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    Re: Health care repeal will cost $230 billion

    CORPORATE GREED AND UNION GREED
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    Re: Health care repeal will cost $230 billion

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    ouch

    MIGHT aint good enough

    you can't radically redraw one sixth of the us economy on a MAYBE

    when you're president, when you're leadership, you gotta know

    not a good point, in my opinion



    the results of the last election indicate serious reservation concerning obamacare, republicans were sent to washington in record numbers for a reason

    one of the most important and underlooked FRONTS of the coming REPEAL WARS, which will go on probably for years, is HEARINGS

    fred the slasher upton at energy and commerce (this is henry waxman's committee, perhaps you recall arkansas' mike ross leading a bluedog rebellion vs waxman/obama in the summer of 09 which went on for weeks) will have lots to look into, reveal and expose about this bill (the ten years of taxes vs 6 years of coverage, the cbo's claim that a quarter trillion is double counted, ryan's rub, and many other things)

    issa on oversight, ron paul on financial services, spencer bacchus, paul ryan on budget...

    to repeal or not to repeal will go far to define the 2012 landscape, and as ms pelosi herself said there is much in this bill that americans won't know about until after its passage

    links available, mostly politico

    ie, the pros are looking this many moves ahead

    stay up

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    OK.... I would subscribe to what you say. But where is what YOU say fact? Are you another Hannity babble thing? Or do you have something to back that up?

    See folks... opinion is nice. But when you spew out information that should be data SOMEWHERE I have to call you either a liar or someone that provides this info. There are ZERO links to what you say man.
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    Re: Health care repeal will cost $230 billion

    Quote Originally Posted by The Giant Noodle View Post
    OK.... I would subscribe to what you say. But where is what YOU say fact? Are you another Hannity babble thing? Or do you have something to back that up?

    See folks... opinion is nice. But when you spew out information that should be data SOMEWHERE I have to call you either a liar or someone that provides this info. There are ZERO links to what you say man.

    Have READ the bill? Have ANY of the conservative read the bill? Because it people dont understand it! HERE IS THE BILL:
    http://docs.house.gov/rules/health/111_ahcaa.pdf
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    Re: Health care repeal will cost $230 billion

    wow, someone's self respect is being supplanted by sleaze

    Insiders on Capitol Hill are buzzing about an upcoming New York Times exposť that will detail an alleged Boehner affair. Sources say the Times is looking for the right time to drop the story in October to sway the election, similar to how the Times reported during the 2008 presidential campaign on an alleged John McCain affair that supposedly had taken place many years before and that was flatly denied by the woman in question.

    While officially the Times tells us, "We don't comment on what may or may not run in future editions of the New York Times," a knowledgeable source at the paper says that the Post story is "utter garbage" and that there's currently "no story" about a Boehner affair in the works. Of course, you never know what might happen now that the rumor is out there.
    Don’t Bet on a Times Boehner Bombshell -- Daily Intel

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    Re: Health care repeal will cost $230 billion

    Quote Originally Posted by The Giant Noodle View Post
    I would subscribe to what you say
    well, it's pretty obvious

    Quote Originally Posted by The Giant Noodle View Post
    Are you another Hannity babble thing?

    But when you spew out information that should be data SOMEWHERE I have to call you either a liar or someone that provides this info.
    so much for dignity

    LOL!

    Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), incoming chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, said he plans to hold hearings on Medicare fraud and waste in January and February.
    House GOP plans two-pronged assault on health law - Kendra Marr - POLITICO.com

    Upton has also said he’d support aggressive oversight of the Department of Health and Human Services and frequently host Secretary Kathleen Sebelius for hearings.
    http://www.wvgazette.com/News/politico/201012080170

    Though Rep. Darrell Issa will consume much of the oversight oxygen this Congress, several other incoming chairmen are itching to get their hands on administration chiefs.

    Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.), chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee, is promising a vigorous attack on health care reform.
    The investigators - Politico Staff - POLITICO.com

    WHAT COULD A REPUBLICAN-CONTROLLED HOUSE DO?

    It could hold hearings on the impact of the health reforms that may sway public opinion against the law and attract support for Republican-backed changes. Such a complex law is bound to run into implementation problems and the majority party in the House controls committee hearing schedules.

    One target is the requirement for employers to offer healthcare insurance to employees or pay a tax penalty. Another is the requirement that all Americans buy health insurance.

