KILL THE BILL … Health Care Patriots 11 Votes Shy of Defeating Obamacare

 

Keep it up America … KILL THE BILL!

According to CNN, Health care foes 11 votes shy of defeating bill. I believe I would rephrase that to American patriots are 11 votes shy of defeating the Obamacare plan of the government take over of health care.

Five more House Democrats said Tuesday that they will vote against Senate health care legislation, which puts opponents of reform just 11 votes shy of the 216 needed to prevent President Obama from scoring a major victory on his top domestic priority.

An ongoing CNN analysis shows that opposition in the House to the Senate health care plan has reached 205 members.

A total of 27 House Democrats, including nine who supported the House plan in November, have indicated that they would join a unified Republican caucus in opposing the Senate plan, which passed in that chamber December 24 with the minimum required 60 votes.

AMERICA, WE THE PEOPLE … it is up to us. Here is the list of contacts of the US House Representativesto call in Washington, DC. Make your voice be heard. CALL EARLY, CALL OFTEN.

As NRO refers to them … are there 11 angry men out there that can put a stake into the heart of Obamacare?

However, if Pelosi cannot get the votes, will she implement the Slaughter House rules?  But as reported at the Gateway Pundit, Mark Levin, the Great One, announced that the Landmark Legal Foundation and he are prepared to fight this health care bill if it is passed via the Slaughter rule.



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    6 Responses to “KILL THE BILL … Health Care Patriots 11 Votes Shy of Defeating Obamacare”

    1. Tamikosmom on March 17th, 2010 1:20 pm

      Updated March 17, 2010
      Critics Challenge Legitimacy of Plan to Avoid Direct Vote on Health Care

      From Maine to Hawaii, Americans send people to Washington, D.C., to be their representatives — to cast votes that represent the will of the people who elected them to do the job.

      But now, as the House of Representatives moves toward approving one of the most sweeping pieces of domestic legislation in U.S. history, critics are fuming that Speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to usher through a health care bill . . . without a vote.

      Pelosi, they say, is thumbing her nose at a cherished, basic principle of democracy for the sake of a legislative win.

      House Republican Conference Chairman Mike Pence is calling the plan, which several Democratic leaders are defending, “a betrayal of the commitment of every member of this Congress to the American people.”

      And some say the move may not withstand a legal challenge.

      More:
      http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/03/17/critics-challenge-legitimacy-plan-avoid-direct-vote-health-care/

    2. Tamikosmom on March 17th, 2010 1:22 pm

      Updated March 17, 2010
      A ‘No Vote’ Vote: Is This What the Founding Fathers Had in Mind?

      Americans send people to Washington, D.C., to be their representatives — to cast votes that represent the will of the people. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is pushing Congress to pass a sweeping health care reform bill — without a vote. Do you think this is what the Founding Fathers had in mind?

      More:
      http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2010/03/17/vote-vote-founding-fathers-mind/

    3. J.Jay on March 17th, 2010 1:41 pm

      A country investing in the welfare of its people sure sounds evil.

    4. Tamikosmom on March 17th, 2010 3:03 pm

      J. Jay … the pros and cons of the Health Care bill is not the issue. The undermining of the democratic system is where it is at … the democratic system where the people collectively speak through their elected representatives … Yea or Nay.

      Janet

      ++++++++

      Updated March 17, 2010
      Critics Challenge Legitimacy of Plan to Avoid Direct Vote on Health Care

      But now, as the House of Representatives moves toward approving one of the most sweeping pieces of domestic legislation in U.S. history, critics are fuming that Speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to usher through a health care bill . . . without a vote.

      Pelosi, they say, is thumbing her nose at a cherished, basic principle of democracy for the sake of a legislative win.

      http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/03/17/critics-challenge-legitimacy-plan-avoid-direct-vote-health-care/
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      Barack Obama threatens to withdraw support from wavering Democrats
      Published: 6:44PM GMT 15 Mar 2010

      The president will refuse to make fund-raising visits during November elections to any district whose representative has not backed the bill.

      A one-night presidential appearance can bring in hundreds of thousands of dollars in funds which would otherwise take months to accumulate through cold-calling by campaign volunteers.

      Mr Obama’s threat came as the year-long debate over his signature domestic policy entered its final week.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/barackobama/7450237/Barack-Obama-threatens-to-withdraw-support-from-wavering-Democrats.html

    5. Michelle on March 17th, 2010 9:20 pm

      J. Jay

      Explain how this bill is investing in the welfare of the people?

      You can’t because it’s not in the best interest of the people.

      Get a clue

    6. J.jay on March 18th, 2010 1:01 pm

      Read my previous posts, all the answers are there. Why should I bother to argue with you when in the next sentence and by previous example you make clear that you will stubbornly ignore anything I say? Followed by an insult as a goodbye.

      Have you ever formed an opinion instead of parroting it? Have you ever bothered to ask 10 questions before you give 1 answer? Have you ever even tried to see the other side’s point? Have you ever interpreted another one’s argument favourably for her even if you found a hundred ways to pick apart the wording and turn her words right around?
      Oh my, invested too much time again. Well cya.

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