At ‘Kill the Bill’ Rally, Republicans Worry That Pelosi Might Have the Votes

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Tuesday, March 16, 2010 at 12:55 pm

During and after a pair of anti-health care bill rallies on Capitol Hill, I asked a few Republican members of the House — two of whom went on stage — whether they thought the Tea Parties would win out and stop the bill.

“[Rep.] Bart Stupak [D-Mich]” says he has twelve ‘no’ votes,” said Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), who spoke at a 10 a.m. rally organized by multiple Tea Party groups. “I can count one — Bart Stupak. I can’t name number two. There’s eleven anonymous people and you can’t count anonymous votes. If you can’t count them, they’re not no votes. I think that’s something that should have been pressed much, much harder.”

At the rally, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) informed Tea Partiers they had “won every inning” of the health care fight and were in the “bottom of the ninth.” After her speech, she made it clear to reporters: “I think it’s a flip of a coin right now whether it will pass or not.”

Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) acknowledged — based on the history of such tough votes — that more Democrats might vote “aye” than were being counted in public “whip counts.” He was hopeful that pro-life Democratic holdouts would be convinced by the argument that “this will be the biggest expansion of abortion since Roe. v. Wade.” But he was also looking past the vote to his home state, where Republicans are looking at legislation to opt out of a health care mandate.

The most confidence I heard came from Rep. Paul Broun (R-Ga.), who said that he’d “heard of” Democrats being fed false information about what could be fixed in reconciliation.

“I know they don’t have the votes right now,” said Broun. “As soon as Nancy Pelosi has 216 votes, we’ll have the vote, even if it’s in the middle of the night.”

King, however, expressed more nervousness.

“I’d rather serve in the minority,” said King, “however long they send me back here to do that, that I would live under this socialism that they’re trying to impose upon us. I can’t sleep at night.”

See a slideshow of the rally here.

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Sam Wise Gingy
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 5:27 pm

The best way to prevent an abortion is to give the mother and child health care. Granting health care to every pregnant woman would do a lot more to preserve life than locking up desperate women and greedy doctors.


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24WienersAheadDotCom
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 5:51 pm

I “heard” that Rep Broun (R-Asshatiztan) contracted Chlamydia after his recent experimentations in birtherism.
Luckily he already has government health care, so he can get that there Clam taken care of.
Or so I’ve “heard”.


Tony / NY
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 5:52 pm

Rep. Bachmann (MN) is no Twins fan. A team that has “won every inning” does not bat in “the bottom of the ninth.”


saywha
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 5:55 pm

All I can say is, if the Republicans are fighting this hard to defeat this Bill, it must contain good things for the “average” American, rather than their wealthy friends.


Sparkey
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 6:14 pm

The American people have Social Security and Medicare both because of the Democrat Party. The Republican Party will not vote yes on anything that will help the common man. The only people ther are for is the rich. Come on people wake up and vote the Republicans out of office.


carolynlebeauf
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 6:27 pm

If the republicans are against it, it is good for the american people. The republicans are thinking about the money they will lose from the insurance companies because they can't stop this. The republicans wants to keep this country in classes. The rich and the poor. They do mot want to share the riches of this country. Health care is good enough for them but not the rest of us. These people are the deamons.


mattfor0003
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 6:36 pm

If Pelosi had the votes then they would have already voted.
The votes aren't there.


Krb
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 6:40 pm

These people are a joke, uneducated sheep who follow the ignorant rants and lies of a desperate Party who's power has diminished to a point they have nothing left to contribute. The Party of “NO” show's just how sad these people are. I am embarrassed for them.


David Schlageter
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 7:06 pm

We are such a joke to the countries that have health care. You think the people living in the U.K., Canada, Germany, Sweden and France are desparate change their healthcare to ours? Do any of these Ignoramuses travel to anywhere but to these rallys? We look like a nation of rabid scary morons. I used to be a Republican but now the party is just a mob that I pray never governs again.


mikerc
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 7:15 pm

Yes Yes Yes. This has been proven by studies. The best abortion prevention is good affordable and accessible health care to everyone.


bryan123
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 7:35 pm

Where did José Carreras go for his recent heart surgery? If you guessed socialist Spain you would be wrong, it wasn't even in socialist Canada: it was the U.S. How about Placido Domingo, where did he go for his colon surgery? Yep … it was the US. Two out of three tenors agree: when in need of medical care, don't risk getting it in Europe — go to the US!


