Hey, why not? Citizen legislators. The more the merrier. Really though, don’t you just crave more information on this one?
Interesting graphic showing the Obama administration’s willingness to completely bypass the norm – and ignore The Constitution – in efforts to get their way, any way they can.
The full text of H.R. 4872 – the Health Care and Education Affordability Reconciliation Act of 2010 – has been released by the U.S. House Committee on Rules. This bill amends the Senate version H.R. 3590 and plans for a vote this weekend are still in place.
Forget the AMA, most Doctors either don’t belong or don’t buy into it’s political agenda. Doctor after doctor who have called my show have said the same thing, government take over of healthcare, either through bureaucratic determination of protocol or pay, will either make them retire, or wish they were.
Doctors don’t like this. They know, as the SOS pointed out months ago, if this passes they are toast. And public opposition, even in Connecticut is growing.
Add to that the special deals … and as Senator Hatch told Greta last night, the Democrats are crazy if they pass this thing.
Don’t let this weekend go by without going here to let your representatives know you do not want this crummy health care plan that will create a new multi trillion dollar government program, another entitlement that will raise your taxes, raise your premiums (by more than if we did nothing), cut Medicare (and not just medicare advantage) and limit care at the same time. Read more
Mark Steyn had a pretty good editorial over on Investors.com on Friday. He agrees on my point that Democrats in Washington are perfectly willing to give up control of Congress if they can get federal health care legislation.
The Congress-critters have done it once again. Last summer when pay-as-you-go legislation was passed in the House, it was political theater providing the illusion Congress was concerned about the deficit. But there were loopholes, always loopholes.
It’s not supposed to work this way, but our federal leaders continue to make up new policy, procedures and unconstitutional legislation at every turn. President Obama will introduce his own health care legislation and post it on the White House Web site tomorrow or Monday.
Although I do not think it is the job of the federal government or Congress to create jobs, I do think it is their job to promote job growth. There is a difference between promote and provide. Evan Bayh (D-Ind.) is certain Congress has not created one job in six months, and he may do better in the private sector.
The left does not represent peace, love and understanding. They are not tolerant either. CNN political analyst Roland Martin and Huffington Post contributor and political satirist David Bourgeois advocated – not implied – the violent approach to governing and encouraged President Obama to get involved.