THEY DID IT; THE GOP PASSED LEGISLATION IMPOSING A ONE-YEAR DELAY ON OBAMACARE

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    Re: THEY DID IT; THE GOP PASSED LEGISLATION IMPOSING A ONE-YEAR DELAY ON OBAMACARE

    In response to StalkingButler's comment:

    Sister, during the run up to the passage of the ACA Republicans in the House asked the President to accept their input to which the President famously replied "I won." Meaning, of course, that he had won his election, had a majority in the House and Senate, and didn't need or want their input.

    The ACA went on to be passed without any Republican votes albeit with a great deal of Democrat arm twisting and bribery.

    Is it any wonder that the House Republicans, having been snubbed during the inception of the law, have absolutely no stake in getting it implemented?

    This isn't about R vs D anymore, this is basic human nature. President Obama failed to build a bi-partisan coalition to support his signature legislation and now he's paying the price. You can call the Republicans terrorists (really?) all you want but the failure lies in the leadership of the President himself. You need not look any further than that.

     

     

     

     

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    SB,

    Actually, to be fair, Sister posted he was under the impression that their were a lot of GOP PROPOSALS in Obamacare.

    He did not post that any Republicans VOTED for Obamacare. 

     

    As for GOP input, we all know that Obamacare started in the American Heritage Foundation...a Republican think tank.

    It was implemented here, in MA, and often referred to as Romneycare...a nod to the Republican Governor at the time.

     

    When Obama first came to office he often reached across the aisle. But, you have to have the other side reach back to achieve bipartisanship. That never happened.

    One of the key provisions many who elected Obama wanted was a single-payer option. Obama did not even put up a good fight on that provision. That was major compromise. Many called it caving to the Republicans...and still do.

    If Obamacare is so bad, the GOP should let it go forward and let it cave in on itself without holding the government hostage.

    What we do know is a partial or full shutdown of the government is going to cost a lot of money. Those numbers have been posted by myself and others in numerous places.

    Hopefully, that is what the electorate will remember when they go to vote in 2014 for Congressional Representatives. 

     

     
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    In response to StalkingButler's comment:

     

    Sister, during the run up to the passage of the ACA Republicans in the House asked the President to accept their input to which the President famously replied "I won." Meaning, of course, that he had won his election, had a majority in the House and Senate, and didn't need or want their input.

    The ACA went on to be passed without any Republican votes albeit with a great deal of Democrat arm twisting and bribery.

    Is it any wonder that the House Republicans, having been snubbed during the inception of the law, have absolutely no stake in getting it implemented?

    This isn't about R vs D anymore, this is basic human nature. President Obama failed to build a bi-partisan coalition to support his signature legislation and now he's paying the price. You can call the Republicans terrorists (really?) all you want but the failure lies in the leadership of the President himself. You need not look any further than that.

     

     

     

     

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    wait a minute the ACA is modeled after Romney's Massachusetts Health Care Law ..... Obama also had help from a few of Romney's healthcare advisers while they crafted the ACA ..... sounds pretty bipartisan to me ....

     

    You and I can disagree with Obama's policies but he's showing a lot of sound judgement and good leadership on all fronts.

    As for your statement of who was controlling the House and Senate during the inception of the ACA ....  the Democrats were .....  now you have the GOP controlling the House,  excluding any Democratic ideas but instead pushing the right wing agenda which majority of reasonable Americans voted against.   

     
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    In response to StalkingButler's comment:

    [QUOTE]You can call the Republicans terrorists (really?)



    You can compare ACA to slavery...really?

     

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    Forgive him it's was a long football and kegger weekend

     
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    [QUOTE]You can call the Republicans terrorists (really?)



    You can compare ACA to slavery...really?

     

     

     

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    Forgive him it's was a long football and kegger weekend

     

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    Oh, that explains it. Then he is totally forgiven. :)

    Thanks for the insight, Sister.

    As for you SB, Visine for your eyes, but, no Tylenol for your headache. I recently learned from the medical people I have been "hanging out with" that Tylenol and alcohol are a very bad combo vis-a-vis your liver. 