modman60
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 7:38 pm

You might want to use the proper “Democratic Party.” Democratic is an adjective which modifies the noun. Google Frank Luntz Democrat Party…


bryan123
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 7:39 pm

Krb, yours is the attitude of most Democrats: we all all just a heard of “uneducated” sheep (whatever that means). The “party of No” is saying “No, don't jump off that cliff!” If the party of yes was really so hellbent on passing the obamacare bill, it would have passed a year ago. Fortunately, some democrats still support the no option.


rla775
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 7:43 pm

The Rich and the Famous can always afford health care. It the average hard working families in the US that are being squeezed. Further, it is not unheard of that Americans travel abroad to seek medical treatment.


Anonymous
Comment posted March 17, 2010 @ 1:06 am

and you can add sex education to this, this will help prevent abortions why is it that the GOP are the ones (GOP) against sex education in schools, if they dont want abortions ????? maybe there hypocrites


DEBORAH
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:15 pm

EXCUSE ME BUT IF THE SHOE FITS….WEAR IT. “HEARD” OF SHEEP. YES, I'VE HEARD OF SHEEP. HAVE YOU? IVE' ALSO HEARD OF A “HERD” OF SHEEPDEBOR


DL
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:20 pm

God forbid we try to get affordable health care insurance for the people of America. Bad, bad democrats for trying to do this. Yea, republicans for not wanting the middle class or our employers to be able to afford health care insurance. Way to go! Other countries who do have universal health care are laughing their butts off at us. They have just as good or better care, live longer lives, and pay less. They have peace of mind. What a laughing stock we are.


wastingyrtime
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:21 pm

Ya think they might take a birth control pill if they didn't have to pay for it?


justasoldier
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:26 pm

The issue isnt the quality of care its the ACCESS to that care. your argument is hereby pointless


wastingyrtime
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:27 pm

You don't get it…..WE CAN'T AFFORD THIS BILL. The Declaration says WE have the right to pursue happiness. It does not say we have the right to have the government provide our happiness by telling us we have to buy insurance, we have to go in debt to pay for other people's insurance, we have to pay for abortions, we have to insure the illegals. Social Security and Medicare are broke and you want to bankruptcy this country. How stupid are you….oh that's right you are dems and your the give me generation.


wastingyrtime
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:29 pm

Oh they are going to wake up alright….but they will be voting the dems out of office or haven't you been listening. You probably get your news through the main stream media or you would know that the dems are scared s_____less about this bill and they know they are jumping over a cliff.


wastingyrtime
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:35 pm

Think about is dumbledorf…they would have passed this bill a year ago but for the smart dems who think this is a bad bill. The party of yes is twisting arms and legs and threatening their own party to get it passed. Chicago….ya gotta love them. I'm embarrassed for you because you have to lay claim to Pelosi, Reid and Islamic President we have.


Health insurance for all
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:35 pm

What does the fact that wealthy individuals come to the US to be treated by specialists have to do with our providing health care to the 40 million or so Americans who are not able to pay the outrageous premiums for health insurance?

When I worked in Central Russia in the 90's, people from all over the world came to a hospital there which was renowned for its advanced laser surgery.


Ron
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:37 pm

Your wrong.

CBO analysis reports that it will reduce the deficit over $100B over the next ten years.

You know, reduce the deficit, like we did during the Clinton administration.


wastingyrtime
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:39 pm

You mean the U.K. that let a 21 year old man die of thurst, yes I said thurst, in one of thier hospitals. Look it up it is the most disgusting things I have ever heard. We are not a joke to those countries they all come here to get their cancer treatments, major surgeries and anything else … even if they have to sell thier home to get here. How is that for healthcare.


wastingyrtime
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:43 pm

Those countries don't include abortions in their death counts so they don't live longer than us. Don't think those nice wonderful employers won't drop their healthcare coverage the minute this bill passes. We will be forced to buy the government's insurance no matter what. Pelosi won't stop their…there will be a single government healthcare system before she stops spinning her web.


wastingyrtime
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:47 pm

I applaud everyone of those American Citizens who have the courage to stand up and exercise their right to say no to the spending, waste and government take over of this country. You people just hate America and the principles it was founded on. Read the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights before you speak out.


