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Question by : How is the opposition to Affordable Care Act of 2010 similar to past historical debates like nullification?
FOR A STUPID GOVERNMENT QUESTION DUE TOMORROW! It’s h.w. Please, someone help me. I don’t understand the act or her.(GOV. teacher)
Answer by Homey Don’t Play Dat!
Some States’ feel Obamacare is unconstitutional, thus have the right to nullify the individual mandate. That in of itself won’t stop it, a trip to the Supreme Court will.
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EDMONTON — Alberta’s opposition politicians say it’s time to give up on Premier Ed Stelmach’s government ever solving health-care problems, adding they plan to use the fall legislature session to put forward solutions of their own.
*teabaggers posted the home address of what they THOUGHT was the home of Democrat who voted yes on healthcare bill, but in fact was his brother’s home.
They cut his GAS LINE.
Any Rightwinger want to comment on this level of terrorist activity? Any of you ever seen a gas explosion in a neighborhood? Any of you aware of the circle of devastation which could have occurred?
“After a tea party organizer published the address of the brother of Rep. Tom Perriello (D-VA) in a blog post urging anti-health reform activists to “drop by,” someone cut a propane gas line at the house, Politico is reporting.
Now the FBI is investigating what happened at the home near Charlottesville, according to Politico.
The development comes on the heels of at least five instances of vandalism — mainly in the form smashed doors and windows — at Democratic offices around the country in the days around the House health care vote Sunday night.
In the Periello case, an activist named Mike Troxel of the Lynchburg Tea Party wrote a blog post telling activists to add a “personal touch” to their anger at Periello — who voted yes on the health care bill — by going to his house. But Troxel mistakenly posted the address of Periello’s brother.”
I want everyone to read the post written by “No more handouts” — that could be word-for-word coming out of the mouths of THE GUYS WHO FLEW INTO THE BUILDINGS IN NEW YORK back in Sept. of 2001.
That is the DEFINITION of terrorism.
Logan- the link was posted in the body of my post. It’s right after the excerpt from the article.
new Gallup poll has only 40% of Americans opposed to the passed health care reform bill.
FOX NEWS calling themselves FAIR & BALANCED is comparable to calling Tiger Woods a faithful husband
LINK TO GALLUP POLL
He also said Obama made a mistake by focusing so heavily on overhauling health care during the past two years, after underestimating the Republican opposition he would face after being elected president. Giannoulias refused to publicly …
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Alexi Giannoulias Touts Independence, Says Obama's Heavy …
Gov. Tim Pawlenty repeated his opposition Friday to so-called “insurance exchanges,” a key piece of health care reform. He said that exchanges amount to government interfering with the free market. That’s a reversal from 2007, when Pawlenty proposed his own insurance exchange program for Minnesota businesses.
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Pawlenty does about-face on insurance exchange idea
Boxer Attacked On… Carly’s Opposition To The Health Care Overhaul But The Record Shows… The Health Care Law Is Already Driving Up Premiums And Affecting Coverage For Students And Children:
U.S. Rep. C.W. Bill Young , R-Indian Shores, has released his second TV ad, this one focusing on spending, for his re-election bid against state Sen. Charlie Justice , D-St. Petersburg. The congressman known for lots of earmarks highlights his opposition to the bank bailout and Obama’s healthcare legislation and other spending issues. The ad features former St. Petersburg mayor Rick Baker …
Bill Young releases second TV ad
Cornell University Law School Professor William Jacobsen brave launched today his week long "dart board" analysis of HR 3200, the ObamaCare bill on the House. Selecting random sections of the law to analyze each day this week on his …
“Good policy is good politics,” Obama said. But “Healthcare reform” passed with zero Republican support and bipartisan opposition. And with midterm elections on the horizon, Democrats who voted “no” are posing as heroes.
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