Senate Democrats Defeat Repeal Effort of Healthcare Legislation

by Michael Simone
posted on Thursday, February 03, 2011

US Senate Democrats, yesterday defeated the efforts of Republicans to overturn the Obama Healthcare law by banning together and unanimously voting against the repeal of Obamacare.

I find this particularly indignant and extremely contemptuous by Democrats in light of both numerous polls showing 70% of Americans want the bill repealed and the recent Federal Court Ruling declaring the healthcare law unconstitutional. These Democrats are not only contemptuous but are flipping their finger at the American people, the Federal Judge, the Courts and our Constitution as they vote to continue violating both the will of the people and the Law of the Country.

I strongly suggest, that along with President Obama, we put forward our own vote in 2012 for the repeal, retribution and removal from office of every single Democratic Senator for breaking their sworn oath of office to uphold and defend the Constitution.

We must send a loud and clear message to government that we will no longer tolerate the irresponsible actions by those we elect to do our bidding.

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