Aaron
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:55 pm

What about the woman who died in the ER waiting room in Florida because no one would help her? The just kept walking past her even after she was dead on the floor.


majii
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:57 pm

Members of Congress are already participants in a government “takeover” of health care that includes a type of public option. The U.S. government bargains on their behalf with insurance companies and offers the members of Congress choices among several health care carriers. Each member chooses his/her own coverage options and carrier. They still pay United Healthcare, BCBS, or whatever company they choose. They do not make checks out to the U.S. government. The bill in Congress would contain some of these same features, yet some members of Congress are saying that having health insurance that is similar to what they have will be bad for the rest of the uninsured people in Americans. If this were the case, I'd expect one of two things to happen: a.) the majority of the members in Congress would have dropped out of the program by now, or b.) they would be sharing their personal horror stories of having insurance provided through the government.
I am very familiar with the system by which members of Congress obtain their health insurance since I am a retired state employee who gets my health insurance by way of a similar process. Each year during open enrollment season, I receive a packet of materials covering the different insurance plans. I have a choice from among at least 8 different plans, from at least 8 different companies. I compare and contrast the plans according to coverage and cost, and choose the best one that fits my needs. Since the insurance companies negotiate with my former employer (the state,) and we have millions of members (the pool size,) we get better rates than most people who buy their insurance through individual policies. The state can also negotiate with these companies on prices on the behalf of its' current and retired employees. It's a fairly simple concept that some people have decided to exploit for their own personal reasons by using tactics that are intentionally meant to mislead and misinform. I hope my explanation of how my plan works helps someone reading this blog to get a better understanding of what could happen if HCR passes.


Helen
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 8:57 pm

The reason most of the dems are against it is because it doesn't go far enough. They want single payer.


bryan123
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 9:09 pm

you might want to look up the definition of “hereby.”


bryan123
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 9:11 pm

Forgive the typo. By the way, what is the definition of “sheepdebor”?


Eric
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 9:24 pm

Who do you think paid for his heart surgery in the United States? Blue Cross? Aetna? The issue isn't the quality of hospitals/clinics/doctors in the United States. The issue their AFFORDABILITY, einstein.

Instead of Jose Carreras, ask an AVERAGE Spaniard if they'd be willing to give up their universal healthcare system.


eric
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 9:27 pm

Yeah, keep living off that fantasy that tea partiers are informed and educated.


eric
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 9:32 pm

And the Declaration of Independence doesn't mention that abortion should be restricted, either.

The “social security and medicare are broke” argument has absolutely no validity, when the government spends billions on completely unecessary and bogus wars.

The healthcare legislation does not pay for abortions, and the public option was dropped in the Senate. This is a severely watered down version that might pass, and it STILL doesn't come to the liking of the healthcare insurance industry, so they're spending millions on lobby/PR/propaganda campaigns to convince dumbasses like yourself that healthcare reform goes against your interests. And you fall for it.


Swami_Binkinanda
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 9:39 pm

Rush Limbaugh got his last heart attack in Hawaii, which has socialist health care! Americans with substantially less money are going to Canada (Sarah Palin!) and India for discount surgery! Palin's kids get free health care in Alaska from the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium!
Those same tenors in America would be told they are too fat and don't deserve health insurance were they not already wealthy! They would have GOP Geniuses telling them their untimely deaths would be due to their own poor health choices. Moral hazard ftw!


jcd8822
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 9:54 pm

“Republicans Worry That Pelosi Might Have the Votes?”
No, the GOP says: “What, me worry?”


slattimo
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 9:56 pm

I know this is a question that must have been asked a thousand times, but did the tea-baggers check with college fraternities about the full connotations of that term?


patisok
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 10:21 pm

Hope so. I want the Bill and want it now!!! Thank you.


patisok
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 10:27 pm

When you name call knowing that he is no more Islamic than you are then you negate any argument you just made. Love your hate filled speech. It is what I come to expect of anyone who claims GOP or Tbag roots. Hate seems to be the way the start any argument. Hate will kill you. Really it will.


