To Moderate House DEMS: Grow some balls and stand with Majority Opposition to ObamaCare or else… your future hangs in the balanceI

Seems the final vote on ObamaCare hinges on the failure or success of Obama’s Snake Oil Salesmanship… accompanied with Chicago style wielding of pressure of the office of the president to do his bidding.

You do not depend on Obama for your political future… your fate is in the hands of your moderate constituents who expect you to vote for them as their Representative in Congress.

Obama is going down the tubes and you know it in your heart of hearts. If ObamaCare passes it will be accelerated.

He is already political toast and he wants you to believe he is something more than what he is.

There is much more money on the side of the Tea Party Movement than he and his leftist organizations can hope to muster. And he knows it. That is why he acted all PO’ed at the Supreme Court during the SOTU address.

It is not too late to do the right thing and vote NO TO OBAMACARE.

As soon as the vote is called by Pelosi, your fate will be sealed one way or the other.

Who do you fear most? A Socialist Snake Oil Salesman or the American Public?

Any play for pay for yea votes will be uncovered.

Every one of you who are culpable will suffer your act being stripped naked and exposed to the Public.

Public Political tarring and feathering comes to mind…


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Michelle Malkin: Taxpayer march on Washington: Saturday high noon and The Deem-o-crats’ towering deception and GOP fights again: Cantor introduces privileged resolution challenging Slaughter Solution; Dems move to table the motion, 232-181 and Video: Democrat Rep. Perriello admits, “If you don’t tie our hands, we will keep stealing” and Speed-readers unite! House Rules Committee finally releases Wreckonciliation bill; Hoyer announces weekend schedule and The House vote on the Slaughter Solution: Update: Constitution-butchers prevail, 222-203; Roll call vote added; Calling out Dems Altmire, Lynch; Barone’s analysis added and Take the Town Halls to Washington; Update: Obama postpones Asia trip to June and Hang in there, Rep. Stupak and CBO: Covering the Backsides of Obamacare-pushers?; Update: House Ds conjure up $940 billion price tag; GOP united in opposition; Dems “giddy;” Pelosi: “I love numbers. They’re so precise.”

HOTAiR: Video: Reconciliation in 90 seconds and TN governor tells Corker, Gordon that state can’t afford ObamaCare and Obamateurism of the Day and Quotes of the day and Video: Bret Baier criticized for his interruptions by … Chris Matthews and Krauthammer: I think it’s going to pass and Former Bush economic advisor: Reconciliation bill contains several “Byrd rule violations” and Thought of the day: “If you don’t tie our hands, we will keep stealing”


Gateway Pundit: White House Announces Dems Will Use “Slaughter Rule” In Future– Possibly On Immigration and Virginia AG Cuccinelli: If Dems Ram Obamacare Through House We Will Be in Court Next Week (Video) and Frank Luntz: The Unabomber Has a Higher Approval Rating Than Members of Congress Right Now (Video) and Honest Democrat Tom Perrielo: “If You Don’t Tie Our Hands, We Will Keep Stealing” (Video) and Democratic Health Care Plan Means $520 Billion Cuts in Medicare & $200 Billion in Taxes on Individuals & Small Businesses and Leftist Media Giggles Over Sport Fishing Ban and Wow!… Senator Coburn MD Warns Dems: We Will Find Your Bribe- We Will Outline Your Vote Buying- Be Prepared to Defend Selling Your Vote in the House (Video) and Dems Approve Slaughter Rule– Will Ram Through Obamacare Without Voting On It

Frugal Café: “DemonPass Lambs-to-the-Slaughter” Bill Passed, 222 – 203… Call Congress Today – Update: ‘Take the Town Halls to Washington’ Link and Obamanomics FAIL… Again: Road Reconstruction for the Wealthy in Illinois, Using Our Stimulus Money… Glorious! (video) and Obamanomics FAIL… Again: Road Reconstruction for the Wealthy in Illinois, Using Our Stimulus Money… Glorious! (video) and Trouble in Nancy’s Kingdom: Pelosi’s Floor Whip Rep. Stephen Lynch Won’t Condone “Deem and Pass” Nor Vote for ObamaCare – Update: Lynch Buckles, Votes for Slaughter Bill and Negative 20… Obama’s Prez Approval Index Still Terrible & Wolverines’ “One-Term President OTP” Music Video

Boudica BPI: Obama and his tribe are asinine, academic, American destroying idiots! and Billboard of the day 3. Enjoy. and 2010 census, make up your own mind.

Mad Conservative: Dem Congressman: “If You Don’t Tie Our Hands, We Will Keep Stealing” and Opinion billboards


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Charging Elephant: What If We Were At War And The Media, Hollywood, and The Democratic Congress Didn’t Know and Obama Care on Life Support and Very Serious!! No Jokes/Parody Here…….J.C. and New CNN Poll Shows Obama’s Popularity Plummeting, May Be in Physical Danger and Democrat Rep. Perriello admits, “If you don’t tie our hands, we will keep stealing”

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137 Responses to To Moderate House DEMS: Grow some balls and stand with Majority Opposition to ObamaCare or else… your future hangs in the balanceI

  1. ohiobelle says:

    Hello VF!

