House GOP plans to target health-care law bit by bit

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As the incoming Republican leaders in the House seek to make good on their campaign promise to roll back President Barack Obama's health-care overhaul, they say they intend to use their new muscle to cut off money for the law, setting up a series of partisan clashes and testing Democratic commitment to the legislation.
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dave s

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missskeptic wrote:
Mike DeWine has promised to waste millions of dollars of taxpayer money to fight the healthcare reform law, just to show those Teabirchers he's tough! The case will be thrown out, and DeWine will still be a hero to the ignorant.
actually its about time and part of the reason that weasel cordray was fired. it would appear the states have a case to repeal it as well.
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dave s wrote:
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actually its about time and part of the reason that weasel cordray was fired. it would appear the states have a case to repeal it as well.
Supreme Court just turned it down. You must lovvvve seeing your tax dollars wasted. What would your fellow Tea partyers think?????

Since: Feb 10

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Here comes the Klowns wrote:
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Supreme Court just turned it down. You must lovvvve seeing your tax dollars wasted. What would your fellow Tea partyers think?????
Where's your documentation for that claim? Even Reuter's latest story on the lawsuit dates back to 10/14/10 and states that the Judgge has ruled that the case will move forward an a hearing is set for 12/2/10. See http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE69D5CO2...

Please provide links to verifiable sources or don't post bogus claims.
davy

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He mentions a Supreme court ruling and you post a link to a ruling by a judge in Florida?
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...
Try that link and pay attention! You sound like a professional republicunt.
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Where's your documentation for that claim? Even Reuter's latest story on the lawsuit dates back to 10/14/10 and states that the Judgge has ruled that the case will move forward an a hearing is set for 12/2/10. See http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE69D5CO2...
Please provide links to verifiable sources or don't post bogus claims.

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Nov 12, 2010
 
davy wrote:
He mentions a Supreme court ruling and you post a link to a ruling by a judge in Florida?
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...
Try that link and pay attention! You sound like a professional ****.
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The request for the link is because SCOTUS has NOT taken either of the two suits filed against the Healthcare reform bill. There is NO Supreme Court Ruling because it hasn't agreed to review the case(s). The case(s) are still in lower level courts, and those courts ARE going forward with the lawsuits.
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SDH wrote:
So in your world Liddleguy, let's say a person who is being treated for high blood pressure loses his job, and health insurance. He gets a new job, but his new insurance company says "Sorry", your blood pressure problem was before our time. You have to pay for your medications yourself. This is why we needed health care reform in the first place, and why I might remind you, was partially why Obama was elected President.
Your ideas are socialistic, similar to your president;s. If a man loses his job and has high blood pressure he should take medicine for it that HE purchased, not me. The idea of forcing health insuers to insure people with existing conditions, is like forcing auto insurers to insure repeat DUI offenders. People who think premiums are going to go down while insurers costs are going up, are a little light in the loafers. Git a grip, lib.

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