Skip to comments.LIVE~ Vote-a-rama in the Senate ~Thursday 25 March
Posted on 03/25/2010 6:58:37 AM PDT by SE Mom
C-Span2 covering live Senate votes on healthcare bill all day.
dejavu all over again...
We know the bill will still pass- again- but it’s fascinating to learn the amendments being offered- it gives us a good idea how dreadful this bill REALLY is for Americans.
I’m still numb from Sunday...thanks for the thread, Mom.
Yep- but still- it’s worth watching for anyone who can.
A big problem is that a lot of the GOP Senators are opposed to repealing ObamaCare even if they had the chance.
Right. Exactly what makes it well worth doing.
Which ones? I didn’t know that- I only heard about Cornyn.
why is that Geron?
There’s a list at the link (with links) of the proposals and amendments put forth by the GOP senators.
“A big problem is that a lot of the GOP Senators are opposed to repealing ObamaCare even if they had the chance.”
However many ‘a lot’ is, they won’t be as the momentum for just such a move grows across the populace.
The SMACKDOWN of socialism is coming.
Do you really think Cornyn is the only one?
I think a lot of them are just as statist as the Democrats and they might want to tinker with it but they won’t undo it.
How do we file a criminal complaint against the congress for violating the anti slavery/peonage laws?
Job Creation Here We Come [Jonah Goldberg]
DEERE SAYS NEW HEALTH CARE REFORM LAW WILL INCREASE 2010 EXPENSE BY $150 MILLION AFTER-TAX
MOLINE, Illinois (March 25, 2010) Deere & Company announced today that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act signed into law this week will adversely impact its expenses for fiscal 2010. As a result of the legislation, the company’s expenses are expected to be about $150 million higher on an after-tax basis, primarily in the second quarter. This impact was not included in the 2010 outlook for net income attributable to Deere & Company of approximately $1.3 billion disclosed in the company’s first-quarter earnings report on February 17th.
03/25 10:03 AM
So what are these, minor corrections? The bill signed Tuesday by Odama is still the law of the land at the end of the day; is that correct?
what are they voting on now?
I believe you’re correct- it’s the law- but the GOP is fighting it in the only way available to them at the moment.
This is unlikely to be dramatic in any way- but for the record- it’s important.
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