Ally
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 10:42 pm

@bryan123…are you kidding, SOCIALIST CANADA???I can tell you it wasn;'t your blue cross or whatever that pays for ANY SURGERIES out of country people to obtain surgery. Its not the Doctors there genuis, its AFFODABILITY and CHOICE for your people…pray to GOD you are substantially covered.


patisok
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 10:44 pm

Well if we dont pass this bill then grandma and mom and dad will be living with you and you will be paying their bills soon. Insurance companies win and GOP will be rewarded with lots of cash in Nov.and the GOP will follow the money. SCOTUS ruling will only mean more money for GOP as their donors have bigger pockets

Sadly, the mess they (GOP) left to the President is more than one man or one party or one government can fix in a decade much less one year. GOP ran an old man and a dizty woman this past year because they wanted to lose. They knew whoever was elected would find their way blocked for any reform by GOP. The GOP who voted almost as a block for every spending bill the GOP Pres. wanted. Now they want back in…wow.

Their fund raising tactics recently revealed the little regard they have for their donors and the disrespect they have for President Obama.

You GOPers may win. You will have the money. But for me and mine we will supprort the President who unlike the GOP has the guts to finally do something for the middle class. I weep for you who think going back to what we saw the last 8 years is a good idea.

War War War that is what fianally broke America. War dragging on and on….deaths in tens of thousands mostly innocents including our brave men and women in the military. Did we ever catch Bin Laden. No we pulled most of our troops to fight in Iraq. We left the field.

I will pray for our president who has more to face daily than any other president in 70 years. For those who think GOP or Tparty the answer I say. You will be bitterly disappointed.


patisok
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 10:44 pm

Well if we dont pass this bill then grandma and mom and dad will be living with you and you will be paying their bills soon. Insurance companies win and GOP will be rewarded with lots of cash in Nov.and the GOP will follow the money. SCOTUS ruling will only mean more money for GOP as their donors have bigger pockets

Sadly, the mess they (GOP) left to the President is more than one man or one party or one government can fix in a decade much less one year. GOP ran an old man and a dizty woman this past year because they wanted to lose. They knew whoever was elected would find their way blocked for any reform by GOP. The GOP who voted almost as a block for every spending bill the GOP Pres. wanted. Now they want back in…wow.

Their fund raising tactics recently revealed the little regard they have for their donors and the disrespect they have for President Obama.

You GOPers may win. You will have the money. But for me and mine we will supprort the President who unlike the GOP has the guts to finally do something for the middle class. I weep for you who think going back to what we saw the last 8 years is a good idea.

War War War that is what fianally broke America. War dragging on and on….deaths in tens of thousands mostly innocents including our brave men and women in the military. Did we ever catch Bin Laden. No we pulled most of our troops to fight in Iraq. We left the field.

I will pray for our president who has more to face daily than any other president in 70 years. For those who think GOP or Tparty the answer I say. You will be bitterly disappointed.


patisok
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 10:47 pm

Woman are born with pre-existing conditons. Their care and cost therof is more than for males. This is wrong.


Hypocrite Hater
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 11:04 pm

Too bad they didn't do it the last 8-10 years. Hypocrites.


GUEST
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 11:06 pm

How about some education. It's THIRST not thurst. THEIR not thier. Yet another reason why we're such a joke.


TIRED OF THESE DUMMIES
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 11:18 pm

And you must be a Republican, part of the “I take and don't give sh*t” generation. And it's YOU'RE not YOUR…Yet another dumb Republican. BTW…when someone, who doesn't have insurance, gets sick or hurt, goes into an ER, and doesn't pay the bill…Who do you think pays for it in the end? People like ME who have insurance. So I have to pay for my own insurance plus THEIRS. Hell yeah you HAVE to get insurance if you can afford it. Get it or pay the fine because I'm done footing the f'ing bill. Hell f'ing yeah!


josephlogston
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 11:24 pm

the GOP teabaggers are brainwashed people that are duked be the GOP in thinking there represented by the GOP but there not, the heath care bill is for the citizens of the USA, not the the corp. banks, insurance industries, stock market run GOP, that fund the lobbyist to kill the heath care bill. cant the teabaggers see this or are they to dumb & brainwashed


Eric
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 11:26 pm

Or, why don't you just tell us exactly what the Bill of Rights and the Declaration say about healthcare, since you're so smart and “more patriotic” than the rest of us?


monkey99
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 11:29 pm

The crux of the whole healthcare reform “debate” is who is standing for saving American lives, and who stands for destroying this country's middle and working classes, as well as part of the economy.

The GOP and it's sympathizers have used obstruction, obfuscation, lies, fear and hate to get their “message” across. When you have no alternatives or solutions (which the GOP haven't from the start, because they weren't interested in anything but maintaining the status-quo, which was then, and still is now, unsustainable), using scare tactics and ridiculous terms like “death panels” showcase the irresponsibility of the conservatives, and their inability to lead.

