ObamaCare: House Votes to Repeal Obama Health Care Law

In a bipartisan vote, the GOP controlled House voted to repeal the Obama Health Care Reform Law.
House Republicans passed a bill to repeal President Barack Obama’s health care plan Wednesday, taking their first major step toward rolling back the massive overhaul that has dominated the American political landscape for almost two years.

The vote was 245 to 189, and unanimous GOP support gave the vote the same partisan feel of the March vote to pass the law, underscoring once again the hardened political lines of the health care debate. Only three Democrats backed the repeal, a smaller number than Republicans had once predicted.

But, hey, there are three more Democrats who voted for repeal than there were Republicans who voted for the law. There were NO Republicans who voted for the adoption of ObamaCare.

Next, the bill will head to the U.S. Senate, where Democrat Senate Majority Leader Nevada Senator Harry Reid has vowed to not take up the bill. Even if the bill is considered and approved in the U.S. Senate, it is an absolute certainty that President Obama will veto the measure.

The American people voted to replace the majority Congressional Democrats last November because in part because of ObamaCare. The Democratic Party and President Obama OWN it.

ObamaCare will likely NEVER progress any further and WILL be repealed when the GOP regains the White House in either 2012 or 2016.

One thought on “ObamaCare: House Votes to Repeal Obama Health Care Law

  1. Awesome. The forced, mandatory, healthcare insurance premium payments to private insurance companies will finally be eliminated. Now, maybe we can focus on the REAL healthcare problem – the INSURANCE COMPANIES!!!!

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