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megimoo
12-09-2009, 07:27 PM
Glenn Beck - Tree Of Revolution
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fukhVm7nSwQ&feature=sub

Big Guy
12-09-2009, 08:09 PM
Yep, I agree. I just got this off the SEIU site;

SEIU Blog
2:06 PM Eastern - December 9, 2009
U.S. Chamber & GOP leaders hold 11th hour press conference to scrap healthcare bill
By Christy Setzer & Kate Thomas
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and GOP leaders are using every trick in the book to kill healthcare reform. Politico reports that today, the Chamber and 70 business leaders from across the country joined Republican leaders in a press conference to call on Congress to scrap their current healthcare bill and start over.

"Now that we're on the verge of passing real reform that would crack down on insurance companies and improve access to Medicare for millions of Americans, the Chamber of Commerce and Republicans like Mitch McConnell are desperate to throw a monkey wrench into the system and kill the bill entirely," said SEIU Secretary-Treasurer Anna Burger. "This 11th hour effort to kill desperately-needed insurance reform must be stopped."

As far back as July, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has been calling on Congress to "hit the reset button" on healthcare reform. "I think starting over would be a good idea," he told CNN that month. Just last week, McConnell repeated his plea, calling on the Senate to support Sen. John McCain's (R-AZ) amendment to "start over from the beginning and craft a bill that they [the American people] can actually support..." Senator Jon Kyl (R-AZ) echoed McConnell's 'leadership,' telling Fox News that "nobody can blame Republicans for slowing this thing down."

Meanwhile, the Chamber of Commerce has spent $24 million in advertisements during the months of October and November alone to kill healthcare reform. Maybe these aren't surprising tactics coming from the same people who opposed paid sick leave for swine flu victims and actually offered to pay $50,000 to an economist who would create a study disparaging the healthcare bill. Nonetheless, as Anna Burger points out:

"When 44,000 people lose their healthcare coverage each week that reform is delayed, the time for games is up. We can't afford to give any more credence to these obstructionist opponents of reform."
The U.S. Chamber has a long, storied history of opposing critical programs for the American people--and it's time we put a stop to it. As much as the U.S. Chamber is in Congress every day, lobbying for its extremist positions to derail reform, we need to do the same.

http://www.seiu.org/2009/12/us-chamber-gop-leaders-hold-11th-hour-press-conference-to-scrap-healthcare-bill.php


These clowns just won't stop until they bankrupt the United States.

megimoo
12-10-2009, 03:14 AM
Yep, I agree. I just got this off the SEIU site;

SEIU Blog
2:06 PM Eastern - December 9, 2009
U.S. Chamber & GOP leaders hold 11th hour press conference to scrap healthcare bill
By Christy Setzer & Kate Thomas
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and GOP leaders are using every trick in the book to kill healthcare reform. Politico reports that today, the Chamber and 70 business leaders from across the country joined Republican leaders in a press conference to call on Congress to scrap their current healthcare bill and start over.

"Now that we're on the verge of passing real reform that would crack down on insurance companies and improve access to Medicare for millions of Americans, the Chamber of Commerce and Republicans like Mitch McConnell are desperate to throw a monkey wrench into the system and kill the bill entirely," said SEIU Secretary-Treasurer Anna Burger. "This 11th hour effort to kill desperately-needed insurance reform must be stopped."

As far back as July, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has been calling on Congress to "hit the reset button" on healthcare reform. "I think starting over would be a good idea," he told CNN that month. Just last week, McConnell repeated his plea, calling on the Senate to support Sen. John McCain's (R-AZ) amendment to "start over from the beginning and craft a bill that they [the American people] can actually support..." Senator Jon Kyl (R-AZ) echoed McConnell's 'leadership,' telling Fox News that "nobody can blame Republicans for slowing this thing down."

Meanwhile, the Chamber of Commerce has spent $24 million in advertisements during the months of October and November alone to kill healthcare reform. Maybe these aren't surprising tactics coming from the same people who opposed paid sick leave for swine flu victims and actually offered to pay $50,000 to an economist who would create a study disparaging the healthcare bill. Nonetheless, as Anna Burger points out:

"When 44,000 people lose their healthcare coverage each week that reform is delayed, the time for games is up. We can't afford to give any more credence to these obstructionist opponents of reform."
The U.S. Chamber has a long, storied history of opposing critical programs for the American people--and it's time we put a stop to it. As much as the U.S. Chamber is in Congress every day, lobbying for its extremist positions to derail reform, we need to do the same.

http://www.seiu.org/2009/12/us-chamber-gop-leaders-hold-11th-hour-press-conference-to-scrap-healthcare-bill.php


These clowns just won't stop until they bankrupt the United States.

That's the plan DONTCHAKNOW ?