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House to Vote to Repeal ObamaCare Again July 11

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...