    I want to copy this comment over:

    We know about the Cornhusker deal, Lousiana purchased deal, special consideration for a number of states including Nevada and Massachusetts and now here is the Bismarck Bank deal starring Kent Conrad, D/ND

    The health care bill as many know, includes an educational bill that has nothing-zip-zilch-nada to do with health. It makes student loans subject to the US government by elimination of federal subsidies to banks. It’s a popular liberal move to get votes from undecided (or uncommitted) liberals and it furthers liberals grab for power and big government agenda.

    Not so fast. Senate Budget Chairman Kent Conrad doesn’t want to play that game, so he made a deal to keep subsidies for the Bank of North Dakota. “It’s unique” he says it is “owned by the people of North Dakota. … And they service the loans that they write, so they are not like these other institutions that have created this problem. They don’t farm out servicing of their loans. They retain it.”

    There is nothing unique about the deal however, like Nelson and Landrieu, backroom deals are necessary if you want the vote. Pay for play–kinda like the Chicago Way.

    Who’s next to have their moment of headlines and fame?–backdoor-deal–Bismarck-bank-deal

  2. ohiobelle says:

    I am going to copy this for Fox:

    Here are some of the swing voters!

    Harry Mitchell (202) 225-2190 (480) 946-2411
    Gabrielle Giffords (202) 225-2542 (520) 881-3588
    Ann Kirkpatrick (202) 225-2315 (928) 226-6914
    Jerry McNerney (202) 225-1947 925-833-0643
    John Salazar 202-225-4761 970-245-7107
    Jim Himes (202) 225-5541 (866) 453-0028
    Alan Grayson (202) 225-2176 (407) 841-1757
    Bill Foster (202) 225-2976 630-406-1145
    Baron Hill 202 225 5315 812 288 3999
    Mark Schauer (202) 225-6276 (517) 780-9075
    Gary Peters (202) 225-5802 (248) 273-4227
    Dina Titus (202) 225-3252 702-256-DINA (3462)
    Carol Shea-Porter (202) 225-5456 (603) 743-4813
    Tim Bishop (202) 225-3826 (631) 696-6500
    John Hall (202) 225-5441 (845) 225-3641 x49371
    Bill Owens (202) 225-4611 (315) 782-3150
    Mike Arcuri (202)225-3665 (315)793-8146
    Dan Maffei (202) 225-3701 (315) 423-5657
    Earl Pomneroy (202) 225-2611 (701) 224-0355
    Steven Driehaus (202) 225-2216 (513) 684-2723
    Mary Jo Kilroy (202) 225-2015 (614) 294-2196
    Zach Space (202) 225-6265 (330) 364-4300
    Kathy Dahlkemper (202) 225-5406 (814) 456-2038
    Patrick Murphy (202) 225-4276 (215) 826-1963
    Christopher Carney (202) 225-3731 (570) 585-9988
    Paul Kanjorski (202) 225-6511 (570) 825-2200
    John Spratt (202) 225-5501 (803)327-1114
    Tom Perriello (202) 225-4711 (276) 656-2291
    Alan Mollohan (202) 225-4172 (304) 623-4422
    Nick Rahall (202) 225-3452 (304) 252-5000
    Steve Kagen (202) 225-5665 (920) 437-1954

    A list of more names and how they will most likely vote.

  3. ohiobelle says:

    I’ve got to run for a little bit. I’ll be back shortly.

  4. Foxwood says:

    Rattle the Socialist Cages in Washington!

    Toll Free Whitehouse Switchboard number: 877-762-8762
    or toll at:

    Call your favorite Democrat and tell them what you think of this POS healthcare bill.

    Here is the House URL to get some names:

  5. Foxwood says:

    Here is the House URL to get some names.

  6. Arla Jeanne Murray says:

    I phoned all numbers on this list….both home state numbers and D.C. The ones I reached their mail boxes were full. I think you need to add their e mail addresses.
    Thank you for all you do.

  7. ohiobelle says:

    I just heard this on cspan. Alot of the sweetheart deals are job offerings once they lose their seat for voting yes to healthcare. The jobs that were mentioned was Administrator of NASA and US Embassador in NATO. I guess we wouldn’t find out about these sweetheart deals until long after the vote.

  8. ohiobelle says:

    I still don’t know if Countrywide Dodd is getting the $100 million “hospital handout”.

  9. Foxwood says:

    The Senate Republicans said they would ferret out anyone who takes a deal.

  10. ohiobelle says:

    Here are Congressmen in the state of Ohio whose votes are not clearly decided. Please call them at both their Washington and district offices:

    Steven Driehaus (202) 225-2216 (513) 684-2723
    Mary Jo Kilroy (202) 225-2015 (614) 294-2196
    Zach Space (202) 225-6265 (330) 364-4300

    Christopher Carney (202) 225-3731 (570) 585-9988

  11. ohiobelle says:

    I might as well take Kilroy off the list. She sells us out every single time.

  12. ohiobelle says:

    I have been unable to contact any of them at their local offices and their DC numbers are all busy. I was able to talk to people at their local offices and told them I am against this bill. I was told that Kilroy is still undecided.