     
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    Actually, to be fair, Sister posted he was under the impression that their were a lot of GOP PROPOSALS in Obamacare/ He did not post that any Republicans VOTED for Obamacare. As for GOP input, we all know that Obamacare started in the American Heritage Foundation...a Republican think tank.

    There may have been ideas included in the bill that originated with "Republicans" but there was absolutely nothing from the Republican minority in the House at the time. That's like saying that the Bush tax cuts were modeled after those of President Kennedy who also cut taxes in order to stimulate the economy. That's would hardly carry any weight with todays Democrats.

     

     

     

    [QUOTE]When Obama first came to office he often reached across the aisle. But, you have to have the other side reach back to achieve bipartisanship. That never happened.[/QUOTE]

    I'm not aware of it ever happening. See my little anecdote above.

     

     

    [QUOTE]One of the key provisions many who elected Obama wanted was a single-payer option. Obama did not even put up a good fight on that provision. That was major compromise. Many called it caving to the Republicans...and still do.[/QUOTE]

    It was a concession to blue dog Democrats who were quite recalcitrant in their support for the bill. Indeed, most of the trouble that they actually had in passing the bill was in getting these people on board. Remember the "Louisiana purchase" where Mary Landrieu got 4.3 billion in federal medicare funds for her state in exchange for her vote?

     

    [QUOTE]If Obamacare is so bad, the GOP should let it go forward and let it cave in on itself without holding the government hostage.[/QUOTE]

    If you truly believed that Obamacare was a bad and damaging law is that what your strategy would be?

     

     

    [QUOTE]What we do know is a partial or full shutdown of the government is going to cost a lot of money. Those numbers have been posted by myself and others in numerous places.[/QUOTE]

    The bill passed by the House will fund the Federal government, just not Obamacare. So, again, why doesn't Obama want to avert a shutdown and fund the government?

     

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    Bill Clinton was right the gop is spiteful and they want to be dictate the course of our country .. they sure sounds like terrorists to me

     
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    [QUOTE]Actually, to be fair, Sister posted he was under the impression that their were a lot of GOP PROPOSALS in Obamacare/ He did not post that any Republicans VOTED for Obamacare. As for GOP input, we all know that Obamacare started in the American Heritage Foundation...a Republican think tank.

     

    There may have been ideas included in the bill that originated with "Republicans" but there was absolutely nothing from the Republican minority in the House at the time. That's like saying that the Bush tax cuts were modeled after those of President Kennedy who also cut taxes in order to stimulate the economy. That's would hardly carry any weight with todays Democrats.

     

     

     

     

    [QUOTE]When Obama first came to office he often reached across the aisle. But, you have to have the other side reach back to achieve bipartisanship. That never happened.[/QUOTE]

     

    I'm not aware of it ever happening. See my little anecdote above.

     

     

     

    [QUOTE]One of the key provisions many who elected Obama wanted was a single-payer option. Obama did not even put up a good fight on that provision. That was major compromise. Many called it caving to the Republicans...and still do.[/QUOTE]

     

    It was a concession to blue dog Democrats who were quite recalcitrant in their support for the bill. Indeed, most of the trouble that they actually had in passing the bill was in getting these people on board. Remember the "Louisiana purchase" where Mary Landrieu got 4.3 billion in federal medicare funds for her state in exchange for her vote?

     

     

    [QUOTE]If Obamacare is so bad, the GOP should let it go forward and let it cave in on itself without holding the government hostage.[/QUOTE]

     

    If you truly believed that Obamacare was a bad and damaging law is that what your strategy would be?

     

     

     

    [QUOTE]What we do know is a partial or full shutdown of the government is going to cost a lot of money. Those numbers have been posted by myself and others in numerous places.[/QUOTE]

     

    The bill passed by the House will fund the Federal government, just not Obamacare. So, again, why doesn't Obama want to avert a shutdown and fund the government?

     

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    SB,

    ACC did a great job of detailing how the ACA is truly bi-partisan in its provisions in an earlier post on this thread.

    "Of the 788 amendments filed, 67 came from Democrats and 721 from Republicans. Only 197 amendments were passed in the end—36 from Democrats and 161 from Republicans. And of those 161 GOP amendments,Senate Republicans classify 29 as substantive and 132 as technical.

