Skip to comments.Senator Reid wants to talk about history
Posted on 11/28/2009 2:32:00 AM PST by Scanian
On the evening in which 60 Senators who caucus with Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) voted to move forward with debate on the 2,074 page "health care" bill, Senator Reid pointed to this as a historical moment:
"What happened just now has never happened in the long history of the United States Senate."
Through congressional town hall meetings, tea parties, and other rallies, Americans have made clear that they oppose this particular health care plan. They do want reform --- such as portability and tort reform --- but not what was in the original 1,000+ page House bill (HR 3200) or what is now in the new 2,000+ page bills in both chambers. Most Congressional Democrats have neglected to listen to their constituents who have made their opposition known. What is Obama's response? The man currently occupying the White House reportedly referred to the people he is supposed to serve as "teabag, anti-government people" and "extremists."
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I’d like to make that fossil part of political history, as in “Former Senator Harry Reid, now working in the food services industry...”
Following the vote Mr. Reid quoted Andre Sakahrov (spelling)
in his little speech letting us know we are communist now.
Hopefully the next election will make Harry Reid history.
“What happened just now has never happened in the long history of the United States Senate.”
There is probably a good reason it hasnt been done dipstick, starting with it’s Unconstitutional.
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