Friday, March 19, 2010

The Latest ObamaCare Roundup..

I figure that this weekened is going to be the end game for ObamaCare.

Again, I doubt this has nothing to do with an actual vote count. Now that the Democrats have voted to allow Nancy Pelosi to implement the Slaughter Solution that illegally 'deems' the Senate bill to be passed, a formal roll call and vote isn't even necessary.

One of those who voted for the Slaughter Solution was Rep. John Boccieri (D-Ohio, a key swing vote who has now made it official and switched his solid 'no' vote to a 'yes'.he was one of the Donkeys I was watching to see which way this was going, and is a major pick up for Prez Zero and Pelosi.

Another indication that we may not even see a vote or roll call on ObamaCare was a lil' statement by Speaker Pelosi that Bart Stupak and the other anti-abortion Democrats can essentially go screw themselves:

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was asked by ABC News about Rep. Bart Stupak's (D-MI) suggestion that there could be another bill to address abortion funding but she closed the door.

Said Pelosi: "This bill is about health care and not about abortion. There will be no further changes in the bill."

That means one of two things. Either Pelosi and Obama have been able to bribe/threaten/intimidate enough votes to push this through or more likely, as I theorized yesterday, the House Jackasses approving the use of the unconstitutional Slaughter Solution was pretty much the real vote on ObamaCare.

Since Boccieri, Joe Sestak and several other supposedly solid 'no' votes decided to go along and vote 'yes' on Slaughter, it seems to make sense that Pelosi made a deal with them that if they voted for the Slaughter Solution, she would use it to spare them actually having to go on record in an actual vote.

In other news, the Congressional Budget Office has 'revised' its earlier estimate on the costs of ObamaCare, now that they have more of an idea of what 'fixes' the Dems have in mind.

The new price tag? Oh, up from a mere $940 billion to $2 trillion in the bill's first decade.

And as I told you here, even those figures are likely understated.

This will likely go through, one way or another, because Obama wants at least the appearance of a 'win' at all costs to salve his own ego,no matter how many Democrat Congressional seats it costs.

The GOP will likely do its best to use procedural landmines to try and delay it, and that's good, because this needs to be fought tooth and nail.

But the real route to killing this is going to be court challenges like the massive ones Mark Levin already has planned, legal challenges in every single circuit. That, and the Republicans throughout America using 'Repeal' as their battle cry from now until November.

Repeal is entirely plausible because the bill's 'entitlement' provisions don't even kick in until 2013..just the pain and the taxation.

In the meantime, melt the phones and the wires. Hugh Hewitt has good lists of vulnerable Democrats whose lives you can make miserable even if you don't live in their districts by telling them that if they vote for this abomination, you just donated to their opponents and there's more where that came from.

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