    For example, one amendment offered by Oklahoma's Tom Coburn requires members of Congress and their staff to enroll in the government-run health insurance program. Another, sponsored by Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, would "establish an auto advisory council to make recommendations to the Secretary of the Treasury regarding how best to represent the taxpayers of the United States as the majority owner of General Motors." An amendment written by North Carolina's Richard Burr requires that "a private plan would be exempt from any federal or state requirement related to quality improvement and reporting if the community health insurance option is not subject to the specific requirement."

    The list goes on. An amendment from Mike Enzi of Wyoming promises "to protect pro-patient plans and prevent rationing." Another of his would "prohibit the government run plan from limiting access to end of life care." An amendment from New Hampshire's Judd Gregg "requires all savings associated with follow-on biologics to go towards deficit reduction.

    "There's no accounting yet for the other 80 or so Republican amendments that were included in the legislation. But in this sampling, at least, it appears that a good portion of the GOP amendments offered were substantive (which, of course, is hardly a criticism). Whether that makes the bill "bipartisan" is a separate question."

     

    Obama does not really have to do anything since the latest GOP bill will never get by the Senate. Of course if it does, he will veto it.

     Right now we have the GOP holding the government hostage with 2 different bills. 

    One bill they want everything but the kitchen sink and they will extend the debt ceiling to December 2014 OR...

    The second bill they want a one year delay of Obamacare OR...

    What kind of governance is that, SB? Governance by extortion seems to me.

     

    Let us not forget Obama won not one but two elections with Obamacare as his signature piece of legislation. In addition, SCOTUS, with Chief Justice Roberts writing the majority opinion, affirmed that the ACA was constitutiional.

     

    Due respect, SB, but how much more do you want to justify why the GOP should back off from its current path in the House?

     
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    Re: THEY DID IT; THE GOP PASSED LEGISLATION IMPOSING A ONE-YEAR DELAY ON OBAMACARE

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    There won't be any negotiation with terrorist

    President Obama is willing to talk to the Iranians (although they're not so happy to talk to him) but he refuses to talk to the loyal opposition?

    What kind of excrement is that?

     




    Iranians are much more sane and aren't throwing temper tantrums and threatening economic armaggedon.

     

     

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    Apparently you haven't been paying attenton, to either the Iranians or the Republicans.

     
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    Re: THEY DID IT; THE GOP PASSED LEGISLATION IMPOSING A ONE-YEAR DELAY ON OBAMACARE

    In response to RushThePillPopper's comment:

    the 'tards should just let the ACA go into full effect and if it's so bad, it will be unpopular and fail. but since they know it will succeed they don't care what happens as long as they try to make Obama lose and they win. They lose in ANY manner on this. They are just too stupid to know it



    As mentioned before, bad law often becomes entrenched law once enacted.

     
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    The moonbat talking point of the day is that "ObamaCare is the law!".

    How dare the House vote to delay Obamacare! It is the law! Passed by the Congress! 

    Ironic then, how the President entirely on his own, illegally according to Constitutional scholars, decided to impose a one year delay for Obamacare on big business...

    ...and of course his bureaucrats give ObamaCare waivers to his campaign contributor and favored Democrat interest groups like unions. And the Congress itself is exempted !!

     

     

    Obamacare


    Large corporations - one year delay

    Congress and the Executive - exempt

    1000s of Obama's political friends - exempt

    The rest of us - take it up the a55 and enjoy it.

     
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    Re: THEY DID IT; THE GOP PASSED LEGISLATION IMPOSING A ONE-YEAR DELAY ON OBAMACARE

    In response to A_Concerned_Citizen's comment:

    In response to StalkingButler's comment:

    [QUOTE]You can call the Republicans terrorists (really?)



    You can compare ACA to slavery...really?

     

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    If you can compare Republican politicians to terrorists then EVERYTHING is fair game. Sorry, but you started us all down this ridiculous road. Live with it.

     

     
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    In response to FortySixAndTwo's comment:

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    In response to StalkingButler's comment:

     

    [QUOTE]You can call the Republicans terrorists (really?)



    You can compare ACA to slavery...really?

     

     

     

    [/QUOTE]

    If you can compare Republican politicians to terrorists then EVERYTHING is fair game. Sorry, but you started us all down this ridiculous road. Live with it.

