54% Still Favor Repeal of Health Care Law

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  1. teapartysamurai
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    Two weeks of Obama lying to the public and the public is still against the healthcare law?

    Health Care Law - Rasmussen Reports

    Looks like the Obama magic to lie to us is gone!

    But break down those numbers and it gets worse:

    When 80 percent of one party and 57 percent of independents disagree with your position, YOU ARE TOAST.

    Obama is ruling (not leading but RULING like a dictator) against the will of the people.

    Remember this come election time.
     
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    There are those that would say we are just being spiteful.
     
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    Repealing parts of the Dem debacle is realistic but the Republicans will have to win the White House back for this to happen. Taking control of Congress will not be enough. The President can stop anything if he wants to. The Republicans have a lot of work ahead of them if they want to see repeal become a reality. 2010 could be a start though. Make 2010 count people.
     
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    And won't that be interesting. The dems will become the party of "NO."

    Wonder how they'll deal with their own label?
     
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    When the Republicans win the house and senate, they can defund Obamacare and make it worthless. In 2012 a republican president will repeal Obamacare altogether.
     
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    I have a question . . .

    If the h/c bill were to get repealed does it have to got through a House vote then a Senate vote or just a Senate vote? Since it was passed via reconciliation with only 51 votes would it be able to be repealed via a reconciliation vote?
     
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    Why not? If the dems can play by shady rules, so can the repubs.

    Or why go through any of that? Just have the new republican President issue an Executive Order deeming the health care take over null and void, you know, use an obama tactic.
     
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    Too funny. :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Are you in for a surprise!!
     
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    You have no idea.
     

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