[A BadGal Says - TheSUSS] Can We Talk Tuesday - Republicans Please.. Suck Our...
- This is how I feel about the republicans and their less than honorable actions toward the new health care bill. Many people need healthcare, and they - the republicans who want to repeal the health care bill; have the gold standard. How dare they even consider repealing the health care bill ? Well let me just say this, if they push it too far they will find South Carolinas' remedy applied to them across the board in all fifty states. People are tired of this filibuster and bs-ing. it's time for a change. It's time the republicans took their pills and shut up.We haven't forgotten last weeks post which told us that South Carolina will allow you to pay a measly $5.00 to file a form letting everyone know your intentions to overthrow the government. Well I'm sure that Michael Steele has at least $5.00 in his coffers. So they ought to just go ahead and file; because what they're doing is exactly that.Republicans, you better watch your backs because you get served food, medicines and other consumables by a whole nation of democrats who need healthcare.
one day they just might serve you some of that same bullshit you are serving the nation today.
Read This From CNN
Posted: March 22nd, 2010 02:38 PM ET
From CNN Associate Producer Martina StewartWashington (CNN) – Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minnesota, has introduced a bill to repeal Democrats' health care reform legislation, her office announced Monday.
President Obama and Democrats in Congress "have ignored the will of the people and have chosen to ram through their trillion-dollar health care bill despite the American people's overwhelming objection to it," Bachmann said in a written statement.
Despite the long odds of repeal, several prominent Republicans - including former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and House Minority Whip Eric Cantor - have joined the chorus of those calling for the bill to be overturned.
Bachmann said "the American people won't ever forget the irresponsible actions of this Administration and Democratic Majority."
Soon after passage of the historic bill Sunday night in the House, Sen. Jim DeMint, R-South Carolina, also announced plans to seek to repeal the health care reform legislation.
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