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Friday, June 29, 2012

Republicans Respond to Supreme Court Upholding Health Care Law By Setting Date For Its Repeal

Supreme Court's ruling upholding the Affordable Care Act by setting a date for its repeal. "The Supreme Court's decision to uphold ObamaCare is a crushing blow to patients throughout the country," House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) said in a statement. "During the week of July 9th, the House will once again repeal ObamaCare, clearing the way for patient-centered reforms that lower costs and increase choice." Millions of Americans have already benefited from the law, and many more are expected to gain coverage in 2014 and beyond.


Anonymous said...

How do they do this stuff with a straight face knowing it tilting at windmills? How about stop with the diversions and work on the economy.

Anonymous said...

hey 10:48. Use your head it is the economy. duh

Anonymous said...

WTH- 10:48, this is the biggest thing to negatively effect the economy ever! Yes---Duh!

Anonymous said...

George Bush was the biggest thing to negatively effect the economy ever.

Anonymous said...

"Don't look behind the curtain ". As Republicans protect the 1%.

Anonymous said...

Hey 12:35, Was in not George Bush along with Sen John McCain that warned Congress Fannie and Freddie were on the verge of collaspe and needed reform and at the minimum an inquiry?

Wasn't it Barney Frank and the democrats who had control of the House and the Senate who said No everything is fine Fannie and Freddie are in great shape?

The fall of Fannie and Freddie was the cause and the beginning of the poor economy and had George Bush not been OBSTRUCTED by the know nothing Democrats quite probably things would not have fallen as they did!
The FACT stands that the democrats caused this mess and there are no ifs ands or buts about it. Don't be fooled.