him.



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