     

     

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    Bingo.

    The hypocrisy of the Left is showing.

     
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    Due respect, SB, but how much more do you want to justify why the GOP should back off from its current path in the House?

    Andie,


    You should probably know that I don't read anythng by ACC, it's generally pointless and useless.

    Regarding the amendments added to Obamacare by Republicans.... Sure, the Democrats picked some things to add to the bill but that certainly doesn't mean that there was any give and take or any negotiation, they just added a few things that they liked.

    Like the legislation or not, the fact is that the bill was rammed through the house and senate with very little time for anyone to read the bill, much less understand it. The end result is such a pile of bad law that it should be scrapped wholesale.

    To specifically answer your question, I want the conservatives in the House to do what they were elected to do and I expect nothing less from them.

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    Re: THEY DID IT; THE GOP PASSED LEGISLATION IMPOSING A ONE-YEAR DELAY ON OBAMACARE

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    Andie,

    The point is that this President has no interest in negotiating a deal with the Republicans in the House and never has.

    So the question becomes, why is President Obama shutting down the government?


    I thought more of you than to expect a bald-faced lie like that.

     

    He isn't shutting down anything. The GOP is. They took the debt limit hostage. They apparently forgot they were the ones who said we don't negotiate with the sorts of persons who take hostages and issue demands.

     

     

     

     
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    The moonbat talking point of the day is that "ObamaCare is the law!".

    How dare the House vote to delay Obamacare! It is the law! Passed by the Congress! 

    Ironic then, how the President entirely on his own, illegally according to Constitutional scholars, decided to impose a one year delay for Obamacare on big business...

    ...and of course his bureaucrats give ObamaCare waivers to his campaign contributor and favored Democrat interest groups like unions. And the Congress itself is exempted !!

     

     

     

     

    Obamacare


    Large corporations - one year delay

    Congress and the Executive - exempt

    1000s of Obama's political friends - exempt

    The rest of us - take it up the a55 and enjoy it.




    Large corporations - one year delay.   A non issue, since nearly all provide insurance already.

    Congress and the Executive - exempt.    You Lie

    1000s of Obama's political friends - exempt    You Lie

    The rest of us - take it up the a55 and enjoy it.  Speak for yourself please

     
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    Andie,

    The point is that this President has no interest in negotiating a deal with the Republicans in the House and never has.

    So the question becomes, why is President Obama shutting down the government?

     

     

     

     


    I thought more of you than to expect a bald-faced lie like that.

     

    He isn't shutting down anything. The GOP is. They took the debt limit hostage. They apparently forgot they were the ones who said we don't negotiate with the sorts of persons who take hostages and issue demands.

     

     

     

     



    I'm glad you see what you are saying is a bald-faced lie.

     

     

    The Republicans, love 'em or hate 'em, did their job.  Now Obama, and the Dems in the Senate, are punting.

    Plain and simple.  Everyone but you and the press sees that.

     
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    In response to Hansoribrother's comment:

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    In response to ComingLiberalCrackup's comment:

     

    The moonbat talking point of the day is that "ObamaCare is the law!".

    How dare the House vote to delay Obamacare! It is the law! Passed by the Congress! 

    Ironic then, how the President entirely on his own, illegally according to Constitutional scholars, decided to impose a one year delay for Obamacare on big business...

    ...and of course his bureaucrats give ObamaCare waivers to his campaign contributor and favored Democrat interest groups like unions. And the Congress itself is exempted !!

     

     

     

     

    Obamacare


    Large corporations - one year delay

    Congress and the Executive - exempt

    1000s of Obama's political friends - exempt

    The rest of us - take it up the a55 and enjoy it.

     




    Large corporations - one year delay.   A non issue, since nearly all provide insurance already.  Because they were about to throw their employeess off of health insurance int the exchanges.

     

    Congress and the Executive - exempt.    You Lie.Financially exempt, $7,500 to $10,00 kicked in for every staffer and pol.

    1000s of Obama's political friends - exempt    You Lie.  Are you saying the unions are not Obama's friends?

    The rest of us - take it up the a55 and enjoy it.  Speak for yourself please.  Agreed.

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    I guess you are the real liar.

