Friday, October 23, 2009
The Happy Failure of 1776
No, not the year, the Senate bill that failed on Wednesday, Oct. 21. Senate Bill 1776 was soundly defeated when enough Democrats came to their senses and sided with Republicans to defeat this monstrosity. American Thinker comments on this victory against Obamacare: So the U.S. Senate failed by seven votes to invoke cloture on Wednesday and push forward a bill that even had Washington Post editorialists gagging on its duplicity. Thirteen Democrats joined all 40 Republicans to reject 47-53 a free-standing Medicare bill, S. 1776, that would have pushed up the national deficit by a quarter of a trillion dollars over the next 10 years. Full Article, American Thinker... Related: Senate Roll Call #325 Details - OpenCongress Obama in New York: Vote for 'the bill you least like' - RedState Thank you, Senator Kohl & Senator Feingold, for voting "Nay" - Brookfield Elm Grove Now If doctors support Obama care, why the carrot and stick? - Examiner.com obamacare: The (Doc) Fix Isn't In - Hot Air 'Doc fix' collapses, Reid tells colleagues AMA led him astray - The Hill S 1776 FAILS! Some in Congress ACTUALLY LISTENED! - Desert Conservative Conservative Caps, Shirt and more! Leave a Comment - Chicago News Bench RSS Feed Visit us on Twitter!