  13. Foxwood says:

    Ok… I wasn’t able to comment a while ago. It said I didn’t give an email. I was logged in… Odd!

  14. Foxwood says:

    They are trying to break our resolve by telling us they have the votes. If they had the votes, they would vote right now, damn the 72 hours to read.

    They do NOT have the votes!

  15. ohiobelle says:

    Fox, I was able to read the bill and it is worse than before. There are alot more cuts to Medicaid and alot more taxes.

    They don’t want people to read this bill! They really screwed us over.

    Do you think the Congressmen are reading this bill?? They better be.

  16. ohiobelle says:

    I called Carneys office and they slammed the phone down. We need to keep putting the pressure on. They don’t have the votes.

  17. ohiobelle says:

    I’ve been telling the people that answer the phone that I may not live in their district but I will travel to their district to campaign against them!

  18. Foxwood says:

    Rush has info that says their are 40 undecided votes.

  19. Foxwood says:

    Pelosi Prays To St. Joseph To Pass Health Care

    Mrs. Abortion-Separation of Church and State prays?

  20. ohiobelle says:

    Fox wrote: Rush has info that says their are 40 undecided votes.

    Let’s all hope that is true. It would ruin their pep rally at the White House tomorrow.

  21. ohiobelle says:

    I am making a picture with a sign that reads:


  22. ohiobelle says:

    I think Princess Pelosi Pelosi made public the final text of the health care bill. I wonder what we will find!

    I don’t understand why anybody would support this?? It has $523 billion in Medicare cuts and $570 billion in new taxes. What are they really voting on? Sad day in America.

  23. ohiobelle says:

    I don’t have time before happy hour to read all this new information!! Nice of them to sneak it in on a Friday afternoon!!!

    Click to access 111_hr4872_rpt2.pdf

  24. ohiobelle says:

    Oh and I just LOVE THE SMALL PRINT!!

  25. ohiobelle says:

    It’s been stuff like this that I really don’t understand. It’s hard to tell what some of this crap really means.

    (b) COORDINATION WITH STATE LAW OF HAWAII.—The Commissioner shall, based
    on ongoing consultation with the appropriate officials of the State of Hawaii, make
    adjustments to rules and regulations of the Commissioner under this division as
    may be necessary, as determined by the Commissioner, to most effectively coordinate
    the provisions of this division with the provisions of the Hawaii Prepaid Health
    Care Act, taking into account any changes made from time to time to the Hawaii
    Prepaid Health Care Act and related laws of such State.

  26. Foxwood says:

    The way I understand it, the bill you read, Belle is smoke and mirrors. Within the bill, or the vote, not sure, is the rule that says they deem the Senate bill passed. Palosi will separate the bill from the deemed passed Senate bill and send the deemed passed bill (Senate bill) to the President.

    It’s unConstitutional, because Article VI Clause 2 in the Constitution says the exact bill has to be passed (not deemed passed) by both sides of Congress.

  27. ohiobelle says:

    This new stuff has single payer and coverage for illegals that are born in the USA.

    I have to stop reading for now. I’ll check back later.

  28. Foxwood says:

    Headed to Shreveport. May be out all night.

  29. Foxwood says:

    Fox says they have the votes. If they had the votes, they would vote right now!

  30. ohiobelle says:

    I am back… I have alot of reading to do!

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  32. ohiobelle says:

    Okay it’s late but I am back to reading the bill.

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  34. samhenry says:


    See article at HotAir on possible deal between Pelosi and Dupak

    DOG says hello and climbs back into manned drone to continue reconnaissance flights over Congressional actions.

  35. samhenry says:

    Sorry for duplicate comments. My machine has been acting up.

    Stupak announcement 11:AM today preceding Obama speech today.

    However, this can backfire. see

    Pelosi’s Abortion Land Mine May Go “Boom”

    love from your faithful information retriever. Back to the drone having droned on.

  36. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my Fellow Patriots 🙂

  37. samiam60 says:

    Just for fun!

    Rules for Bullshit Bingo

    1. Before Barrack Obama’s next televised speech, prepare your “Bullshit
    Bingo” card by drawing a square.
    I find that 5″ x 5″ is a good size — and dividing it into columns –five
    across and five down. That will give you 25 1-inch blocks.
    2. Write one of the following words/phrases in each block:

    . Restored our reputation
    . Strategic fit
    . Let me be clear
    . Make no mistake
    . Back from the brink
    . Signs of recovery
    . Out of the loop
    . Benchmark
    . Job creation
    . Fiscal restraint
    . Win-win
    . Affordable health care
    . Previous Administration
    . Greed on Wall Street
    . At the end of the day
    . Empower (or empowerment)
    . Touch base
    . Mindset
    . Corporate greed
    . Ballpark
    . Game plan
    . Leverage
    . Inherited as in “I inherited this mess”
    . Relief for working families (alternate – “unprecedented”)

    3. Check off the appropriate block when you hear one of those
    4. When you get five blocks horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, stand
    up and shout “BULLSHIT!”

