Congressmen And Senators Who Voted For Obamacare

Obamacare.  Just another debacle the Democrats were proud to force upon America. 

Now they must pay for it in the mid term elections.  Even though many are disavowing and distancing themselves from it.  Afraid to pay the price. 

Remember those who supported it on November 2, 2010 at the ballot box.

House Roll Call Votes on  H.R. 3962 (Affordable Health Care for America Act).

Senate Roll Call Votes on H.R. 3590 (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ).


“Obamacare caduceus screw.”
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3 responses to “Congressmen And Senators Who Voted For Obamacare

  1. The votes in favor of all that crap were all pretty much Democrats.

    The votes against all that crap were all pretty much Republicans.

    Expect the same type of party line votes to occur when the great debate to repeal all that crap comes to a head.

    Of course, lost in all that crap is the fact that we shouldn’t have been wasting our time even pondering any of that crap in the first place. But distractions of these magnitudes do tend to be tossed around all the dadgum time. And meanwhile the politicians lie and steal like always. And all the crap they waste our time with could probably be solved by, say, just letting people work out their own dadgum health care issues instead of waiting for the guvment to do it for them.

    We are the guvment, but we ain’t no more because most of us like to be deceived by distractions like this health care fiasco. And seriously, honestly, truly, when you get right down to the bottom line on this thing, the lobbyists in DC will always be there, included prominently among them the health care “industry”, including insurance companies. And no matter who is “in power”, money talks and b.s. walks. And the two “parties” are all sucking from the same giant baboon’s tit.

    Pardon my French.

  2. We are being swamped with political ads reminding everybody which way sestak and dahlkmper voted. And for those who do not watch tv or listen to the radio- well I make damn sure they know.

  3. UB, agree with your many fine and excellent points. Obamacare as it stands now is a huge problem on so many different levels. It may be a distraction from larger issues, but when the gov gets in between you and your doctor, and dictates how your health care wil be managed (by limiting options via dictating what it will pay as the government payor directly, or indirectly through insurance co’s who generally follow gov fee schedules), then it becomes personal. Yes, lobbyists will always be guns for hire for whosever interests spark the greatest commission, but they can also be helpful to reverse the course of destructive political agendas. That is assuming there is a genuine motive for trying to improve circumstances for the greater good.

    As for wasting time on pushing this debacle along while the powers that be should have been focusing on more important things like the financial meltdown and its roots, we have only an egotistical self-centered community organizer-in-chief to thank, for his insatiable goal of making an indelible mark in history. He did alright, and America will be paying for it for allowing to let the bigger problems get out of hand, while distracting us with Obamacare and its attendant personal assault on our health care. When every American gets the negative effect of Obamacare personally, should the wrath that follows reach out to every Democrat politician who supported it.

    Ack! Rant…