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Democrats secretly meeting with Obama on plan to shove health care bill down our throats
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 730536:MV85OTQ0OTZfMTU2MTQzMDJfNzYzODRGMzI=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 759743] So which is it? Obama shoves this bill down our throats, or Republicans shove filibusters down our throats? They are BOTH THE FUCKING PROBLEM Only sheep talk about one over the other. [/quote] It's only ONE (1) party that wants this healthcare passed. [/quote]
Obama tries to revive healthcare reform effort
Sat Feb 20, 2010 10:42am EST
U.S. President Barack Obama is expected to publish his
healthcare plan as early as Sunday or Monday, combining features of the two Democratic bills passed by the Senate and House of Representatives, congressional aides and health advocates say. On Saturday, Obama urged Democrats and Republicans to find common ground at a White House summit next week that he hopes will rejuvenate efforts to shove the socialized healthcare bill down our throats. Obama also used his weekly radio and Internet address to take aim at health insurance companies, saying the "status quo is good for the insurance industry and bad for America."
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He looks even more reptilian than normal in that picture.
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