House Votes to Flush Obamacare
In keeping with promises made during the 2010 elections, the new House Majority passed the repeal of Obamacare by a vote of 245 – 189 with 3 Democrats voting for repeal of this jobs-killing, 2000-plus page government takeover of our Healthcare system. After four long years of Democratic partisanship in which we witnessed the constant ignoring of the people’s demands, the GOP stepped up to the plate and hit a home run. Thank you Speaker Boehner, for reigniting some hope for a Government of the people, by the people and for the people. Ignoring the wishes of the majority, for the over-stated whims of the minority in this country denies the true foundation of Democracy. We have had the best healthcare system in the world for decades, and the last thing we want is to see the government turn it into another costly, failed experiment.
Next up for the Obamacare repeal process is the battle to get it to a vote in the Senate. Senate majority leader Harry Reid says he won’t allow it to come to a vote in the Senate. I have a question for Mr. Reid here: “Just what part of working for the people do you not understand ?” Is blocking the repeal vote your way of working for the people, or is it just you showing the world what a self-serving Tyrant you have become? ( I vote for the latter there) The only real support for Obamacare comes from non-producing, not-tax-paying citizens on the government dole and/ or illegal immigrants basically. Those who actually work for a living and pay your salary through their taxes. are telling you to keep your hands off their healthcare . What part of that don’t you understand?
A total of 26 Democratic Senators are up for reelection in 2012. If Mr Reid thinks he can help them escape the wrath of the people at the voting booths in 2012, by denying the people their right to due process in Congress today, he is sadly mistaken. As goes the leader, so goes the pack. Either put this up for an honest and fair debate so the people can see where their Senators stand today, or face the total rejection of Senate Democrats in 2012. The choice is yours Mr. Reid, either way, we are watching and taking notes. Put the repeal of Obamacare up for a vote in the U.S Senate.