She will never have a chance. She might beat BHO in the primaries, but she will never beat the Republican. BHO has set back socialism in this country by 20 years. All the bills that he has signed will be repealed. The country wants that to happen.
We might see this happen with BHO in office. You only need 2/3 vote to overturn a veto, and there are enough congressmen incumbants that voted for it being kicked out of office. Only need 1/3 to change their mind. Not very difficult.[/quote]
Right. We just need one third of the house of representatives to change their mind about a controversial but landmark legislation. Not very difficult.[/quote]
Are you using sarcasim? if you are I will use my logic any way. As of right now we are at basically 50%. We need to get to 66%. The pundents are talking about the Republicans taking back the house. That is 10% of the 16%, and that is only if the Republicans get one seat over 50%. I think they will get more than that. Only 6% to go. There are a lot of Democrats loosing in the primaries on this one issue. Even if the district stays Democrat it will be replaced with a Democrat that wants to repeal the law. I think the 6% will be easy to get. The Democrats are turning against Obama, and the citizens of this country want that Bill repealed. We might be very surprised come Novemeber.
Yes, that was sarcasim.
The republicans may take back the house, but it’ll still be an uphill battle to straight-out repeal the bill. The new generation of democrats may say they wouldn’t have voted for it, but that doesn’t mean they’ll vote to repeal it. America has a poor history of removing entitlement programs.[/quote]
I would love to see a bill like this get repealed. To me it will show that the system does work correctly.[/quote]
I guess there would even be a third option of a new reform bill that overwrites the current law.[/quote]
I dont think Obama would sign a bill that overwrites or deminishes the Bill that he Loves so much.[/quote]
If there’s enough concerted political power to get the original bill repealed, I don’t see congress having any significant problem ramming a replacement through the white-house without Obama’s signature.
That is a hyooge ‘if’, though.