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Boehner: “Trust me. I’m Going To Make Sure This H’care Bill Is Never, Ever, Ever Implemented”

Posted by iusbvision on November 5, 2010

Awesome. Folks we have gone through this bill backwards and forwards. This writer tends to stay away from superlatives but it is just this simple; this healthcare bill is so bad, so expensive and so destructive to healthcare, seniors, jobs etc that if you support it you are either a fool, evil, or are in denial about what is in it.

I realize this statement may offend some of my professor friends at IUSB, but I care about you and people enough to give you the splash of cold water that you desperately need. I challenge anyone to debate me publicly on the merits of this bill in front of an audience and when the debate is over perhaps you will realize what the American people made crystal clear on election day.

This is also about “process”. You do not do a power grab on 1/7th of the economy on a party line vote, using secret negotiating and bribes to cram it through.

Rudy Giuliani used to run the second largest health care company in the country. He tells how the bill is and scolds the pinheads on The View that they are stuck in their New York bubble which is not the real world.

One Response to “Boehner: “Trust me. I’m Going To Make Sure This H’care Bill Is Never, Ever, Ever Implemented””

  1. outfor said

    30 million people [added] onto the system will some how lower the cost and improve the service…

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