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Why Congress Will Vote For The 33rd Time To Repeal Obamacare


US Politics & Gov't  (tags: healthcare, obama, republicans, americans, congress, ethics, government, politics )

Carrie
- 647 days ago - buzzfeed.com
Most members of the Republican and Democratic House caucuses are marching cheerfully toward yet another vote on the repeal of ObamaCare Wednesday, leaving a small, cowed minority in the middle cringing at the prospect.



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Maggie S. (40)
Tuesday July 10, 2012, 3:38 pm
Another waste of time and money by the radical regressionist obstructionist Republicans! The public is staring to get sick and tired of their stupid games! I think they have been told they will not be able to repeal this, but, they just don't get it! What a bunch of stinkos!!!!!! They should be using the time to work on issues, not impossibilities, but, then something might be done! Boehner - get out of your tanning bed and go to work! But, they haven't done anything in 4 years, and now, Texas is taking critical thinking out of their school corriculum to match the stupidity of the rest of these people (?)or whatever they are! The majority of the public is sick of their whining - maybe we can change the balance of power in the House - one idiot at a time!
 

Carrie B. (279)
Tuesday July 10, 2012, 4:05 pm
Wasting time on symbolic votes seems to be the favorite pass time of this congress.
 

Allan Yorkowitz (461)
Tuesday July 10, 2012, 4:51 pm
For its faults, the GOP should let this ride; when it crashes, they have material to use.
 

Yvonne White (232)
Tuesday July 10, 2012, 5:20 pm
Hmm, wonder if they'll try to get Worker's Comp (there's an oxymoron when paired with CONgre$$!;) for their carpral tunnel?? From Wikipedia:"Some speculate that carpal tunnel syndrome is provoked by repetitive movement and manipulating activities and that the exposure can be cumulative. It has also been stated that symptoms are commonly exacerbated by forceful and repetitive use of the hand and wrists in industrial occupations.." Okay, I can see that CONgre$$ MAY have a claim, since they KEEP doing the same things over & over...buncha jack-offs usually do!;)
 

Lynn Squance (219)
Tuesday July 10, 2012, 10:49 pm
Obamacare is not perfect but it provides far more for people than the Republican/Teabaggers will admit. Hell, the GOP have done nothing but lie about Obamacare from day 1! And some people unfortunately will only accept predigested information bites lest they get a headache from thinking.

Republican/Teabaggers are doing nothing but wasting time and money, and they seem to be proud of it. What have they done recently about the economy and jobs? Oh yea, some attended the fund raising events in the Hamptons last weekend.

Let this be a wake up call --- do your jobs or don't get paid!
 

Carol H. (229)
Wednesday July 11, 2012, 4:38 am
noted, thank you Carrie
 

Terrie Williams (753)
Wednesday July 11, 2012, 7:40 am
Hey, Agent Orange....WHERE ARE THE FRIGGIN JOBS, DUDE?????????

Oh wait, can't have that, that might give the half-BLACK president an edge in the election.......DWEEBS.

Hey, Mr. Fascism 101 Rmoney.....This president has NOT failed....THIS CONGRESS HAS FAILED.

I am already so sick of the BS being spewed by the GOP/Tbaggin Reichwing Nazi bas***ds on my TV, my radio and on my computer!!!!!! What really irks me is the friggin LEMMINGS on the right drink this koolaid up like it''s manna from heaven. SICK, SICK, SICK!!!!

Dawg, please send me some Conservative from up North that wants to move into cozier territory so I can sell this house and land and MOVE from this CONCENTRATION CAMP called TEXAS. PLEEEEEEEEEASE....before I go postal.
 

Cynthia Davis (339)
Wednesday July 11, 2012, 8:20 am
Mitt Romney just got BOOed at the NAACP Convention of saying he would repeal ObamaCare.
 

Carrie B. (279)
Wednesday July 11, 2012, 8:52 am
I know ObamaCare is flawed, but we have to start somewhere.
 

Lynn Squance (219)
Wednesday July 11, 2012, 10:13 am
@ Cynthia D --- Thanks for the news! I figured that would happen! I wonder if, no I know that he'll try to blame Eric Holder for priming the crowd against him yesterday!

Rmoney is such an ass! He is the Tin Man with no heart! and he hasn't even figured out that he needs one in order to be called a human being!
 

John Gregoire (248)
Thursday July 12, 2012, 5:19 am
I don't understand why Happy HArry and his band of merry Democrats don't take up these bills and bring them to a floor vote. Could it be that they don't have the votes to pass a rejection? Seems to me like the Senate Dems are being the party of no here. The current health care law is deeply flawed and much too expensive in the future. Medicare for all would be much simpler and the CBO said -cheaper!

I so wish we could drop the ideology and get on with running the country. (up and not into the ground)
 

Cynthia Davis (339)
Thursday July 12, 2012, 9:53 am
Personal I think it's about time the Democrats turned things around on the Republicans and said NO. Turn about is a fair play in my book. After voting in the house 31 different times to repeal health care and the Supreme court ruling in it's favor you would think enough would be enough.
 
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