Obamacare: Crunch Time

We humbly ask for your help, oh Patron Saint of Fighting Communism.

The successful bribe list is growing, and Pelosi is edging closer to her 216 votes and the roll call is still scheduled for tomorrow:

Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is now close to achieving the biggest political victory of her career.

After struggling to collect votes earlier this week, Democratic leaders picked up some key votes on Friday. Reps. Suzanne Kosmas (D-Fla.), Brad Ellsworth (D-Ind.), Allen Boyd (D-Fla.), Harry Mitchell (D-Ariz.), Dina Titus (D-Nev.) and John Boccieri (D-Ohio) had all been undecided or leaning no, but they all say they will vote yes this weekend.

If this private sector takeover passes, Pelosi might be able to call it a “victory” until November, but after that all bets are off.

Keep calling your Reps. The House switchboard number is (202) 224-3121. I just called and the line is busy, so they’re either being swamped with calls, or they’ve taken the phone off the hook. Call if you can, even if you’re accused of “harrassment” for speaking your mind. It’s not over yet.

What are we up against? Well, for starters, we’re up against moronic Obamacare supporters who think “a little bit of Socialism” is possible — as is “a little bit pregnant.”

If you’re in the DC area, consider heading to the Capitol for a mother of a tea party. One of the speakers will be Barack Obama’s cousin, an MD who opposes Obamacare.

Though you’ll see Obama surrounding himself with people in white coats — and maybe even some of them are actual doctors and not just SEIU stand-ins — I have yet to personally talk to anybody in the medical field who is for this bill.

The “support” for this bill is so manufactured that Obama and Pelosi must be using a GM assembly line to build the hype (no wonder they were so adamant to take over the company).

Meanwhile, the anti-Obama billboard craze continues — this time it’s good news for Jimmy Carter:


Just about the only business that’s doing well in this country right now because of Obama is the outdoor advertisement industry.

Author: Doug Powers

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