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On Health Care Reform. [Mar. 22nd, 2010|11:16 pm]
Sauce1977
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YO G.O.P.
I WANT YOU TO STOP SUCKING
STAY FROSTY


NOW IF YOU'LL EXCUSE ME, I HAVE A COUNTRY TO FIX.
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[User Picture]From: iloveillusions
2010-03-23 04:19 am (UTC)
well said
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2010-03-23 05:39 am (UTC)
Read this account of behind-the-scenes .... great stuff, complete with Al Franken rage, Obama salesmanship, I mean, wow.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2010-03-23 10:59 am (UTC)

LOL, I Feel Violated.

Palm Coast Florida: I feel violated. A decision on how and where I choose to spend my money has been usurped by government legislation. Laws must be obeyed and taxes must be paid but this is an intrusion into my private life where government has no business interjecting its power. What recourse is available other than voting the proponents of the legislation out of office? Seems we are closing the barn door after the cow escaped. America, learn a lesson. We cannot give congressional power to one political party. Had Congress been balanced politically this would never had succeeded.

Randy Barnett: I am a law professor not a political strategist. But as a citizen, the only *political* recourse would be if one party found it in their interest to make repealing this bill a central part of its platform--as Democrats did for repealing prohibition. Then you will have to tolerate the President and Congress being of that party for repeal to happen. In short, the only political antidote for one party rule will be one party rule. Sorry about that.

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