Historic vote.

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.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704590704576091973130244618.html?mod=WSJ_Opinion_LEADTop

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.

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5 Responses to Historic vote.

  1. Hacksaw says:

    The main reason that “Prince Harry” does not want to allow a Senate vote on this bill that the House just passed is because he knows that it would likely squeak by in the Senate as well, embarassing President Obama and forcing him to veto the measure. There are 23 Democrat Senators who are up for re-election in 2012 (a couple like Conrad & Lieberman have already announced that they are not running again) who just saw 60+ of their buddies in the House sent home in November for voting the wrong way on this issue, and Reid knows that only 3 or 4 Democrat votes in the Senate would mean passage of this bill, which would be humiliating to all Obamacare supporters.

    Senator Reid may talk tough now, but a vote will eventually be taken on this bill – the GOP can merely make it a condition on something that the Dems really want, like a vote on raising the debt ceiling or something…

  2. girlscout says:

    I’m surprised at you hybrid. What an un-Christian-like thing to say that your fellow Americans are idiots. Tsk, tsk, tsk…

  3. therealgirlscout says:

    Calling Democrats idiots doesn’t seem very loving in my book. Personally, I am offended. But that’s okay. It’s the kind o f comment I’ve come to expect from conservatives.

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