Skip to comments.Obama mocks GOP health law repeal votes
Posted on 07/13/2012 5:04:49 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. -- President Obama mocked Republicans on Friday for seeking to repeal the healthcare law 33 times instead of working to pass a tax extension that would help the middle class.
Kicking off a two-day, five-stop bus tour in Virginia, Obama sought to hammer home his latest message to extend the Bush-era tax cuts for those making under $250,000 a year as part of an effort that, he says, would help the middle class.
In his speech at a local high school, the president accused Republicans of holding tax cuts hostage and of not being serious about deficit reduction if they want to extend Bush-era tax cuts for the top two percent of taxpayers.
33 votes to repeal the healthcare bill, he said before a raucous crowd of 1,400 supporters. All it would take is one vote to make sure that all of you dont see your taxes go up next year. You tell me what would be a better use of time.
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... not a class act ... that Zero-boy
he bring his telepromter?
So, President A-hole is dissing the majority of Americans who see this law as bad?
This guy is a petulant child.
Tell me what's uglier - the brazenness of his hypocrisy in still refusing to admit Obamacare is a tax right in the face of the Supreme Court ruling, or the fact that 50 million people DON'T SEE the hypocrisy?
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Can the president veto a repeal?
Of course. Representative government is reprehensible to totalitarians.
Oh God, has he left here yet?
The stench and blue air from all the lies is still lingering...yuck.
Oh and love that Kaine and Warner never left his side. Can’t walk that one back, guys..
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