Secret Plan to Pass ObamaCare

Dick Morris reported yesterday on a plan that works like this:

  1. The House would agree to pass the Senate version of ObamaCare and send it to the President’s desk for signature.
  2. The House and Senate would agree to subsequently approve some of the House’s amendments to the package — using the reconciliation process (which does not require 60 votes because it is not subject to filibuster).

This morning, The New York Times described the plan similarly.

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  1. Tom H. says:

    The bad guys are not giving up.

  2. Larry C. says:

    This is very worrisome.

  3. Ken says:

    They’ll pay for it in November. It will be a Massachusetts uprising all over the country.

  4. Joe S. says:

    The problem is, Republicans and moderate Democrats will not be able to repeal it anytime soon, because Obama will veto their effort.

  5. Larry C. says:

    It;s possible Obama is being deceptive (talking about a scaled back approach), hoping we will let our guard down.

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  7. Nancy says:

    I agree with the stealth idea. They will do anything — no matter how underhanded — to get this legislation passed.