Wait…They Can Do That?

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So I’m hearing murmurs of MoveOn getting spooked by the notion of a GOP Congress using some obscure process called “reconciliation” to pass bad laws.

Eek.

I wonder what MoveOn will do when someone whispers in their little ears an explanation of how Obamacare became law.

Pro tip: you won’t find it in a Schoolhouse Rock singalong.

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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

17 thoughts on “Wait…They Can Do That?”

  1. The little Soros weenies at MoveOn will probably foam at the mouth and gnash their teeth when they fully realize that ObamaCare is not settled law. With the bronze plan set to increase at 13.9% on the average in 2015, I betting that a few Democrats will get on board for a full repeal. If there is a full repeal, I expect the Soros losers to have a full metal epileptic fit.

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    1. A repeal couldn't happen until Jan 20 2017 at the earliest. Even if by some minor miracle the repeal effort picks up enough Democrats to make the 60 needed for cloture, there's no way it could put together the 66 to override a veto. Any efforts to force the issue early will just be political theater.

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      1. Aha! That's the whole point Joe, Obamacare is a tax based revenue management tool, completely subject to "Reconciliation"'; the very fires of Mordor from which it was forged.

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  2. IF, and that is an uncertain IF, the Republicans take back control of the Senate, all the rules the Dems passed to marginalize the minority party will come back to bite them in the ass. Then we'll see they crying about how 'unfair' the rules are. Of course the willing lapdog media will parrot their complaints and blame the republicans for being big meanies who don't care about fairness. Rinse, repeat.

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    1. IF the republicans manage to take back the senate the first order of business will be to reinstate the rules that the Dems rewrote to give them the minority bargaining chips they denied the Republicans.
      count on it.

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  3. Good lord they are a-stupid heads, aren't they. Poor babies, their poor widdle world is going to come crashing down on them when they realize that OTHERS can use the same tactics THEY did. Awwwwww!

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  4. Republicans aren't the answer. They merely aren't as bad an option as the Democrats. It is time to renew our republic with strict conservative ideology and government of and BY.

    Tea Party candidates are the only force that will effect the change we want in our country.

    That being said, watching a neutered POTUS and an irrelevant Democrat presence in both houses of congress will be entertaining.

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    1. Indeed, I dont remember where I read it, but someone said, the problem isn't Obama or his administration. They are just symptoms, the problem is an electorate who would vote him and his admin (along with people like Reid and Pelusi) in to office in the first place.

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      1. I remember watching Pat Paulsen on the Smother's Brother's show. I also remember Classical Gas being played on the radio and watched Mason Williams play it on TV too, though yes, I was only in grade school at the time. Pat last ran for President in '96, believe it or not.

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