More House Members—245 in total—voted to rescind the new entitlement than the 219 Democrats who voted to create it last March. That partisan majority narrowly prevailed over all 178 Republicans and some 38 Democrats. The three Democrats who favored repeal yesterday confirmed the bipartisan opposition to the kind of vast new social program that historically has been built on a national bipartisan consensus.
Now if American’s can get the rest of their government back from the tyrants… And you know that there are Democrats in the Senate who would love to vote for repeal but Democrat Senate Leader Harry Reid will not give them that chance. He is not interested in the will of We, the American People.