Mar 102010

Hey, you want to know what happens next?  How about the House “deeming” the health care bill passed without ever voting on it?  Read that again, to make sure you’ve got it.

House Rules Chairwoman Louise Slaughter is weighing preparing a rule that would consider the Senate bill passed once the House approves a corrections bill that would make changes to the Senate version.  Read this post to The Corner, and then this one.

Now, never mind that House rules are supposed to set term for debate, not policy.

(Add that to your “never mind that Senate reconciliation is supposed to apply to budgetary matters, not policy.”)

Here it comes, ladies and gentlemen—Obamacare shoved right up your ass, without a drop of K-Y (or any of that pesky voting stuff).

The Democrats are about to pass “health care reform” without voting on it.

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  2 Responses to “Passing Obamacare without another House vote? It could happen”

  1. Wow. November can’t get here soon enough.

  2. I think I read today (it’s hard to track all of this tortured arcana the Democrats are shuffling around desperately trying to thwart the will of a substantial majority of Americans, not to mention the Constitution) that the House is going to have to pass the exact bill the Senate passed before anything else can happen, and that won’t happen.

    So that was a potentially big development. (Until the Democrats locate some other nasty little alley of parliamentary nonsense, I suppose.)

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