Skip to comments.LIVE HEALTH CARE THREAD ~ SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Posted on 03/20/2010 7:07:53 AM PDT by SE MomEdited on 03/21/2010 5:00:38 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
10 AM Rules Committee meeting (C-span2 LIVE all day)
11 AM Stupak press conference
12 PM Demonstration at the Capitol
3 PM Obama meets with the Democratic caucus
2 p.m.: The House will debate for one hour the rules of debate for the reconciliation bill and the Senate bill.
3 p.m.: The House will vote to end debate and vote on the rules of the debate.
3:15 p.m.: The House will debate the reconciliation package for two hours.
5:15 p.m.: The House will vote on the reconciliation package.
5:30 p.m.: The House will debate for 15 minutes on a Republican substitute and then vote on the substitute.
6 p.m.: The House will vote on the final reconciliation package.
6:15 p.m.: If the reconciliation bill passes, the House will immediately vote on the Senate bill, without debate.
"The single largest recipient of health industry political donations and chairman of the Senate Committee on Finance that drafted Senate health care legislation is Senator Max Baucus (D-MT)
Unfortnately the comments of Tom Hanks had attempted to dishonor the service of the US Marines who fought in the Pacific.
Lord, God, please give him instant laryngitis . . . or perhaps horrific chocking fits on his own spit.
Obama may have just been re-elected tonight, and the (D) and NOT the (R) will win big this Nov.
Please set me right.
Watching “Born Yesterday”, cause apparently I was.
I really wonder what Stupak really got, it was not just this exec order, he was probably holding out for some kind of deal. LOSER!
Whenever the recruiters would call about my daughter (when she was in H.S.) I would ask them if they’d ever seen the movie “Private Benjamin”.
I love it!
Does Fox actually think masses of their regular viewers are going to watch Shepard and not C-SPAN?
I wish I could. Who knows.
Stupak Paid Off - proudly announces it.
For Immediate Release
March 19, 2010 Contact: Michelle Begnoche
STUPAK ANNOUNCES $726,409 FOR AIRPORTS IN
ALPENA, DELTA AND CHIPPEWA COUNTIES
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WASHINGTON, DC U.S. Congressman Bart Stupak (D-Menominee) announced three airports in northern Michigan have received grants totaling $726,409 for airport maintenance and improvements. The funding was provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration.
This federal funding will help these airports better provide critical services to communities in northern Michigan, Stupak said. I am pleased the FAA has made this investment in our local airports and the individuals and businesses they serve.
Alpena County Regional Airport received a grant of $85,500 to acquire friction measuring equipment, specifically a decelermeter and tow vehicle, to replace equipment that has worn out.
Delta County Airport in Escanaba received a grant of $179,209 to install a 10 foot perimeter fence to enhance security and prevent wildlife from entering the airport.
The Chippewa County International Airport near Sault Ste. Marie received a grant of $461,700 to install lighted signs on Runway 16/34 and make repairs to the pavement to meet marking requirements and maintain structural integrity.
This funding is provided to the FAA through the regular federal appropriations process and is awarded through competitive grants.
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Couldn't because of muzzling regulations. One or two tried to warn their customers, got slapped down by the bureaucrats.
Separation of Powers.
DrO was watching Born Yesterday too! LOL.
He refuses to watch the Marxists.
Amen. That’s two of us who agree on it and we ask in the Lord’s name. Let it be so.
I wouldn’t listen to him if he cranked it into my ears. I’d just hum louder.
Waxman up, same talking points about this is a goal of both parties for decades. Blair House talking points where we all agree. Their trying for cover in this debate using the “we agree” tactic.
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