    Testimonials from past satisfied “Bullshit Bingo” players:

    “I had been listening to the speech for only five minutes when I won.” –
    Jack W., Boston

    “My attention span during speeches has improved dramatically.” –
    David D., Florida

    “What a gas! Speeches will never be the same for me after my first win.” –
    Bill R., New York City

    “The atmosphere was tense in the last speech as 14 of us waited for the fifth box.” –
    Ben G., Denver

    “The speaker was stunned as eight of us screamed “BULLSHIT!” for the third
    time in two hours.” – Harry A, Kansas City

    “This is the most fun I have ever had with my pants up!” –
    Robert H. Portland

  38. samiam60 says:

    Report: ACORN on the Verge of Bankruptcy

    Officials from the group told the New York Times it is dealing with “mismanagement along with a severe loss of government and membership funds.”

  39. samiam60 says:

    The liberal activist group ACORN is suffering from a steep loss of funding and will this weekend discuss plans to file for bankruptcy in a teleconference, the New York Times reported.

    Officials from the group told the Times it is dealing with “mismanagement along with a severe loss of government and membership funds.”

    The group is reeling from a disbanding of at least 15 of its 30 state chapters while its large New York and California chapters have set up fresh organizations.

    ACORN, or the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, describes itself as an advocate for low-income and minority home buyers and residents.

    The group has come under fire over the past six months for videos showing some ACORN workers giving tax tips to conservative activists posing as a pimp and prostitute.

    ACORN’s financial situation and reputation went into free fall within days of the videos’ release in September. Congress reacted by yanking ACORN’s federal funding, private donors held back cash and scores of ACORN offices closed.

    For years, ACORN could draw on 400,000 members to lobby for liberal causes, such as raising the minimum wage or adopting universal health care. Locally, its activists pushed city officials to fix broken street lights and it pressured banks to offer more favorable loans to low-income Americans. ACORN was arguably most successful at registering hundreds of thousands of low-income voters, though that mission was dogged by fraud allegations, including that some workers submitted forms signed by ‘Mickey Mouse’ or other cartoon characters.

    The Associated Press contributed to this report

  40. samiam60 says:

    Thought I would post this Fox News/New York times article here since CNN has not reported on this.

    That’s why you CNN fans only get half the news half the time and come on here so very misinformed all of the time.

  41. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning SamHenry! Sammy!

  42. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning VF and SamH.


    Cannon roll please!

  43. rosehips says:

    sami, I take it you are talking to me. are you? Well, for one I am not a cnn “fan”. I watch it less now than I used to, but I would never call myself a fan, unless you are talking about the glory days of ireporting. Then I guess I was a fan. I still wear my cnn ireporter tee shirt to bed sometimes.

    or maybe you are talking about somebody else? Please tell me you didn’t mean me, because frankly I think that if you get your news primarily from FOX, you are in la la land. I don’t want to make you feel bad, although I fear I might. I’ve already been dissed here this week leaving me thinking that some peeps around here really don’t value my opinions very much at all. I may not agree with you, but of course I feel my views have validity. I don’t expect any of you to agree, but if my opinions are viewed as “full of holes” or misinformed, I guess maybe I should leave them to myself. I don’t want to embarrass myself.

    sami said: That’s why you CNN fans only get half the news half the time and come on here so very misinformed all of the time.

  44. rosehips says:

    oh and good morning peeps!

  45. Foxwood says:

    Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow unAmerican Nazis!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  46. Foxwood says:

    Was up till 12 last night. Had to drive to Shreveport.

    Big storm coming in tonight. WAH!

  47. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Rosey, Sami, SamH, and VF!

  48. Foxwood says:

    Did I dis you this week, Rosey? I’m trying hard not to. Let me know.

  49. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood! Rosehips!

  50. rosehips says:

    foxy, no I was not talking about you. You get a pass. I expect it from you. 😉

  51. VotingFemale says:


    FOX News is lala land? aaahahahahahahahaha

    MSNBC is lala land.

  52. rosehips says:

    morning VF!
    haha, wordpress just told me to slow down….

  53. rosehips says:

    I am not defending msnbc because I have rarely ever seen it. I don’t care much for reactionary news, which is what I view both msnbc and fox.

    VF said: Rosehips,

    FOX News is lala land? aaahahahahahahahaha

    MSNBC is lala land.

  54. boudicabpi says:

    NY Scott Murphy (D district 20) turned from leaning against to leaning for this POS bill.
    Bob A.

  55. rosehips says:

    you peeps think Fox is fair and balanced. That is so far from the truth. Yes they have opposing opinions but have you ever seen anything really favorable about our government? If your answer is that there is nothing favorable to say, I figured. I’m sure that is how FOX would defend itself too.

    FOX has done a powerful job of shaping the minds of millions of its “fans” I commend them.

  56. Foxwood says:

    You gals need to get a good, well rounded diet of news like I do. I watch Fox, and listen to Rush, Glenn, and Hannity. I catch Levin when I can.

  57. Foxwood says:

    “If your answer is that there is nothing favorable to say, I figured. ”

    Communism, Bad.

