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Some leaders have reservations about health care bill

There are 11 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Mar 21, 2010, titled Some leaders have reservations about health care bill. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

House Democratic leaders predicted Sunday the final tally on President Barack Obama's historic health care bill will meet or exceed the 216 votes required for passage.

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Your Future Is Dim

York, PA

#1 Mar 21, 2010
Should this farce of a bill somehow pass, Election Day 2010 will be a political bloodletting unlike any other that this nation has EVER seen. 2012 will signal the end of Obama's administration, and will hopefully usher in a new one that will be more RESPONSIBLE for, and LISTEN TO, the American people.

The best part of it is, the Democrats have done it to themselves, after years of b!tchin' and moanin' about how bad things were. It's worse than ever now, and the American people have no one to blame but them and THEIR President.
Dingo

Sacramento, CA

#2 Mar 21, 2010
And the sky will disappear tomorrow
And my pink unicorn will change color tomorrow.
Your Future Is Dim wrote:
Should this farce of a bill somehow pass, Election Day 2010 will be a political bloodletting unlike any other that this nation has EVER seen. 2012 will signal the end of Obama's administration, and will hopefully usher in a new one that will be more RESPONSIBLE for, and LISTEN TO, the American people.
The best part of it is, the Democrats have done it to themselves, after years of b!tchin' and moanin' about how bad things were. It's worse than ever now, and the American people have no one to blame but them and THEIR President.
Huh

York, PA

#3 Mar 21, 2010
Dingo wrote:
And the sky will disappear tomorrow
And my pink unicorn will change color tomorrow.
<quoted text>
Like anyone here gives a rat's ass about what some liberal d-bag from California has to say! Not only are you an idiot, you're NUTS.
Clue Phone

York, PA

#4 Mar 21, 2010
The sky is falling! The sky is falling!
Jim Fitzgerald

Red Lion, PA

#5 Mar 21, 2010
Wow, the liberal intellect is overwhelming.

Yet another reason NOT to vote for this piece of crap bill.
Joe

York, PA

#6 Mar 21, 2010
Huh wrote:
<quoted text>
Like anyone here gives a rat's ass about what some liberal d-bag from California has to say! Not only are you an idiot, you're NUTS.
Do you really think that anyone in another state is sitting reading the York Daily Record? And do you really think that everyone in California is liberal? You really are ignorant.
Jim Fitzgerald

Red Lion, PA

#7 Mar 21, 2010
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you really think that anyone in another state is sitting reading the York Daily Record? And do you really think that everyone in California is liberal? You really are ignorant.
No, you are ignorant. Dingo is from CA, and is clearly a liberal idiot.
Lighter

York, PA

#8 Mar 21, 2010
Thank God for this bill and praise him
for all us poor people
Tom

Etters, PA

#9 Mar 22, 2010
Lighter wrote:
Thank God for this bill and praise him
for all us poor people
You mean LAZY people. If you can't make it in this country, you can't make it anywhere. Now we are forced to take care of those who are too damn lazy to get up and help themselves. Welcome to your new welfare program. You Bum!
Jim Fitzgerald

Red Lion, PA

#10 Mar 22, 2010
Lighter wrote:
Thank God for this bill and praise him
for all us poor people
Yea!! Now we can all be poor!!

(except the politicians)
Worthlessberger SUCKS

York, PA

#11 Mar 22, 2010
Lighter wrote:
Thank God for this bill
Believe it or not, this bill really IS a blessing. It assures Americans that the Democratic controlled Congress will change hands again in November, thus preventing any further damage to our nation.

Ultimately though, it thankfully signals the END for yet another failed single-term President, Barack Hussein Obama, who will rank up there with other Democrat failures such as Jimmy Carter, Franklin Pierce, James Buchanan, along with the ever unscrupulous Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton, who earned the ignominious distinction of being the only two Presidents in U.S. history to be impeached.

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