Obama’s Idea of Democratic Due Process


Via Moonbattery.

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If Obamacare and all of his other ‘solutions’ are soooooooooooooo good, then why did he have to resort to circumventing the vote in every case? Especially when up till recently, he had Dem supermajorities in both the Senate and Congress – so why does he always resort to blaming the Republicans when they couldn’t even filibuster?


6 Responses to “Obama’s Idea of Democratic Due Process”

  1. Jesa Says:

    Kicks the crap outta abstinence, doesn’t it? It’s nice to know people are aware of what they are doing,:)Better to know then not, and decide for yourself

  2. burp Says:

    Fresh from his historic victory to reform American healthcare, the US leader is to be confronted, within hours, with a foreign policy crisis. This time Mr Obama must resolve the worst breakdown in relations in decades between America and its closest regional ally, Israel, and try to get the Arab-Israeli peace process moving again.
    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/middle_east/article7071927.ece

  3. burp Says:

    Consumers who frequent tanning salons would pay a 10 percent excise tax, and those who buy devices such as wheelchairs would pay a 2.3 percent excise tax. Drugmakers may pass on a $3 billion annual fee. Insurance companies would be denied deductions when they pay their executives over $500,000.

    Under the reconciliation bill that is now before the Senate, individuals who don’t purchase insurance would be subject to a fine of $325 in 2015 and $695 in 2016. Individuals may be subject to a charge equal to as much as 2.5 percent of their income in 2016, if the total is greater than the flat payment.

    Employers with 50 or more workers would pay $2,000 per worker if they don’t offer health insurance. The legislation offers a small business tax credit to help pay for employer- provided premiums.

    Companies also would face more scrutiny from the Internal Revenue Service for using tax shelters.
    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=ake7tOWwUT6E

  4. burp Says:

    MIAMI, March 22 (Reuters) – Florida’s attorney general will file a lawsuit with nine other state attorneys general opposing the healthcare legislation passed by Congress, a spokeswoman said on Monday.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSN2215987420100322

  5. Can_u_believe_him? Says:

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  6. pieman Says:

    Senator John Kerry, who has spearheaded climate legislation, said that White House officials can now “pour their energy and attention” into the issue after Sunday’s down-to-the-wire vote on expanding health care coverage.

    “In the wake of health care’s passage, we have a strong case to make that this can be the next breakthrough legislative fight,” the Massachusetts Democrat argued.
    http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=CNG.b24442bc9647cf6ceeb5e334a6908618.d01&show_article=1

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