We Awake in a Different Country
For almost a year, the people of the United States have taken every opportunity to tell their “representatives” not to absorb our healthcare system into the government. Tea Parties, town halls, elections (even unto taking a Massachusetts Senate seat out of Democrat hands), and poll after poll after poll. They didn’t care. They’ve lied. They’ve gamed every internal analytical system, such that the Congressional Budget Office had to find falsely a deficit reduction. They’ve taken key votes on hidden days, even Christmas Eve. They’ve overtly bribed members. They’ve manipulated the legislative process. And now, like it or not, America, they’ve forced the costly, detrimental lemon down our throats:
A bloc of pro-life Democrats turned out to be the linchpin to passage of the Senate’s massive health insurance overhaul Sunday night, as President Obama cemented a 219-212 victory with a pledge to issue an executive order “clarifying” abortion language in the Senate bill.
The House also voted 220-211 to support a “reconciliation” bill aimed to “fix” provisions in the Senate bill that many House Democrats opposed but viewed as better than nothing.
The one monomaniacal call that must now replace every objection that the American people have raised over the past year is: Repeal.
Here’s the vote list. Consult it before you ever vote for an incumbent of this Congress for so much as town garbage sorter.