According to Article One of the United States Constitution, the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate each have a quorum of a simple majority of their respective members. The Senate has the additional requirement in Rule VI of its standing rules of a “majority of the members duly chosen and sworn.” The only exception is when either house sits for choosing the President or Vice President when the electoral college fails to obtain a majority vote. In this exception, each house requires the presence of members from two-thirds of the states to satisfy quorum.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quorum
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So I will answer my own question a forum is 216 and in the Senate 50 so we can not prevent a forum. However if we really stood shoulder to shoulder somewhere like the Lincoln Memorial the first Republican President and said we will not support this sham it would make for a heck of a political war.
Well, then it won’t work. The only thing to do if they really try to hide the monstrosity in a budget measure so they can use reconciliation is to raise points of order, deny unanimous consent to waive the reading of the bill, and make amendments (which I think *is* still allowed under reconciliation).