Archive | 19 January 2011

House Votes To Repeal ObamaCare


Here we go

House Republicans passed a bill to repeal President Barack Obama’s health care plan Wednesday, taking their first major step toward rolling back the massive overhaul that has dominated the American political landscape for almost two years.

The vote was 245 to 189, and unanimous GOP support gave the vote the same partisan feel of the March vote to pass the law, underscoring once again the hardened political lines of the health care debate. Only three Democrats backed the repeal, a smaller number than Republicans had once predicted.

Over to you, Harry Reid… that is, if you’re not afraid to schedule a vote because you think that lots of Democrats might vote “aye.”

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Afternoon Must-Read


Here’s your teaser:

People on the left hate Palin for one simple reason: because she is everything they are not.  She is their polar opposite because her life journey has diverged from the prescribed liberal path.

Read the whole thing.

The “New” Civility… No Crosshairs, But It’s OK To Compare Republicans To Nazis


Gotta love this “new tone” of the Democrats, don’t ya?

In an extraordinary outburst on the House floor, Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) invoked the Holocaust to attack Republicans on health care and compared rhetoric on the issue to the work of infamous Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels.

“They say it’s a government takeover of health care, a big lie just like Goebbels,” Cohen said. “You say it enough, you repeat the lie, you repeat the lie, and eventually, people believe it.  Like blood libel.  That’s the same kind of thing. And Congressman Cohen didn’t stop there.

“The Germans said enough about the Jews and people believed it–believed it and you have the Holocaust.  We heard on this floor, government takeover of health care.  Politifact said the biggest lie of 2010 was a government takeover of health care because there is no government takeover,” Cohen said.

I hereby call on any and all lefties that castigated Sarah Palin for her map to denounce Rep. Cohen, and for any readers who spot such denouncements to post about them in the comments.

 

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