33 Times to Repeal Obamacare?! ‌‌ - Lee Doren





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Published on Jul 14, 2012

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List of the Votes, but the story has a Misleading Headline and 1st Paragraph: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/2...

1st Vote for Repeal: http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2011/roll0...

2nd Vote for Repeal: http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2012/roll4...

Ezra Klein Doesn't Tell The Truth: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/e...

"House Republicans have now voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act 33 times." This is not true at all.

Vote to Repeal the 1099 form requirement: http://projects.washingtonpost.com/co...
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Comments • 470

Jim's Inkspot
Because we Americans throw off the yoke of Tyrants and Slavers out of Instinct. Only those that are used to Big Government intruding into their lives are comfortable with a Dictatorship no matter how "sweet" it may be at the moment, it will turn Malevolent on you and then it won't be such a Picnic. Another thing we Americans don't like to do is pick the pockets of other people to solve our personal problems, most would rather work for it. Freedom is much harder, we'll gladly keep it! 
Genius, 1) I cite the damn votes in the description of the video; 2) Nobody is stopping you from clicking the links.
"dropping you for your insurance plan if you get sick" is nothing like requiring them to cover preexisting conditions. It is often a violation of the contract. 
Wrong. The default position is you DON'T create a new bureaucracy, or a new tax, or a new 2700 law that creates 6000+ pages of regulations. The default is you don't touch anything. The burden is only on the party asking for permission to use government to do something, not on the people who want to be left alone. 
"A proposal has been made to repeal the health care bill and stop it from going into effect. Do you strongly favor, somewhat favor, somewhat oppose or strongly oppose a proposal to repeal the health care bill?" Thanks for playing. Now, get off my channel and stop wasting my time.
Hey, I'm against 3rd party-payer for most of healthcare to begin with. I think most should be out-of-pocket, without the 1946 tax benefits distorting the employer/employee relationship. However, the idea of forcing a 3rd-party to pay someone else's bills isn't the solution.
If he won't; I will. An Insurance company is a business that agrees to pay you in the event of something happening. You are free to contract with one or not. If you don't like the deal, don't contract with it. However, you have no right to force a company to pay your bills upfront. Now, if that company wants to cover you with a preexisting condition (as they do in group plans), fine. But, you have no business to force the company, or individual, to contract if they don't want to. 
Yeah, read the PDF of that genius. It isn't true.
Both of you cut it out or you'll being off the forum.
53% of likely voters want FULL repeal genius.
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