  58. VotingFemale says:

    MSNBC can not be defended and it has nothing to do with whether someone is a regular viewer of it.

    And FOX News has its share of Socialist cheerleaders.. two that immediately come to mind is Juan Williams and Geraldo Rivera.

    CNN talking heads calling American Voters ‘tea baggers’ ended their pretense of objectivity.

  59. rosehips says:

    how bout that NCAA tourney?

    Go Gonzaga!

    Sorry bout Oklahoma foxy. It was a squeaker but they just couldn’t get the best of GA Tech.

    I don’t usually watch much basketball but got into the Zags game yesterday and then never turned the channel so I caught the end of some of the other games.

  60. rosehips says:

    VF, of course msnbc can be defended. just not by me. I think they are biased and elitist and smug. Others can defend them, they just won’t convince me.

  61. rosehips says:

    and as I said, FOX does have dissenting opinion but that does not mean that they are fair and balanced. I watched “Special Report” yesterday. If that is balanced, I’m Sarah Palin.

  62. VotingFemale says:

    This is how these flame wars get started, Rose.
    Sammy made a general statement and you took it personally as a slam and returned fire.

    chill out, girlfriend.

    You are not capable of telling anyone what they think. there is no such thing as a mind reader.

    And anyone who puts the credibility of the Socialist Lame Stream Media as superior to FOX News is a partisan liberal.

    rosehips says

    you peeps think Fox is fair and balanced.

  63. rosehips says:

    foxy, it is very apparent that you get your news from the extremist media. That you are proud of your one-sided source of news is very telling. But not surprising.

    foxy said: You gals need to get a good, well rounded diet of news like I do. I watch Fox, and listen to Rush, Glenn, and Hannity. I catch Levin when I can.

  64. rosehips says:

    okay, I’ll chill VF. I asked sami if he was talking about me. I did take it personally. He has not responded. I’m sorry for flaming.

  65. Foxwood says:

    Rosey, Your making me work. I’m trying to find the info on the Communist Party leader running for President in 1936 against FDR. When FDR started work on the NEW (Raw) DEAL, he got out of the race, saying that Roosevelt had much of his agenda taken.

    You mentioned last week that the CPUSA liked Obutthole. Sound familiar. Even if Obutthole is not a Communist (you can’t convince me he’s not), he has taken much of their agenda.

  66. rosehips says:

    and I defend no media but Free Speech tv and Democracy Now. and other media that does not accept advertising or depend on gov’t funding.

  67. Foxwood says:

    Rosey, Did I mention last week I read The KOS and other extreme bullsh!t?

  68. Foxwood says:

    But I get my real sources from REAL news.

  69. rosehips says:

    I don’t know enough about CPUSA to comment. I think you are probably overstating. Can you be more specific about how Obama and the CPUSA are alligned?

    foxy said: Even if Obutthole is not a Communist (you can’t convince me he’s not), he has taken much of their agenda.

  70. rosehips says:

    and did I mention I DON’T read the KOS?

  71. rosehips says:

    I guess “real” is a relative term.

  72. Foxwood says:

    “Can you be more specific about how Obama and the CPUSA are alligned?”

    I don’t mean alligned, Obutthole has the same agenda as CPUSA. As you say, that doesn’t make him a Communist, because CPUSA likes him, but if it quacks.

  73. rosehips says:

    could you be more specific foxy? What agendas do they both have? I’m not asking what you think they have. I’m talking official agendas.

  74. rosehips says:

    and by alligned I meant having the same agenda.

  75. Foxwood says:

    spread the wealth

    You don’t need much, Rosey, CPUSA likes him. You will not believe that the SEIU is ran by a Communist. What’s his face has spent more time in the WH than anyone. “Workers of the world unite” Communist saying said by the SEIU leader. Unions have always been pinko.

    Obutthole is bypassing the Constitution to get his Communist plan in place. You will never believe Healthcare is the keystone to Socialism if Lenin crawled out of his grave and told you himself.

    All the information I have given you the last two weeks is what Communist is about. You just have to listen.

  76. Foxwood says:

    Did you read the 45 goals?

  77. Foxwood says:

    Do you know what social justice means?

  78. rosehips says:

    foxy, does CPUSA support the health reform bill?

  79. Foxwood says:

    “Spread the wealth” does not mean free market.

    “Spread the wealth” depresses the free market.

    “Spread the wealth” is intentional.

  80. Foxwood says:

    “Medicine is the keystone to Socialism.” Lenin

  81. Foxwood says:

    Everybody Obutthole has grown up with is or was Communist, including his mom, dad, and grandparents. He hires Communist, Marxists, etc into his administration. Healthcare is 20% of the economy and he is going to control it if this bill passes.

    You can’t prove he’s a Communist, but he quacks.

  82. VotingFemale says:

    So the House will vote to approve the health care bill on Sunday, the Senate will promptly polish off a “fix-it” bill, and this whole political nightmare will end — right?

    Not so fast.

    Michigan Rep. Bart Stupak, an anti-abortion Democrat, is floating a plan to introduce an entirely separate bill — in addition to the main Senate bill and the House’s package of changes — to tighten restrictions on abortion funding. This would create a whole new set of votes that have to be cast before Congress can finish its work.

