Skip to comments.Pence: Republicans want to repeal healthcare 'lock, stock and barrel'
Posted on 01/19/2011 3:36:47 PM PST by pissant
House Republicans will vote to repeal the healthcare law "lock, stock and barrel," Rep. Mike Pence said Wednesday.
The remarks by the Indiana Republican, who is thought to be mulling a White House run, shows not all lawmakers shying away from colorful rhetoric in the wake of the Arizona shootings earlier this month. Pence is also a conservative favorite, and the remarks could be seen as a play for the base.
Pence made the comments as the House moved toward a vote Wednesday to repeal the healthcare law.
Today House Republicans are going to stand with the American people and vote to repeal their government takeover of health care lock, stock and barrel, said Pence in a one-minute speech on the House floor.
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..my #2 choice for POTUS
Hey Hey Hey!!! The President has asked for a "New Tone". Rep. Pence needs to tone down that gun rhetoric. For the good of the country and the children. We need to come together and acquiesce to the will of the Rat party after all.
We want to kill it... drag it back up and then drive a stake through its heart... then soak it in gas and burn it... then take the ashes and nuke them... the take the radioactive waste and jam it right up the *u$$y-in-chief’s arse. Screw the pc crap!
Lock, stock, and barrel.
And the horse it rode in on.
Oh C’mon ! Every damn candidate, you guys have issues . So, let us just go for Mike Pence! Still he has not been defined by the main stream media and guy is very articulate. He will beat the heck out of Obama in the debate
Pence is coming along, and I hope neither of them succumb to the "reaching across the aisle" disease that is so common with Republicans.
As for civility, Pence, DeMint, Palin, Bachman, Paul Ryan and a few other Conservatives, should tell Pelosi, Reid, and The Magic Negro to F-Off.
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