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Immediate ObamaCare repeal unlikely in 2011?

In Breaking, ObamaCare on 12/2010 at 1:39 PM

Say it ain’t so; “They can’t repeal it until they have 60 votes in the Senate, which won’t happen…[until] 2012, maybe not until 2014.” (One News Now) More > …


Repealing ObamaCare will define GOP in 11

In Politics Watch on 12/2010 at 10:51 AM

Republicans must tread carefully not to alienate independents and centrists who may not like much of the health care law but do want changes made. “Republicans can’t just call for the repeal of Obamacare,” he said, “they need a clearly defined alternative.” (AOL) More > …

Virginia is not for ObamaCare

In Politics Watch on 11/2010 at 12:45 PM

“…I believe only Virginia had its own statute protecting us against being forced to purchase health insurance against their will—the Virginia Health Care Freedom Act.” – Ken Cuccinelli, VA AG. (The Wall Street Journal) More > …

VA AG Ken Cuccinelli

Repeal effort’s real aim: Fire Obama

In Politics Watch on 11/2010 at 3:08 PM

“The Republicans’ real agenda is to continue the drumbeat of criticism until Obama is defeated in 2012 or, what many privately say is a more realistic hope, a Republican-dominated Supreme Court rejects the measure.” (Bloomberg) More > …

Bad to the Boehner

In Politics Watch on 11/2010 at 1:38 PM

Our man of the year, House Speaker, John Boehner vows to bust ObamaCare! (Press TV) More > …

House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH)

Repeal of ObamaCare remains highly unlikely

In Politics Watch on 11/2010 at 1:01 PM

“Had Republicans won all of those close Senate races, they would have been 9 pickups short of attaining a filibuster-proof majority. But having lost those races, they now have to pick up 13 seats in 2012, a much steeper climb.” (American Spectator) More > …

Boehner’s Plan “B”

In Politics Watch on 10/2010 at 12:35 PM

House Minority Leader John Boehner’s Plan A, of course, is to repeal the entire health-care log, but the lingering question remains, what happens when the bill goes nowhere in the Senate? This is where Plan B comes in. Republicans will need to find out what’s in it, the health-care bill that is! (Wall Street Journal) More > …

To 2010 healthcare and beyond!

In Politics Watch on 10/2010 at 10:29 AM

“Republicans will need a reform alternative and a coherent health-care philosophy, and the time to start shaping it is now, so that voters can see how future decisions will be made according to a set of principles they can understand.” (Wall Street Journal) More > …


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