Thursday, January 20, 2011

House Republicans Do Their Job Waiting for America to Do its Job in 2012

Yesterday’s vote to repeal Obamacare is what the American people wanted. We wanted a responsive government. That is what House Republicans became yesterday. By a vote of 245-189, House Republicans approved the repeal of the court ruled unconstitutional Health care law. Since 2009 the American people have been united in one thing their opposition to Government mandated health care. (see story)

Democrats disregarded the American people and because they did they paid an exacting toll in the 2010 elections, no one can dispute that. It seemed that the American people were asking Democrats who lost control of the House, “Can you hear us now?”

In spite of the Shellacking that Democrats took the 111th lame duck Democrat controlled Congress defiantly passed of the health care law like erecting a middle finger to the American people.

Charles Krauthammer makes the case why Democrats are losing the continuing argument concerning health care (4:22min video)

House Republicans have done the American people a great service distinguishing themselves as the only political Party in America that is responsive to their constituents the American people.

Nearly two-thirds of U.S. doctors surveyed fear healthcare reform could worsen care for patients, by flooding their offices and hurting income, according to a Thomson Reuters survey released Tuesday.

"When asked about the quality of healthcare in the U.S. over the next five years, 65 percent of the doctors believed it would deteriorate with only 18 percent predicting it would improve," Thomson Reuters, parent company of Reuters, said in a statement.—Reuters


Democrats and their progressive media elite cohorts will not relent they will not back down or admit that the health care law that they passed and now support is a detriment to the U.S. economy and destructive America’s health care system.

Repeal of ObamaCare can't come soon enough -- as several damaging provisions are set to take effect this year.

For starters, it has effectively stopped the construction of physician-owned hospitals throughout the country.

Section 6001 of the health-care law required physician-owned hospitals to obtain their Medicare certification by the end of last year. Without it, they can't treat Medicare patients. And the facilities needed to be open to get that certification.

So construction halted at 45 hospitals as the New Year arrived. Work on countless others will never start, having been effectively banned by ObamaCare. This will limit competition in the health-care marketplace, driving up costs for patients.-- SALLY PIPES

House Republicans are to be commended for doing the right thing by voting to repeal Obama care. Now begins the two-year fight against the most corrupt administration and political party in America’s recent history.

Of course, patients may have trouble finding not just a hospital, but a doctor. A Physician's Foundation survey revealed that 40 percent of doctors plan to "drop out of patient care in the next one to three years." Sixty percent said ObamaCare will "compel them to close or significantly restrict their practices to certain categories of patients" -- typically those on Medicare or Medicaid.

Health reform will force many folks to give up their current insurance, too. --SALLY PIPES


This health care law should never have been enacted Democrats know it and the president knows it. What they didn’t know is the American people are not stupid, not most Americans at least.

What they didn’t know is that sometimes might is not the only thing in enacting laws. Most times laws are enacted because it is the right thing to do. Something obviously Democrats know absolutely nothing about.

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