The continuing power grab

Well, this didn’t take long
HR 676


To provide for comprehensive health insurance coverage for all United States residents, improved health care delivery, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

10 Responses

  1. Nuke and n2l. You need to look at this. Oklahoma City police officer pulls man over for anti-Obama sign on vehicle

    Then the USSS searched his house. Communism is hear. We skipped right over socialism.

  2. I just saw that, Robert D.
    I hope the guy sues, if not for his own reasons, but to send a message to other law enforcement agencies and agents.

  3. Dang, there’d be teams of lawyers throwing themselves at his vehicle here.

  4. No, nuke, it didn’t take long, although it took longer than I expected.

  5. both good articles.
    Kass has already missed one prediction. The Nov 08 bottom was breeched today. Options expirations tomorrow.
    Get ready for an interesting ride.

  6. I was talking with some folks the other day, and we all agree that 7,000 and under is very likely.

  7. I don’t even know where to start, but a few quick rants:

    It covers illegals. Let’s try to guess how many illegals will head back to Mexico, El Salvador, or other places once they get free health and dental care in the US. Rather than leaving because there are no jobs, they will continue to freeload.

    Sec. 403 omits “sex,” which means that this lovely bill can discriminate on the basis of sex, but not national origin or race. Sexist commie bastards.

    One of the sections makes it illegal to sell insurance that duplicates the coverage here. Not only will be “insure” everyone and kill the free market, we’ll drive a nail into the coffin.

    We’re so screwed.

  8. Watch Out, Mr. President, Because We’re Mad As Hell!

    Who wouldn’t be angry?

    CNBC’s Rick Santelli captured that furor by calling for a “Chicago tea party” in a February 19 edition of “Squawk Box” appearance now spreading across the internet like a wild fire. Santelli was a Howard Beale for a new generation –- an oddly cast Chicago Mercantile Exchange floor reporter venting his rage at the free-spending Obama administration. Santelli urged the new president to arrange an online referendum to “see if we really want to subsidize the losers’ mortgages.”

    It wasn’t just Santelli. The exchange floor erupted in anger and boos as he asked them:

    “How many of you people want to pay for your neighbor’s mortgage that has an extra bathroom and can’t pay their bills?”

    The left and the mainstream media will discount this spontaneous moment. After all, those people on the floor who responded so strongly are just whiny financial types or so the pundits will claim. But the pundits will be wrong. Desperately wrong.

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