House Votes To Repeal ObamaCare


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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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One response to “House Votes To Repeal ObamaCare”

  1. PhyCon says :

    On a brighter note, the repeal vote had literally three times the bipartisan support of the original passage of Obamacare.

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