    On top of that, Republican senators are warning that they will drag out the process of approving the “sidecar” package of changes that House Democrats want to see passed in exchange for their vote on the main Senate bill. Republicans plan to tinker with that bill so that after they’re done with it, the House has to take it up again.

    If they succeed, it means the health care issue won’t go away Sunday — or even next week. And Democrats who are looking to get beyond the debate, particularly those in moderate or conservative districts, will be dogged by the issue as they enter the high season of campaigning.

  83. VotingFemale says:

    continued from above…

    “There’s way too much uncertainty,” House Minority Whip Eric Cantor, R-Va., told Fox News.

    Ideally for Democrats, the House will approve the original Senate bill, approve the “reconciliation” bill and then send that to the Senate, where it will be adopted intact and sent to President Obama’s desk. The “reconciliation” bill is the package of changes to the Senate-passed bill that was unveiled Thursday — under the reconciliation rules, Democrats will be able to pass that bill with just 51 votes in the Senate, instead of 60.

    But there are several problems with that plan.

    First, Stupak’s move to draft a new bill is a considerable complication. He’s the moderate Democrat who spearheaded a measure on the original House bill to create a virtual wall between taxpayer dollars and abortion coverage. The Senate bill is seen to be weaker on that front, and Stupak and his allies have pledged to oppose the bill unless they see changes.

    If he can pass a bill of “corrections” to the abortion language out of the House, that would have to pass the Senate and then be signed into law by the president before the Senate can take up the package of changes.

    Then there are problems with the reconciliation bill itself.

    “People who are relying on the reconciliation bill in the House of Representatives … may well be being sold a bill of goods,” Sen. Judd Gregg, R-N.H., said on the floor Thursday.

    If the bill is changed at all in the Senate, the House has to take another stab at it. And then if the House changes it, then the Senate has to take it up again. And so on.

    Republicans see this as likely.

    “It would in any case have to go back to the House of Representatives,” said Sen. John Thune, R-S.D.

    The prospect of a prolonged health care debate surely doesn’t sit well with many Democrats, even though Obama reportedly is telling them the vote is good for their political survival.

    The Republicans’ specific strategy for prolonging the debate is to exploit a potential problem with the reconciliation bill.

    The main trouble spot is that the package includes a change to the controversial tax on high-cost “Cadillac” insurance plans — under a compromise, because liberal Democrats and unions despise it, the tax would be put off until 2018, as opposed to 2013.

    But Republicans argue that the adjustment would run afoul of a congressional rule that says reconciliation cannot be used to tweak Social Security. Because the tax on “Cadillac” insurance plans is projected to bring in revenue to Social Security, any change to that tax would presumably affect Social Security.

    This is a clear violation of the rule, GOP sources told Fox News.

    It takes 60 votes to waive any objections Republicans might bring up on the floor on those grounds, but Democrats have only 59. And there aren’t a lot of senators crossing aisles these days.

    Even Democratic North Dakota Sen. Kent Conrad, in an interview with Fox News, conceded that changes are likely. But his strategy is to fix the bill on the House side before it gets to the Senate to minimize the chances of it getting sent back.

    The GOP strategy appears to be two-fold, though: Either toy with the bill when it gets to the Senate and drag out the process, or prevent the bill from coming to the Senate at all.

    If Republicans can make the case that key parts of the “sidecar” bill will never be passed, then they hope a number of fence-sitting House Democrats will not want to go on record in support of a Senate bill they see as seriously flawed.

    “So if you’re a member of the House of Representatives, the best you can hope for is you’re going to get a bill back to the House that has a lot of these provisions that you care about knocked out,” Thune said, calling the idea that the Senate is going to fix all the problems in the original bill an “incredible leap of faith.”

    Fox News’ Chad Pergram and Trish Turner contributed to this report.

  84. rosehips says:

    the whole process of reconciliation is a farce, at least in the case of this health care bill.

    I watched Greta’s interview with a Rep. rep last night. I don’t remember what his name is. But he explained what would most likely happen if the bill is “approved” and I think the process is severely flawed.

  85. Foxwood says:


    One of our main slogans is “People and Nature Before Profits.”

    The Communist Party stands for the interests of the American working class and the American people. It stands for our interests in both the present and the future. Solidarity with workers of other countries is also part of our work. We work in coalition with the labor movement, the peace movement, the student movement, organizations fighting for equality and social justice, the environmental movement, immigrants rights groups and the health care for all campaign.

    Marxist ideas have been elaborated and modernized by other great revolutionaries such as Vladimir Lenin, Ho Chi Minh and Fidel Castro. The validity of Marxism has been repeatedly demonstrated by its role in guiding successful social struggles and revolutions in every part of the world. Marxism is not a rigid dogma, but relies on the scientific method to analyze and change society, so it is constantly developing and adapting as society itself changes.