When an overwhelming majority of Americans want healthcare reform, and the country is in desperate need of affordable healthcare, and we see the greed of the healthcare insurance industry, how is it so hard to understand what MUST happen? Almost anything would be better than what we have now. When people lose their savings, their houses and in many cases, their lives, the need is painfully obvious.

Americans dying for money. Every day. The argument about “socialized” medicine has been the biggest farce put on the American people. The U.S. is the only country in the world that doesn't have the foresight to address the needs of it's people. When we rank 37th in the world in healthcare quality, the arguments just don't scan. If you ask those who live in states who have “socialized” healthcare, like Hawaii and Massachusetts, they won't give up their healthcare. Why? Because it works! The word “socialized” has been demonized to the point of utter ridiculousness.

Conservatives need to give up the obstructionism. Nutcases like Michelle Bachmann know not what they speak of (of course, in Bachmann's case, since her “god” speaks to her on a daily basis, he's not worthy of leading, either), and want this country to fail. Will any conservative answer that? I'll ask it again:

Do you want this country to fail?

That they don't care that fellow Americans die every day because of the HII, yet will bend over backward to “support the troops” is hypocrisy of the worst kind.

I have one message for Michelle Bachmann: Yes, it's the bottom of the ninth, and your side will LOSE the game.


wastingyrtime
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 11:34 pm

The bottom like you dumbass is that I don't get my information from the lobby/pr/propaganda campaigns you are talking about. I get it from the actions of the congress, house and the president. I read the senate bill and what they have released thus far. Even you in your endless wisdom do not know what is in the final bill. And if they don't have the votes and pass the senate bill it will be nothing short of socialized, government run medical plan. The republicans have offered many options that both sides have talked about. See if you can follow me….THE PEOPLE DO NOT WANT THIS….only the dumbasses like yourself.


wastingyrtime
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 11:38 pm

two wrongs don't make a right….your clearly playing a tit for tat. People from other contries come here to get the kind of care they don't get in thier countries.


Eric
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 11:44 pm

There's millions of similar stories in the United States. Do YOUR OWN search. Instances of negligence can happen in both the private and public sector. It's hugely disingenuous and misleading to exploit such a rare incident in order to misportray the entire NHS. And there's ways to deal with such instances in the UK, like taking the hospital to court.

The reality is that the vast majority of Britons would never have NHS taken away from them. The criticism is that it needs *more*, not less funding, and even with its current system, it provides the same care as the American system, at a fraction of the cost.

No, the entire world doesn't come to the United States for cancer treatment. *Some* rich people, who can afford to pay for such treatment out of their pockets, *may* come to the United States and they will buy the best healthcare that millions of Americans can't afford. But not every rich person who seeks care outside his/her home country goes to the US (yes, others may seek it in Canada, or Britain, or Italy). And yes, many Americans who can't afford certain procedures in the US will go looking for them in Canada or Mexico, by pretending that they have legal residence in those countries.

When people say that “so-and-so came to the US for such-and-such treatment”, they entirely miss the point. It's not the quality of US clinics/hospitals that are in question…it's their LACK OF AFFORDABILITY and INACCESSIBILITY for millions of Americans.

Please educate and inform yourself before forming an opinion on something.


josephlogston
Comment posted March 16, 2010 @ 11:46 pm

if you dont have insurance and if you do they can cut you off any time and get sick and have real big medical bill that you cant pay, your home will get a lean on it , you try to go bankrupt but the bush reform bankruptcy law that he signed in puts a stop to that, next thing you are homeless, then begging for reagan's trickle down cr@p then you might come to your senses. that the GOP dont represent people only insurance cos, banks, corporations,stock markets, and the wealthy………….


