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Speaking to a national audience, Senator Scott Brown once again takes on Obama and the Democrat leaderships' tone deaf anti-public will policy stylings...

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Newly arrived Republican Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts accused President Barack Obama and Democrats on Saturday of a "bitter, destructive and endless" drive to pass health overhaul legislation that Brown warned would be disastrous.

"An entire year has gone to waste," Brown said in the weekly GOP radio and Internet address. "Millions of Americans have lost their jobs, and many more jobs are in danger. Even now, the president still hasn't gotten the message.

"Somehow, the greater the public opposition to the health care bill, the more determined they seem to force it on us anyway."

..."We need to drop this whole scheme of federally controlled health care, start over, and work together on real reforms at the state level that will contain costs and won't leave America trillions of dollars deeper in debt," Brown said.


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GOP is starting up the attacks again

Looks like healthcare is going to pass after all
 

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GOP is starting up the attacks again

Looks like healthcare is going to pass after all

they wouldn't be whining if they thought it wasn't going to.

That's the thing...they don't really care either way. If it passes, they'll whine. If it doesn't pass, they'll try to say obama failed because it DIDN'T pass.

That's what politicians do. What's amusing is they have the rightwingnuts doing their work for them.
 
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Ah yes, look at the little liberals scurrying to dismiss the words of the newest Republican Senator who replaced the deceased Ted Kennedy ...:eusa_whistle:
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Speaking to a national audience, Senator Scott Brown once again takes on Obama and the Democrat leaderships' tone deaf anti-public will policy stylings...

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Newly arrived Republican Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts accused President Barack Obama and Democrats on Saturday of a "bitter, destructive and endless" drive to pass health overhaul legislation that Brown warned would be disastrous.

"An entire year has gone to waste," Brown said in the weekly GOP radio and Internet address. "Millions of Americans have lost their jobs, and many more jobs are in danger. Even now, the president still hasn't gotten the message.

"Somehow, the greater the public opposition to the health care bill, the more determined they seem to force it on us anyway."

..."We need to drop this whole scheme of federally controlled health care, start over, and work together on real reforms at the state level that will contain costs and won't leave America trillions of dollars deeper in debt," Brown said.


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Someone must have explained to Brown that 41 isn't 51. btw, he's wrong about opposition to the bill; it's decreasing, not increasing. The latest McClatchy poll shows Democrats and Independents supporting it, and only Republicans opposing it.
 

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Why do Republicans try to pretend that Obama and the Democrats have ignored the economy? They passed the stimulus practically on day one. Of course overwhelmingly the Republicans didn't even want to do that much.
 
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Please link that poll.

This is from McClatchy as of yesterday...


Public opinion polls, however, haven't shown a turn in favor of the legislation, which is designed to help 31 million people get health insurance and to regulate rates for those who already have it.

The Gallup Poll, for example, found this week that 45 percent supported the legislation and 48 percent opposed it, essentially unchanged from a December survey and a slight drop in support since January.

"They are twisting themselves into pretzels trying to figure some way to get this health care bill passed when they know the public is overwhelmingly against it," said Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., his party's leader in the Senate.



Obama delays Asia trip to push health care through Congress | McClatchy


Read more: Obama delays Asia trip to push health care through Congress | McClatchy


Someone must have explained to Brown that 41 isn't 51. btw, he's wrong about opposition to the bill; it's decreasing, not increasing. The latest McClatchy poll shows Democrats and Independents supporting it, and only Republicans opposing it.
 

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Ame®icano;2093009 said:
and?

is there some point there besides that you're a hack?


didn't think so.

Said another hack.

i piss off enough wingnuts like you on both sides, where i figure i'm doing things just right.

but i knew one of you nutbars would defend the loon. thanks for being predictable.

Only one being predictable here is you, since you started it.

You can criticize and call people names, but when someone reply to you in the same fashion, you go nutz and start neg repping. And YOU call people hacks??? :cuckoo:
 

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Ah yes, look at the little liberals scurrying to dismiss the words of the newest Republican Senator who replaced the deceased Ted Kennedy ...:eusa_whistle:
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Speaking to a national audience, Senator Scott Brown once again takes on Obama and the Democrat leaderships' tone deaf anti-public will policy stylings...

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Newly arrived Republican Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts accused President Barack Obama and Democrats on Saturday of a "bitter, destructive and endless" drive to pass health overhaul legislation that Brown warned would be disastrous.

"An entire year has gone to waste," Brown said in the weekly GOP radio and Internet address. "Millions of Americans have lost their jobs, and many more jobs are in danger. Even now, the president still hasn't gotten the message.