    Founded in 1919, the Communist Party has helped win important changes in our country. Communists helped organize the great industrial unions including steel, meatpacking and auto. Communists were pioneers in the 1930s in the fight for Social Security, unemployment compensation, the 8-hour day and the 40-hour week. They took a lead in the fight against lynching and to save the Scottsboro Nine. Communists were among those who developed militant direct action tactics – such as the sit-down strikes that helped win unionization of the auto industry. At the height of the Great Depression communist neighborhood clubs organized mass unemployed councils that put back the furniture of evicted neighbors. In rural areas, communists organized to block bank auction of foreclosed farms.

  86. rosehips says:

    Well, although the communist propaganda sounds good, I’m not sure why you are posting it. What of the above do you disaprove of foxy?
    What President or candidate does not stand for the interests of the American people?

  87. rosehips says:

    foxy, If Neo-Nazis agreed with your candidate, would you consider your candidate a Nazi?

  88. rosehips says:

    This is what I consider a reactive solution to the spike in cases of asthma in our country. Why do so many more Americans suffer from asthma (second only to South Korea) than other countries? Is the environment? are we too hygenic? The answers are not clear, but theories do exist. Why don’t we spend more research money on finding out what causes such high rates in the US?

    March 20, 2010 in Nation/World
    Marrow transplant may help asthma sufferers
    Scientists report early success with mice
    Karen Kaplan Los Angeles Times

    LOS ANGELES – Cases of severe, therapy-resistant asthma are on the rise worldwide, and new strategies are needed to treat the estimated 100,000 people who die of asthma every year. Researchers from the National Institutes of Health and their colleagues are exploring a radical solution: bone marrow transplants.

  89. rosehips says:

    The “Hygiene Hypothesis”
    One theory researchers have for what causes asthma is the “hygiene hypothesis.” They believe that our Western lifestyle—with its emphasis on hygiene and sanitation—has resulted in changes in our living conditions and an overall decline in infections in early childhood.

    Many young children no longer experience the same types of environmental exposures and infections as children did in the past. This affects the way that the immune systems in today’s young children develop during very early childhood, and it may increase their risk for atopy and asthma. This is especially true for children who have close family members with one or both of these conditions.

  90. Foxwood says:

    Got to shower…

    Hmmm… didn’t post…

    I’m done with my shower! 🙂

  91. Foxwood says:

    “If Neo-Nazis agreed with your candidate, would you consider your candidate a Nazi?”

    Doesn’t matter, Rosey. The Communists agree with MOST of Obuttholes agenda. He’s a Communist.

  92. rosehips says:

    I find this disturbing. But how do we combat childhood obesity? Should it be left up to parents? They obviously aren’t doing a very good job. So how do we change the way parents raise their kids? Or should we even try?

    okay, my 5 comment rule dictates that I stop now. See you later!

    US child obesity problem worse than thought

    Last Updated: 2010-03-19 9:29:36 -0400 (Reuters Health)

    By JoAnne Allen

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Extreme obesity among American children is much worse than previously believed, putting them at greater risk of serious health problems as they age, U.S. researchers said on Thursday.

    A study of more than 700,000 children and teens in southern California found that more than 6 percent, or 45,000, were extremely obese and more boys than girls were far too heavy, the researchers reported in the Journal of Pediatrics.

    “This study is unique because it is the first time that we’ve had a large up-to-date snapshot of what’s happening with obesity in our children,” co-author Dr. Amy Porter of Kaiser Permanente health care system said in a video statement.

    “The prevalence of obesity in children is much higher than we ever thought it was” Porter said. She said the study also showed that extreme obesity was rising in almost every group.

    It found that 7 percent of boys and 5 percent of girls were extremely obese, as were more than 2 percent of all children under 5 years old.

  93. Foxwood says:

    Not sure if you read this, that’s why I repeat it.

    Everybody Obutthole has grown up with is or was Communist, including his mom, dad, and grandparents. He hires Communist, Marxists, etc into his administration. Healthcare is 20% of the economy and he is going to control it if this bill passes.

    You can’t prove he’s a Communist, but he quacks.

  94. Foxwood says:

    You are reading my comments?

  95. rosehips says:

    ah, a reprieve… can you substantiate this foxy, or is this your opinion?

    foxy said: Doesn’t matter, Rosey. The Communists agree with MOST of Obuttholes agenda. He’s a Communist.

  96. rosehips says:

    If you can’t prove it, it is not a fact. Or am I confused about what a fact is?

  97. rosehips says:

    well, I’ll be. I don’t even know what a fact is! I thought it was something that could be proven. silly me.

    Main Entry: fact
    Pronunciation: \ˈfakt\
    Function: noun
    Etymology: Latin factum, from neuter of factus, past participle of facere
    Date: 15th century
    1 : a thing done: as a obsolete : feat b : crime c archaic : action
    2 archaic : performance, doing
    3 : the quality of being actual : actuality
    4 a : something that has actual existence b : an actual occurrence
    5 : a piece of information presented as having objective reality

    — in fact : in truth

  98. Foxwood says:

    My opinion is he’s a Communist, but at the risk of another repeat:

    Everybody Obutthole has grown up with is or was Communist, including his mom, dad, and grandparents. He hires Communist, Marxists, etc into his administration. Healthcare is 20% of the economy and he is going to control it if this bill passes.

