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Nine Reasons ObamaCare may not Pass

RedState builds upon a piece by Rich Lowry to give the only reasons left that ObamaCare may yet be killed. A long long long shot, but at this point I will take it.

Richard Lowry writes of the five reasons ObamaCare may not pass (below) and I have added four more, after Lowry’s five:

1. Public Revulsion — see buying of votes and Dems tanking polling data.

2. Stupak — see the hard core dozen Dem pro-lifers.

3. Who Pays? — see the unions that hate the fact their health plans will be hit with a big tax.

4. Blue Dog Vote-Yes-Fatigue — as election year approaches, Dems begin to see that the election dynamics have gone from bad to worse.

5. The Left — the progressives are angry and are only waiting the outcome of the conference to determine if they will “kill the bill” or not, but some are, for reasons that mostly involve the public option, ready to kill the bill.

And here are four more:

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think all the reasons against passage can be summarized into one reason: The bill tries to do too much for one vote of each Congress member.

There should be at least one bill each for (1) preexisting conditions, (2) tort reform, (3) illegal immigrant healthcare prob., (4) public option (up or down vote), (5) abortion funding by taxpayers, (6) cost measures/healthcare system fixes, (7) sex. ed., (8) adoption credit, (8) pregnant women help, et al.

gbm3

Richard C. Lambert said...

RedState builds upon a piece by Rich Lowry to give the only reasons left that ObamaCare may yet be killed. A long long long shot, but at this point I will take it.gold obamacare plan


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