HDR: Special Repeal Obamacare Issue

ALOHA, ALL! Wednesday is the day the House will vote to repeal Obamacare.  Is it a lost cause?  Hardly.  It puts every Congress person on record as to where he or she stands on this issue, after hearing from constituents for a year.  Will they listen?  Is it any wonder the Dems don’t want this vote?  They are shaking in the boots – have no doubts.   Chances are pretty good it will pass the House, but then what happens in the Senate?  Some are optimistic that all is not lost in the Senate because a number of Dems are up for re-election next year and they want to keep their cushy jobs (think Claire McCaskill, where 70% of the voters decided they don’t want nationalized healthcare, and she voted FOR it.  Having second thoughts this time, Claire?)  So here’s some information from you about who is on the fence and what happens after Wednesday.

How to Repeal Obamacare in the Senate | The Foundry: Conservative Policy News.

Big health bucks roll in for K St. – TheHill.com (i.e. the lobbyists & lawyers are getting rich.)

Opinion: Defund ‘Obamacare’: The next step – Rep. Steve King – POLITICO.com

List of 27 States Suing Over Obamacare | The Foundry: Conservative Policy News The list is growing!!!!!

If you want to make calls, FreedomWorks has made it easy:

Special Call List: Reps. Voting Against ObamaCare | FreedomWorks

Special Call List: Vulnerable Reps. Voting For ObamaCare | FreedomWorks



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2 responses to “HDR: Special Repeal Obamacare Issue”

  1. giliar says :

    Wise words…you should run for office! On second thought…..

  2. M. Rethman says :

    It needs to be repealed all right, but the R’s could do themselves a favor and argue that they know we need changes and it’s time to seat a truly bi-partisan group that might work like the Base Re-alignment and Closure Commission (BRAC), where Congress has no choice but to vote up or down on a whole package of base closures and realignments. This approach has been effective when it comes to the highly parochial political issues of military base closings and/or realignments (where jobs are often lost) because the local guy/gal escapes the blame for the federal government doing what needs doing in the interest of the nation.

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