Saturday, March 20, 2010

Tea Parties Make Last Stand Against Health Care Bill

While the Democrats are going around blaming the Republicans for the failing health care reform it is the TEA Party and the Blue Dog Democrats that are holding up the bill. Their is a bipartisan effort to stop this obamacare. The far left will do whatever they have to to pass this obamanation of a bill. These people weren't funded by the unions like the KKKoffee Klan. This is true grass roots. We will take the Blue Dogs if they are conservative. And we will take the Republicans and Libertarians. But Progressives and liberals can go to their Klan meetings. 

Just days after holding a rally in Washington, Tea Party activists returned Saturday to make one final stand against the health care reform bill ahead of an expected Sunday vote.

Thousands of Tea Partiers descended upon the Capitol in an effort to derail the march toward "Obamacare" by pressuring undecided lawmakers to vote "no" Sunday.At times protestors broke into chants of "Kill the bill!"More than 60 Tea Party affiliates organized the event in the four days since Tuesday's rally after organizers were flooded with requests to hold another one for those who couldn't take off of work for the first one.

Saturday's event featured actor Jon Voight, Reps. Mike Pence, R-Ind., chairman of the House Republican Conference, Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., and Steve King, R-Iowa.

"This is the final push, and the Democrats' last ditch effort to push through the most unpopular legislation in years," Bachmann said.

Bachmann rejected the notion that the Tea Partiers were gathering too late to stop House Democrats who appear close to having the 216 votes required to pass the bill on Sunday.

"They're exactly on time," she told Fox News at the rally. "Over 25,000 Americans came here practically on 24-hour notice. They can't wait to be the welcome wagon for President Barack Obama when he comes this afternoon for a meeting with House Democrats."

After the rally, Tea Partiers plan to confront undecided Democratic lawmakers in their congressional offices and convince them to vote against the bill.                                                                                                                                                                                       And if the Democrats go against we the people they had better be ready for some retribution.  We will not be shoved to the side by the Democratic Party as if we mean nothing. But if they chose to go against the will of the people we will hold the whole Democratic party responsable. Right now the Blue Dogs and the Republicans are doing what the majority of Americans want. Democrat will be as dirty a word as liberal and progressive is,when we are done with them. This obamacare bill will bankrupt this country in 4 years if it is passed and who will bail us out?                                                                                                                I'd like to see an amendment to the bill that will make all Democrats have to pay for the failing of this bill when it bankrupts us. This way they have a little skin in the game. The unions and the other mutt groups don't have to pay for this bill but they are backing it and promoting it with lies and BS. Lets put an amendment in that lets all the Democrats that want this bill passed to pay for it when it fails. What do ya think about that for bipartisanship?

Roman Catholic Church Is Against Obamacare

check yesPriests for Life is speaking out after a group of nuns endorsed the proposed healthcare reform measure.

The group of nuns under the umbrella of the Catholic Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) has publicly broken ranks with U.S. Catholic Bishops who oppose the bill.  Father Frank Pavone, national director at Priests for Life, tells OneNewsNow that most nuns who are members are actually pro-life.

Father Frank Pavone (Priests for Life)"It's just that they are severely misinterpreting the effect this bill will have on the lives of the unborn and by extension on the health -- the moral health, the physical health -- of our entire nation," he explains. "Abortion is far more destructive than apparently they are taking account of when they take this particular position."

The group claims to represent 59,000 nuns, but Pavone believes it may only be the 59 nuns who signed the letter. "The accuracy in what they're saying is that they, together, collectively have responsibility for that many nuns," he notes. "It certainly doesn't mean they all agree with this."

Since a vote on the healthcare measure could come soon, the Priests for Life national director is urging people to contact their elected representatives in Washington, even if they have done so before, and urge them to reject the current bill.

In another sign that Catholics are weighing in on both sides of the debate, The Associated Press reports that a retired Catholic bishop supports President Obama's healthcare overhaul, despite the church's official opposition. Retired Bishop John McCarthy of Austin, Texas, says he is opposed to abortion and believes that the bill before Congress would guard against using taxpayer funds to pay for it.

An Informed Public Is Bad For The Democratic Party Of Liars

ObamaCare 3A newly hired conservative political analyst for CNN says the more Americans learn about the Democrats' healthcare legislation, the less they like it.

A vote could occur as early as Sunday in the House on the Democrats' healthcare bill.  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California) needs 216 votes to pass the measure. On Thursday, Republicans lost an effort to force House Democrats to hold a direct vote on the measure.

Erick Erickson is the editor of and a political contributor for CNN and its new program John King, USA, which debuts Monday night. He says the odds are in favor of Democrats passing the bill in the midst of widespread public opposition.

"I will guarantee you this, that one way or the other there will be a Resurrection Sunday this year -- but not for healthcare if it doesn't make it past Easter," he predicts.

US capitolErickson believes Democrats who support the planned government takeover of healthcare are blinded by their liberal ideology. He says that many lawmakers go to Washington with a mindset that they have been elected to use their best judgment -- and that "the people back home" lack the facts in determining how pieces of legislation will benefit them.

"The problem for the Democrats in this case is that the more facts people do learn, the less and less they like healthcare," says Erickson. "But they are so removed and insular in Washington from the rest of the nation, they're going to be in for a very rude awakening if they pass this measure and then go home for the Easter holiday."

The House will first have to approve the Senate healthcare bill, and then both chambers will pass a package of fixes agreed to in negotiations with the White House.