josephlogston
Comment posted March 17, 2010 @ 12:07 am

cant believe this, why would anyone sell there house to do this, the same treatment for cancer will be there with to, with out losing their home got to have prof of these accusation
before any one here believe this stuff


josephlogston
Comment posted March 17, 2010 @ 12:41 am

only the repubs blue dogs democrats that have corp strings attached they are really GOPs run as democrats to get voted in, but now we know who they are, by the way bry@n are you a multi-millionaire, the GOP only represents millionaires that can afford high health care premiums


josephlogston
Comment posted March 17, 2010 @ 12:55 am

this bill can be fixed later on, and later on it will become single pay as it should be
but right now just pass it and the amendments will be sign in later on we the people will get more control of are government from the corps. people are starting to wake-up, from the GOP cr@p


josephlogston
Comment posted March 17, 2010 @ 1:20 am

sorry but not a republican and this is why we need the single pay health care bill to eliminate the high profit middle man republican suppeted heath care insurance cos. that dont do a dam thing but paper work and make profits

im a freethinking liberal democrat


josephlogston
Comment posted March 17, 2010 @ 2:00 am

this bill will up graded to single pay or a Europe type bill later on
now its been watered down a lot but i think that this can be fixed with amendments i hope at least this will pass for a start to a good bill thats for every one


wastingyrtime
Comment posted March 17, 2010 @ 2:03 am

The Declaration of Independence does not grant the government the right to force citizens to purchase a privately produced product. Article I, Section 8 of the US Constitution lists the “enumerated powers” of Congress. There is absolutely no mention of anything even remotely relating to a) the right of Congress to enact laws regarding health care b) the right of Congress to force Americans to buy a product from a private company under penalty of fine or imprisonment.

Article 1, Section 9 states: “No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed.” A bill of attainder is a law which targets a specific group of people. Requiring individuals to purchase health insurance under penalty of fine or imprisonment violates this prohibition by directly targeting those who choose not to purchase insurance.

This is just one example. The federal government has limited powers and if Pelosi deems the Senate Bill passed without a vote is not conditutional either. The process is being ucerpted by the dems which in and of itself is illegal and against what these legislative, executive and judicial branches were established to protect.


wastingyrtime
Comment posted March 17, 2010 @ 2:13 am

What you don't understand is what they are all about. They are not for the republicans or the democrats. They are for fiscal responsibility and they are tired of all the wasted spending and bailouts. The want the politicians to get back to the constitution and the laws this country was founded on. The are hugely patriotic and are genuinely sincere about their rights and the respect of their elected officials. You are all wrong when you call them dumb and that is why you are going to be disappointed when your dems get voted out if they do not pay attention to them and their message. I have been to a couple events and they are far from stupid or brainwashed. I will be you any money you have not attended an event or you would not call them dumb. You can sit on your computer and make this stuff up but you are a coward and uneducated and ignorant.


Lynn
Comment posted March 17, 2010 @ 2:24 am

Wow… what a drag to live in the body of a republican. Oh yeah- I did… except I was a democrat living under the ignorant rule of Bush. And yet- we understood that that was what you get in democracy. Sometimes you get a bush and illegal wars and sometimes you get 30 million people gaining access to health care.


josephlogston
Comment posted March 17, 2010 @ 3:01 am

Disqus; you should put your real name; I see that you are for a group of
people that only represent there self and not all the people and “im for
the bill of rights, and constitution” and you left out the bill of
rights, and you blame the democrats for this mess and you are a group that
only see self rightness tax breaks so the suffering will suffer more, i can
see that its a all white war mongers site, that they think they are better
that any one else i guess that it is a bunch of right wing nuts that call
themselves the independence party, but its really the self centered GOP
greedy racist people, and im not a cowerd, and i put my real name im sorry
that i got on this site and this site will die because its only for a few
that are just for a few…… i bet that you wont post this………. joseph
logston


suziekidder
Comment posted March 18, 2010 @ 3:21 pm

I have not always appreciated Nancy Pelosi's positions on specific issues, but I have to give her one thing – she's amazingly good at her job. If Barack Obama were 1/10th as good at his as Nancy Pelosi is at hers – we'd have a Healthcare Reform bill for which it would be worth voting and for which the public could look forward to a mild celebration. She persuades, cajoles, arm twists, threatens, etc. right on up there with the best of them, and her “herding cats” performance is Oscar worthy. If we only had somebody of her caliber in the Senate …


Thomas
Comment posted March 19, 2010 @ 1:15 pm

Uh, if we're the Tea-baggers, which is the term you applied to us, that would make you the Tea-baggee… I'm just sayin'


afenster
Comment posted March 22, 2010 @ 4:51 pm

Hey jacka$$-
When someone is really sick in one of those socialist healthcare countries you mention, where in the world do they come for the very best care? US. End of argument. Obamacare will make us like the rest of the world alright. I hope your children or grandchildren don't need a miracle cure then. Good luck.


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