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By Carole on Mar 27, 2010
Congress may be taking the next two weeks off for their Easter recess, but most who supported the hugely unpopular and obscenely expensive new law known as Obamacare will have plenty to do during their time off. Instead of the usual fundraising and campaign organizing, they will be trying to justify how they ignored their own constituents and helped the Obama machine enact a government takeover of health care.
By Carole on Mar 10, 2010
Questions are beginning to swirl around Tea Party Candidate Jon Scott Ashjian and his campaign for the senate seat currently held by Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nevada). Nevada Republicans are expressing concern that Mr. Ashjian was put in the race by agents of Senator Reid to steal votes from the GOP and improve the currently dim chances of a Reid re-election.
By Carole on Mar 5, 2010
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nevada) started the day the way he has for months; as one of the driving forces pushing the hugely unpopular and obscenely expensive Obamacare bill through the legislative process. Then he took a break to address the issue that the American people actually care about: jobs. That should have made his day a little brighter, right? Not exactly.
By Carole on Mar 2, 2010
Former Tennessee Congressman Harold Ford announced Monday evening that he will not challenge incumbent Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-New York) in the upcoming Democratic primary. Just six weeks ago, the former Tennessee Congressman was putting together his campaign team and warning top Democrats that he couldn't be bullied. Evidently he could be.
By Carole on Feb 24, 2010
Senate Republicans have a counter attack ready if, despite the president's allegedly bipartisan summit, Democrats try to pass Obamacare via mis-use of the reconciliation process. While that process requires only a simple majority to pass a bill and limits debate time, it does not limit the number or content of proposed amendments to a reconciliation bill and Republicans could offer hundreds of them, forcing Democrats to vote on each one.