"Somehow, the greater the public opposition to the health care bill, the more determined they seem to force it on us anyway."

..."We need to drop this whole scheme of federally controlled health care, start over, and work together on real reforms at the state level that will contain costs and won't leave America trillions of dollars deeper in debt," Brown said.


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My Way News - New Sen. Brown bashes Obama's `bitter' health push

So what?? Are you saying we are supposed to agree with him because he won Ted Kennedy's vacated seat??? Speaking for myself, I don't really care what he says.
 
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Someone must have explained to Brown that 41 isn't 51. btw, he's wrong about opposition to the bill; it's decreasing, not increasing. The latest McClatchy poll shows Democrats and Independents supporting it, and only Republicans opposing it.
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Still waiting for you to link that poll that you state shows support growing for the plan.

From RCP - including the McClatchy poll, clearly showing a public opposed to this legislation...


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RCP Average 2/13 - 3/8 -- 41.3 48.9 Against/Oppose +7.6
Associated Press/GfK 3/3 - 3/8 1002 A 41 43 Against/Oppose +2
Rasmussen Reports 3/5 - 3/6 1000 LV 42 53 Against/Oppose +11
Gallup 3/4 - 3/7 1014 A 45 48 Against/Oppose +3
Ipsos/McClatchy 2/26 - 2/28 1076 A 41 47 Against/Oppose +6



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Brown is being a good soldier and trying to make up for his support of the jobs bill.

Won't matter, looks like the Dems have the votes
 
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Brown is being a good soldier and trying to make up for his support of the jobs bill.

Won't matter, looks like the Dems have the votes

Really?

From today...:lol:

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More Democrats come out against health care bill


Washington (CNN) -- As House Democratic leaders advised their members Friday to prepare for a legislative battle over health care that could stretch through next weekend, four additional rank-and-file Democrats have come out against the Obama administration's signature domestic priority.

Reps. Ben Chandler of Kentucky, Luiz Gutierrez of Illinois, Stephanie Herseth-Sandlin of South Dakota and Heath Shuler of North Carolina say they will vote against their party's health care plan, which may be headed to a final vote late next week.



More Democrats come out against health care bill - CNN.com
 
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FYI - that poll you cite actually shows support from Democrats for the bill DECLINING.

You may wish to take just a bit more time to learn the very subject you are speaking of...:eusa_whistle:



Please link that poll.

This is from McClatchy as of yesterday...


Public opinion polls, however, haven't shown a turn in favor of the legislation, which is designed to help 31 million people get health insurance and to regulate rates for those who already have it.

The Gallup Poll, for example, found this week that 45 percent supported the legislation and 48 percent opposed it, essentially unchanged from a December survey and a slight drop in support since January.

"They are twisting themselves into pretzels trying to figure some way to get this health care bill passed when they know the public is overwhelmingly against it," said Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., his party's leader in the Senate.



Obama delays Asia trip to push health care through Congress | McClatchy


Read more: Obama delays Asia trip to push health care through Congress | McClatchy


Someone must have explained to Brown that 41 isn't 51. btw, he's wrong about opposition to the bill; it's decreasing, not increasing. The latest McClatchy poll shows Democrats and Independents supporting it, and only Republicans opposing it.
 

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If the dummy crats had the votes pelosi would be having a vote

RIGHT FUCKING NOW!!
 

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FYI - that poll you cite actually shows support from Democrats for the bill DECLINING.

You may wish to take just a bit more time to learn the very subject you are speaking of...:eusa_whistle:



Please link that poll.

This is from McClatchy as of yesterday...


Public opinion polls, however, haven't shown a turn in favor of the legislation, which is designed to help 31 million people get health insurance and to regulate rates for those who already have it.

The Gallup Poll, for example, found this week that 45 percent supported the legislation and 48 percent opposed it, essentially unchanged from a December survey and a slight drop in support since January.

"They are twisting themselves into pretzels trying to figure some way to get this health care bill passed when they know the public is overwhelmingly against it," said Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., his party's leader in the Senate.



Obama delays Asia trip to push health care through Congress | McClatchy


Read more: Obama delays Asia trip to push health care through Congress | McClatchy


Someone must have explained to Brown that 41 isn't 51. btw, he's wrong about opposition to the bill; it's decreasing, not increasing. The latest McClatchy poll shows Democrats and Independents supporting it, and only Republicans opposing it.

Ahem....

http://www.pollster.com/HealthCarer.png
 
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I ate chili cheese fries as part of dinner last night.

I had some brown blasts too.
 

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