     
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    Sister, during the run up to the passage of the ACA Republicans in the House asked the President to accept their input to which the President famously replied "I won." Meaning, of course, that he had won his election, had a majority in the House and Senate, and didn't need or want their input.

    The ACA went on to be passed without any Republican votes albeit with a great deal of Democrat arm twisting and bribery.

    Is it any wonder that the House Republicans, having been snubbed during the inception of the law, have absolutely no stake in getting it implemented?

    This isn't about R vs D anymore, this is basic human nature. President Obama failed to build a bi-partisan coalition to support his signature legislation and now he's paying the price. You can call the Republicans terrorists (really?) all you want but the failure lies in the leadership of the President himself. You need not look any further than that.

     

     

     

     

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    Think for yourself, question authority.

     



    SB,

     

    Actually, to be fair, Sister posted he was under the impression that their were a lot of GOP PROPOSALS in Obamacare.

    He did not post that any Republicans VOTED for Obamacare. 

     

    As for GOP input, we all know that Obamacare started in the American Heritage Foundation...a Republican think tank.

    It was implemented here, in MA, and often referred to as Romneycare...a nod to the Republican Governor at the time.

     

    When Obama first came to office he often reached across the aisle. But, you have to have the other side reach back to achieve bipartisanship. That never happened.

    One of the key provisions many who elected Obama wanted was a single-payer option. Obama did not even put up a good fight on that provision. That was major compromise. Many called it caving to the Republicans...and still do.

    If Obamacare is so bad, the GOP should let it go forward and let it cave in on itself without holding the government hostage.

    What we do know is a partial or full shutdown of the government is going to cost a lot of money. Those numbers have been posted by myself and others in numerous places.

    Hopefully, that is what the electorate will remember when they go to vote in 2014 for Congressional Representatives. 

     

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    Hey, didn't Obama already delay Obamacare by a year?

     
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    In response to skeeter20's comment:

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    [QUOTE]You can call the Republicans terrorists (really?)



    You can compare ACA to slavery...really?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    [/QUOTE]

    If you can compare Republican politicians to terrorists then EVERYTHING is fair game. Sorry, but you started us all down this ridiculous road. Live with it.

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Bingo.

     

     

    The hypocrisy of the Left is showing.

     

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    Heh, heh, heh... funny how even the wingnuts are making terrorists comparisons.

    Rep. John Culberson of Texas essentially compared the fight against Obamacare to the tackling of 9/11 attackers by passengers on flight United 93. ” I said, like 9/11, ‘Let’s roll!’ ” Culberson shouted as he and his colleagues clamored for a vote. “Let’s roll!” was of course the famous rallying cry uttered by United 93 passenger Todd Beamer.

    Culberson, adding some extra hyperbolic metaphor and grandiosity for good measure, compared his lack of concern for the Senate’s inevitable rejection of the bill to Ulysses S. Grant storied disregard for the Confederate forces’ strategy: “Ulysses S. Grant used to say, ‘Boys, quit worrying about what Bobby Lee is doing. I want to know what we are doing.’ And that’s what the House is doing today, thank God,” he said.

     


    But ya, keep telling yourselves it's those meanie Dems.

    Can you say "self-delusion"?

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    So, tell me:  How is the one year delay the Republicans want different from the one year delay Obama instituted by executive order?

     

     
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    Re: THEY DID IT; THE GOP PASSED LEGISLATION IMPOSING A ONE-YEAR DELAY ON OBAMACARE

    The Republican partiers have decided that they do not like either democracy (one of their greatest ongoing efforts is to try to keep thousands from voting and to take the value out of thousands of other voters by extremist gerrymandering - a strategy used by all parties that should be made illegal for any party) and they do not like the American republican form of representation as they want to use mafia and terrorist tactics to make and change law rather than voting.

    If the Republicans and the mindless Tea Party reality deniers liked AMerica they would be having an OPEN vote in the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES. But Bohner Tea Party terrorists do not let open votes take place. BUt they do say "meet our demands or else..." and they say it so easily you get the idea that they are really are terrorists. 

    It is pretty funny reading the amazingly mindless parroting done by a core group of lame political terrorists here. Somewhat entertaining though it reflects how they are willing to hurt America.

     
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