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The Senate Is Real Slow To Learn

 

I guess the elections a few months ago have already been fogotten by most of the Dems in the Senate. 2012 will be good clean fun for the rest of us.

 

Proving that they learned nothing from the November 2nd elections and they are out-of-step with current political opinion in this country, the Senate voted today 51-47 on a straight party-line vote to reject the attempt to repeal Obamacare. Nevermind Judge Vinson's ruling on Monday declaring the act unconstitutional on behalf of 26 states. Nevermind the House's vote last week to repeal the bill. Nevermind that 58% of Americans surveyed want the bill repealed.

Just go ahead Senate an ignore all of the signs.

We will remember this in 2012.

 

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Comment balloon 3 commentsKevin Robinson • February 03 2011 09:26AM

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These Dem/Libs are NOT listening to their voters.  I L♥VE that Harry R was confronted while shopping in VA * next time, he should go to MD....2012 will be ANOTHER RED REVOLT

Posted by Wallace S. Gibson, CPM, LandlordWhisperer (Gibson Management Group, Ltd.) about 8 years ago

They wil probably get skunked and then say the voters had a temper tantrum.

Posted by Kevin Robinson, Fractional Developer about 8 years ago

Kevin,

Yhanks for the reblog. We still have work to do. :)

Steve

Posted by Steve Hoffacker, Certified Aging In Place Specialist-Instructor (Steve Hoffacker LLC) about 8 years ago

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