I think you all need to realize that no matter what happens tomorrow, this thing is far from over. Really, the whole issue goes to the Senate parliamentarian as the senate needs to approve the reconciliation bill. There is a bunch of crap in here that doesn’t have anything to do with the budget. At that point it’s kicked back to the House. Sit back and take a deep breath.
Once the House deems the thing as passed, Barry signs it, and that's the end. There will be no attempt at reconciliation in the Seante, and they all know it. The last thing a lib traitor wants to talk about for a few more weeks is healthcare.
The fight over healthcare, however, will be the thing that occupies the remainder of our lives. The fight will never be over.
I am sort of conflicted as to whether I want them to pass it or not. If they pass it, the powderkeg will be lit. The true costs of the bill will come out in the open, and the true decline in actual care will come out, the news that premiums will skyrocket, and states and lawyers will challenge it. It may not survive the challenges in court, and it may be repealed when people realize what a bill of goods it is.
However, if it is defeated, the 'rats and their compliant media can paint it as a defeat of something great, and the republicans are obstructionists, etc. I am starting to think the bill will be more soundly defeated in the long run if it passes.
Thank you for a good laugh. Do you REALLY think the Senate parlaimentarian will do anything to stop this? Or that Biden would back him up if he ruled the wrong way? I MUST get a case of what you've been drinking.