    Another plan would be to block planned reductions in benefits under Medicare, the government-funded health insurance for older Americans, or scale back the expansion of Medicaid, the existing government healthcare program for the poor.
    Can the healthcare overhaul be repealed? | Reuters

    House Republicans also pledge to hold tough investigations and hearings on the president's programs and policies, ending the free pass that Democratic committee chairmen gave the Obama administration the past two years.

    Republicans insist they'll bring key administration officials before congressional microphones and that the public can watch the webcasts. The friendly tone of inquiry from Democratic chairmen will be replaced by Republicans demanding answers to these questions: What's the purpose of this program? Is this the best use of the taxpayers' money?
    Republicans Look to Impress 2012 Voters in Next Session of Congress - FoxNews.com

    In a column published Saturday in The Washington Times, [Joe Barton, Energy and Commerce] said he would scrutinize the cost effects of the health care law as well as the economic impact of the EPA's environmental regulations.

    "Our first job will be to find out what's gone wrong. That's why the return of vigorous congressional oversight is going to be a top priority for me and the committee next year," he wrote. "Congress' oversight function is not a license to bully political opponents. Our permanent, constitutional and bipartisan responsibility is, however, to know what is going on in order to devise policy that takes into account actual people who have to pay for and live under our decisions."
    House Republicans Eye Top Committee Posts, Promise Wave of Obama Oversight - FoxNews.com

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    Re: Health care repeal will cost $230 billion

    speaking of affairs NOT reported by the msm (until, that is, AFTER the enquirer grabbed hold---LOL!)

    jan 6: John Edwards not named in wife Elizabeth's will - Boston.com

    jan 7: Enquirer: John Edwards, Rielle Hunter Engaged - CBS News

    to be fair, the breck girl denies his betrothal

    jan 7: John Edwards Rielle Hunter Affair: Federal Grand Jury Weighs Possible Indictments - ABC News

    he's accused of funneling a million dollars of campaign cash to ms hunter to keep her hushed

    this was the VICE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE of the democrat party in 2004, who in his presidential bid that year won south carolina and garnered about a third of progressive votes in iowa, georgia and wisconsin

    to be fair, voters didn't know about how sleazy the adulterer was who politically stood to capitalize on his wife's chronic condition

    however, in 1980, eleven years AFTER mary jo kopechne, ted kennedy came within just a few states of pushing out jimmy carter for his party's IMPRIMATUR

    ie, EVERYONE KNEW by then

    you guys really know how to pick em

    character counts (for most of us)

    party on, prurience peddlars
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    Re: Health care repeal will cost $230 billion

    back to the topic

    today:

    The Congressional Budget Office, in an email to Capitol Hill staffers obtained by the Spectator, has said that repealing the national health care law would reduce net spending by $540 billion in the ten year period from 2012 through 2021. That number represents the cost of the new provisions, minus Medicare cuts. Repealing the bill would also eliminate $770 billion in taxes. It's the tax hikes in the health care law (along with the Medicare cuts) which accounts for the $230 billion in deficit reduction.
    The American Spectator : AmSpecBlog : BREAKING: CBO Says Repealing ObamaCare Would Reduce Net Spending by $540 Billion

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    Re: Health care repeal will cost $230 billion

    You folks will NOT focus on the COST that the republicans will WASTE fighting this bill!

    Get on target folks! Because right now you ALL are a bunch of bla BEEE blaaaassss!
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    Re: Health care repeal will cost $230 billion

    money: half a tril cuts to medicare (while simultaneously expanding its already critically underfunded enrollment by millions of new members)

    U.S. Senate Republicans failed in their first major challenge to Democrats’ health-care overhaul legislation, losing a bid to remove more than $400 billion in cuts to Medicare.

    The Democratic-led Senate voted 58-42 against Arizona Republican John McCain’s proposal to send the measure back to a committee with orders to strip out the cuts in projected 10-year spending for the Medicare plan for the elderly.
    McCain Loses Bid to Drop Medicare Cuts

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    Re: Health care repeal will cost $230 billion

    Quote Originally Posted by The Giant Noodle View Post
    You folks will NOT focus on the COST that the republicans will WASTE fighting this bill!

    Get on target folks! Because right now you ALL are a bunch of bla BEEE blaaaassss!
    Review & Outlook: ObamaCare's Reality Deficit - WSJ.com

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