Neither side in an argument can find the truth when both make an absolute claim on it.
Did you really expect that the bill was going to be modeled exactly along the conservative line? If they wanted the bill tailored to their expectations, they should have taken care of it when they had the Senate, House and the White House. But guess what? They weren't interested, so now they have to take the position of being in the minority. When they take back Congress they can modify it more to their liking, like they did with Social Security and Medicare...
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Here is my reply:Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley
Again, with democrats in control pushing, they have said nothing. History. All they do is spread is spread misinforamtion trying to kill it so they don't have to do anything. Show me one thing they did in powere to push reform.
I think it's clear that you are incorrect when you say, "Again, with democrats in control pushing, they have said nothing. History. All they do is spread is spread misinforamtion trying to kill it so they don't have to do anything."Are your ears and mind closed? Seriously, stop with your partisan lies. I won't provide you with endless links to prove that the GOP did have ideas, but here's one.
Ezra Klein - The six Republican ideas already in the health-care reform bill