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Health Care Reform Will Lead to Poverty for All

I am linking a New York Times article and not doing much to comment..  the author is spot-on and saying everything I have said in other posts.  It’s a great read, should be linked to anyone and everyone that thinks that somehow health care reform will save our country’s economy. The points to understand are how the lower middle class ...

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H.R. 3962: Health Care Reform the Pelosi Way – Highlights

Yesterday, Nancy Pelosi revealed the almost 2,000 page monstrosity of a health care bill from the House of Representatives.  I am not sure if our Congressmen will read it, but I knew I had to. I spent nearly 8 hours speed-reading and trying to notate the critical sections of this incredibly-liberal health care reform bill.  I know it’s not final, ...

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Democrats Merge 3 House Bills: Pelosi-care On the March

Fox news reported that the new House Bill will be formally announced tomorrow morning.  The bill does contain many of Obama’s wishes and the resultant costs: “..includes new requirements for employers to offer insurance to their workers or face penalties, fines on Americans who don’t purchase coverage and subsidies to help lower-income people do so. Insurance companies would face new ...

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Is the Opt-Out Really an Option?

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has realized that a robust public option isn’t going to pass, mainly because he can’t even get liberals to agree that it’s a good thing.  So now he’s working to find out if a public plan that allows States to opt-out is passable.  The answer – no! Moderate Democrats feel that it is not up ...

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Voting Against Current Reform Bills Does Not Mean Inaction

President Obama has renewed his argument that we have to pass this legislation or his plan (whatever that is) because inaction is not an option.  While most people agree that inaction is not an option, why is voting for the progressive’s tax-and-spend fiasco the only alternative to doing nothing? The conservatives in the House of Representatives proposed a health care ...

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The Public Option is Alive

There are at least two major pushes left if the public option is to be defeated.  Currently, the administration is using backroom maneuvers to push for Congressional support from the middle.  Why backroom?  The Congressional leadership knows that if it creates the kind of outcry that occurred in October (town halls, massive marches on Washington, etc), they are guaranteed to ...

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Conservatives Losing Heart? New Poll Shows Increasing Support for ObamaCare

In a Rasmussen opinion poll released today, the latest figures show that support for the big-government style of health care is on the rise.  Last week, the opinion poll found that while 41% supported the plan, 56% opposed it.  In today’s release, 46% support the liberal tax-and-spend approaches that the President and the Congressional majority prefer while only 50% oppose.  ...

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Ford Succeeds Where Government Motors Fails

In a set of reports today, it became apparent that GM and Chrysler were not keeping up with Ford… at all. Both Chrysler and GM borrowed billions from tax payers thanks to the current administration. We were even told that a great return on our investment would be forthcoming. Not so. Instead, the companies that have received taxpayer dollars are ...

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Baucus’ Health Future Bill: Updated

Max Baucus (D-MT), the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee and member of the bi-partisan "group-of-six", explained to the press the Chairman's mark of his health care bill. This version has not been accepted by the Finance Committee nor the gang-of-six members and there are positive and negative sentiments being expressed from both sides of the isle.

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