Sunday, March 21, 2010
Wobbly from House, Health Care Bill Fuzzy in Senate
While it is likely that the Democrats in the House will see a narrow majority on the “deem pass” Senate Health Care bill and the second vote on “related fixes” on Sunday, the US Senate is another story. And if any part of the fragile coalition of nervous Democrat legislators (liberal, moderate or socialist) sees the reality that the American people to do not support the messy, costly and socialistic Health Care bill, their votes may be peeled off as political reality sets it. The US Senate is a labyrinth of tradition, rules and parliamentary procedures that mystifies most people outside the upper chamber.
From ABC News….Z. Byron Wolf reporting 3.21.2010
Meanwhile, the US taxpayer should be very nervous that instead a supposed cost savings, the Democrats are still pushing Health Care insurance legislative that bends the cost curve up (higher costs, more taxes, less quality health care). In response to Republican leaders, the Chief Actuary for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) notified them as follows:
Source: Republican US Senate web http://republican.senate.gov “Leader Board”