Q&A: Is “Healthcare Reform” a done deal, or can Republicans stop it by stomping their feet & spinning?

Q&A: Is “Healthcare Reform” a done deal, or can Republicans stop it by stomping their feet & spinning?

Question by Subject 2 Change: Is “Healthcare Reform” a done deal, or can Republicans stop it by stomping their feet & spinning?
It has already passed through both houses… is it NOT a “done deal”?

Best answer:

Answer by G S
You clearly don’t understand the process.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

11 Replies to “Q&A: Is “Healthcare Reform” a done deal, or can Republicans stop it by stomping their feet & spinning?”

  1. I’ll remember this question when Obamacare becomes a massive failure and a monumental waste of taxpayer dollars. Which is the ONLY reason why democrats didn’t pass it when they had a fillibuster-proof majority for over a year. They need republicans to sign off on it so that they have somebody to blame when it goes south.

  2. Republicans can not stop it, American’s don’t want it so Democrats are reluctant to pass it and are being coerced by the Democratic leadership to pass it against the will of the people. This is in order to lose the house and the Senate, so that Obama can have Republicans to run against when he is campaining for his 2nd term. He is a good campaigner, but a bad president, so if he can run against Bush, or the Republicans in 2012, he will have a good chance to win a 2nd term.

  3. You do understand the process, and it is a done deal. However, since they have tried everything else to kill the bill, I know the Republicans will appreciate your new suggestion. Perhaps they could wear some ruby red slippers and click their heels together, too.

  4. No, but Citizens in the individual States can, should, and will take the necessary actions.
    The real way to resist DC is not by begging politicians and judges in Washington to allow us to exercise our rights…it’s to exercise our rights whether they want to give us “permission” to or not.

    Nullification—state-level resistance to unconstitutional federal laws—is the way forward.

    When a state ‚Äònullifies’ a federal law, it is proclaiming that the law in question is void and inoperative, or ‚Äònon-effective,’ within the boundaries of that state; or, in other words, not a law as far as that state is concerned.

    It’s peaceful, effective, and has a long history in the American tradition. It’s been invoked in support of free speech, in opposition to war and fugitive slave laws, and more.

    Regarding nullification and health care, there’s already a growing movement right now. Led by Arizona, voters in a number of states may get a chance to approve State Constitutional Amendments in 2010 that would effectively ban national health care in their states. Sources at the Tenth Amendment Center indicate that we should expect to see 20-25 states consider such legislation in 2010.

    20 States resisting DC can do what calling, marching, yelling, faxing, and emailing has almost never done. Stop the feds dead in their tracks.

    Over the years, wise men and women warned us that the Constitution would never enforce itself. The time is long overdue for people to start recognizing this fact, and bring that enforcement closer to home.

    The bottom line? If you want to make real change; if you want to really do something for liberty and for the Constitution…focus on local activism and your state governments.

    A “States Rights ” political movement should be the wave of the future for the Nation.

  5. Hopefully it isn’t a done deal. It pasted in the Senate by use of corruption to bribe &/or coerce senators into accepting this a bill that neither saves your Doctor patient relationship, nor lowers the cost. It is naked a power grab.

    Pelosi is equally know for her corruption.

    This bill shows why it is time to require all non-national security bills be written like California propositions – one narrowly defined objective that can be read & understood before being voted on. Our “Leaders” would now have to run on their Record! Corruption would be decreased, because of transparency & no lobbyist is rich enough to bribe all those required for something bad for the U.S.

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