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House to Vote to Repeal ObamaCare Again July 11

xjnyc5981 Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 12:42 PM
LOL! Sorry guys but it sounds like Cantor is wetting his panties on this. Obama never said you can't keep your healthcare, AND the Repubs don't have another plan to offer. You can vow to "repeal" all you want but I'd love to see Romney run his campaign based upon denying the poor and lower middle-class access to affordable health care. Good Luck with that.
ddamann Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 8:31 PM
The poor already have access to government run healthcare, dummy.
tanzalone Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 12:49 AM
Wrong, I made less than $5,000 last year and am not able to get on Medicade. It depends on what state you live in. In Wyoming you need to have a minor child. If not then you are SOL
jripps Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 2:51 PM
You people just don't get it.....after this goes into effect it will not be affordable for anyone, rich or poor. And when you finally realize this, your next surprise will be some month down the road when you go to pay your bills only to discover you have no money because IRS raided your bank accounts. What is worse, the residual effects from this will cause prices to go up on every single item we buy then you sell your house and they take a 3.8% tax on the sale price.....and only starts there!
PatV Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 12:51 PM
Romney's best shot is to continue work the Economy and Jobs message. Realistically (although I detest the decision) any kind of roll back has zero chance until after the election. For this to happen the Senate must go into Republican hand as well as the presidency. So the focus must remain the economy.
xjnyc5981 Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 1:25 PM
There won't be a "rollback." What's the liklihood of taking away a benefit for poor people once it's been enacted? What are they going to suggest in REAL terms -- that those who benefit from this will be tossed out of their plans and once again have no insurance? You can talk about 'liberty and freedom" as a lofty ideal, but when it comes down to implementation and you're leaving the poor without access to health care, who thinks THAT's a good idea or a good platform to run on?

Majority Leader Eric Cantor has stated the House will vote again to repeal ObamaCare on Wednesday July 11, just after Congress returns from the July 4 recess. From Cantor:

“The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold ObamaCare is a crushing blow to patients throughout the country. ObamaCare has failed to keep the President’s basic promise of allowing those who like their health care to keep it, while increasing costs and reducing access to quality care for patients. In this tough economy, jobs and economic growth are on the minds of most Americans, but ObamaCare has increased uncertainty for small...