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Town Hall Debates Hang Over Senate Negotiators
Roll Call ^
| Aug. 20, 2009
| David M. Drucker
Posted on 08/20/2009 4:27:30 PM PDT by redreno
Senate Finance Committee negotiators are scheduled this evening to meet via teleconference to continue their efforts to craft a bipartisan health care reform bill, with the Senators interaction with constituents over the August recess expected to be a major topic of discussion.
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TOPICS: Business/Economy; Culture/Society; Government
posted on 08/20/2009 4:27:30 PM PDT
The only thing they need to know is we the people don’t want it.
posted on 08/20/2009 4:29:37 PM PDT
(Give me back my conservative vote; then find me a real conservative to vote for)
So, it will be a discussion on discussions.
posted on 08/20/2009 4:30:05 PM PDT
(Road to hell is paved by unintended consequences of good intentions)
This week, the White House and some Democrats have signaled an interest in abandoning bipartisan negotiations in favor of a partisan approach to getting health care reform enacted this year, believing that Republicans have no interest in compromise.
However, the GOP contends otherwise, and President Barack Obama continues to insist that he wants to work with the minority on Capitol Hill.
As usual Zero wants it both ways.
posted on 08/20/2009 4:32:05 PM PDT
by what's up
To: what's up
If I pay taxes,
And welfare feeds a man,
How have I fed him?
Is it Charity
When Barack spends tax money?
Charity from whom?
On April 15,
Who is a Happy Giver?
No one, I dare say.
Taxes are not Charity.
Print it on the money...
posted on 08/20/2009 4:46:32 PM PDT
(Because, deep in my heart, I do believe, that we shall overcome some day.)
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