    You can’t prove he’s a Communist, but he quacks.

  99. Foxwood says:

    Now if you want to challenge the above statement, I will use your words. I am not going to hunt throughout this blog where the facts have been posted before to refute you. They are within this blog.

  100. rosehips says:

    okay, just checking foxy. I thought I remember you saying you only speak in facts. Maybe I am mistaken?

  101. Foxwood says:

    You want to start it again Rosey? I’d love to piss you off again.

  102. rosehips says:

    Well, I don’t accept your statements about Obama’s parents and grandparents being communists. I know Glenn Beck told you so, but can you substantiate the claim? I sincerely doubt it.

  103. rosehips says:

    do I sense a little agitation foxy? I better go before it gets worse.

    see you later!

  104. Foxwood says:

    I know it takes some brains to put 2 and 2 together Rosey. It’s hard for liberals to use their brains.

  105. Foxwood says:

    “I sincerely doubt it.”

    Is that your opinion, Rosey?

  106. rosehips says:

    one last thing foxy. Just to let you know that someone read about the dog you rescued. I think you did the right thing by taking it to the pound. Hopefully the best owners will be found for the pup. I think it best that you allowed someone else to subjugate and control the doggy. 😉

  107. rosehips says:

    yes, it is my opinion which I have never denied giving here. that would be a laugh if I did. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  108. rosehips says:

    sometimes I give my brain a rest when I come here and just carry on through instinct.


  109. rosehips says:

    gawd, why is it so difficult for me to pull away from the keyboard?

    maybe I should go clean my house. My son is coming home for spring break today. I think I’ll spruce the place up. I should put up a big banner for him. I’d love to see his face as his friend pulls up to the house later today.

  110. Foxwood says:

    Have you read “Wet Dreams of my Father” yet, Rose?

    During Obama’s campaign for the 2008 presidential election, he portrayed his mother as a conservative girl from Kansas; however in reality she was a radical leftist and cultural Marxist. She lived in the Seattle area; spending her teenage years in Seattle coffee shops with other young radical leftist. Obama claims his mother’s family were conservative Methodists or Baptists from Kansas. However his mother’s parents were members of a left-wing Unitarian church near Seattle. The church located in Bellevue, Washington was nicknamed ‘the little red church,’ because of its communist leanings.

    The school Ann attended, Mercer Island High School, was a hotbed of pro-Marxist radical teachers. John Stenhouse, board member, told the House Un-American Activities Subcommittee that he had been a member of the Communist Party USA and this school has a number of Marxists on its staff. Two teachers at this school, Val Foubert and Jim Wichterman, both Frankfurt School style Marxists, taught a critical theory curriculum to students which included; rejection of societal norms, attacks on Christianity, the traditional family, and assigned readings by Karl Marx. The hallway between Foubert’s and Wichterman classrooms was some times called ‘anarchy ally.’

    Dunham has been described by her friends as ‘a fellow traveler’ meaning ‘a communist sympathizer.’

    Stanley Ann Dunham Soetoro
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    Stanley Ann Dunham, Mercer Island High School

    Stanley Ann Dunham Soetoro (November 29, 1942 – November 7, 1995), also known as Ann Dunham and Stanley Ann Dunham, was an American cultural anthropologist, left-wing social activist, and the mother of Barack Obama and Maya Soetoro. She was born on an Army base at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to Stanley and Madelyn Dunham. Her father (who gave his only child his name) was a furniture salesman and her mother a bank vice president. The family lived in Kansas, California, Texas and in 1955 moved to Seattle, Washington.[1] A year later they moved to nearby Mercer Island so that 13-year old Ann could attend Mercer Island High School that had just opened. At the school she was on the debate team and graduated in 1960.[1]

    During Obama’s campaign for the 2008 presidential election he portrayed his mother as a conservative girl from Kansas; however in reality she was a radical leftist and cutural Marxist. She lived in the Seattle area; spending her teenage years in Seattle’s coffee shops with other young leftist radicals. Obama claims his mother’s family were conserevative Methodists or Baptists from Kansas. However his mother’s parents were members of a left-wing Unitarian church near Seattle. The church located in Bellevue, Washington was nicknamed “the little red church,” because of it’s communist leanings.

    Rose, I just wondered… Do you do research?

  111. Foxwood says:

    Since you have admitted you don’t go behind me to fact check, I would say you do not research. Just my opinion.

  112. Foxwood says:

    You said you don’t read the KOS. Mabey so, but quack.

  113. Foxwood says:

    Rose, Did you notice anything familiar in the CPUSA faq page?

  114. Foxwood says:

    I’m not nice when I get started, Rose. I didn’t start it, but I’m started.

  115. dancingczars says:

    ‘This too won’t Pass!’ Trust me, people will do what’s in their own best interest to get re-elected. Look for Obama, Reid, and Pelosi to be looking for razor blades Sunday evening. JIm

  116. samhenry says:

    This is a fly by. I HAVE to get out in the sun and a friend is bringing me lunch. It looks as if I’ve got it made in the shade.

    Remember Stupak on at 11:00 – NOW


  117. samhenry says:

    Stupak has been delayed. No reason why.


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