O.bamacare to be ram-rodded through?

Discussion in 'The Constitutional & RKBA Forum' started by 4EvrLearning, Sep 23, 2009.

  1. 4EvrLearning

    4EvrLearning New Member

    Feb 27, 2009
    Left Coast

    (from Wall Street Journal/Patrick Yoest)

    "WASHINGTON -- The Senate Finance Committee debated health-care legislation for a second day Wednesday, adopting a couple of Democratic-backed amendments and turning down Republican ones, including a measure to make the full bill available online before the panel votes on it.

    The committee has a "conceptual" version of the health-care bill posted on its Web site, rather than a full legislative text of the bill. Compiling the complex language with amendments into a bill and consequently receiving an official cost estimate would take weeks, according to the committee's chairman, Sen. Max Baucus.

    By a 12-11 vote, the committee defeated a Republican amendment that would have required it to post the full bill at least 72 hours before it votes on whether to approve the measure...."

    This is outrageous....for all the good it will do me, I will once again be spending my "dime" on calling my senators. I wonder if THEIR phones are off the hook, too?!
  2. Marlin T

    Marlin T Well-Known Member

    Jul 8, 2005
    New Mexico
    ****ing thugs. What a nasty breed of sub humans.

  3. They can take their AdolfCare and cram it up their cramholes!!:mad::mad::mad::mad:
  4. Bobitis

    Bobitis Guest

    We all voted, right?:(

    Ram it through?
    Death for the democratic party..

    If they still have control in 2010......?
    Our nation is doomed, and it's time to fight or flee.

    Neither looks promissing to me.:(
  5. SaddleSarge

    SaddleSarge New Member

    Aug 24, 2008
    I agree....

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  6. Marlin T

    Marlin T Well-Known Member

    Jul 8, 2005
    New Mexico
    That about sums it up doesn't it Sarge?

    But still, will it be to late to overturn/shutdown these socialistic programs in 2010?
  7. SaddleSarge

    SaddleSarge New Member

    Aug 24, 2008
    Gosh almighty, let's hope not. :(
  8. Room 101

    Room 101 Former Guest

    Sep 17, 2009
    You know it is just like everything else government does. I remember when they started the seat belt laws. They said that it would only be enforced when there were other infractions causing a traffic stop. Then if the driver was not wearing the seat belt that driver would be fined for that as well. Now they can pull you over for not wearing your seat belt alone.

    So if this passes, in short time we will have total government health care. That means that the government will be making decisions when your dad, mom, aunts, uncles, grandmothers and grandfather develop health issues. If your dad is over weight at 65, smoked some time in his life and now has heart problems he will be judged by people that are concerned about the money only. That is going to happen, it is only a matter of time.

    This needs to be stopped not compromised. The federal government has no right being involved in heath care in any way at all.
  9. topper

    topper New Member

    Aug 2, 2006
    deep in the woods
    The Government can't even run a "Cash fo Clunkers" deal without loosing money and sticking it to the taxpayers. how in H3LL are the going to administer an effective healthcare? they can't and won't. we will pay and pay and pay..... forever for nothing...as usual. get ready to get shafted again by our government. nothing but a greedy self-serving SOB's.

    Time to lock and load!
  10. carver

    carver Moderator Supporting Member

    Marlin, you are so right! The Repubilcans have 5 bills on Health Care on the Hill at this time. If this crap gets voted into law, there is not a Republican that will be interested in voting it out. Why, because it's what they want also! A Republican controled House and Senate will not help the American people at all.
  11. graehaven

    graehaven Well-Known Member

    May 26, 2007
    Rochester, NY
    Exactly! Thank you for saying so!

    Both sides are power/money hungry, treasonous losers! They are both sticking it to the American people. The more that realize this, the better. Repubs and Dems are the SAME, one coin, two sides. If only we used real coin money, instead of paper.

    The corruption runs wide and deep.

    The answer is NOT a return to a Repub controlled congress in 2010. The repubs are NOT your friend.
  12. obxned

    obxned Active Member

    Mar 4, 2007
    Ain't no place to go if this country falls to totalitarianism. We are the last outpost of freedom for the entire human race.
  13. Southern Boy

    Southern Boy New Member

    Jun 8, 2009
    I think the best thing is a clean sweep of our gobvernmental fools. If'n all of them loose their jobs, the next batch of power hungry fools might want to listen to the people in order to stay in power a little longer. Third party is definately needed, but so far they have just got enough votes to get the worst people elected. The left wing radicals will vote for their socialist, and the silent majority gets split between the better 2 nominees. Wish I knew the answer, looks like were stuck.
  14. We definately need a viable third party. The problem is, though, if a small third party is conservative, that draws votes away from the Republicans (who really aren't conservative at all). As votes are drawn away from the Republicans, that gives the Democrats a larger majority. That happened in the last "election" with people who voted for any of the third party candidates. That's why I didn't vote for Ron Paul or Alan Keyes. I knew they would not win (mainly because the "fair and impartial" media spent so much time convincing the brainwashed sheeple that a third party candidate could not win) and that anyone voting for them might as well have just voted for Obama. Granted McCain wasn't really a good choice, but he would have been better than what we have to put up with now. Besides, I didn't actually vote for McCain, I was voting for Palin.
  15. Southern Boy

    Southern Boy New Member

    Jun 8, 2009
    Ron Paul -- Sarah Palin no no Sarah Palin -- Ron Paul, the constitutionalist party 2012. That could do it.
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