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DNC Chairman Blasts GOP Senator Over PBS Interview

October 7, 2010 by  

DNC Chairman blasts GOP Senator over PBS interviewExpecting a victory in the November midterm elections, Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas) has outlined which legislation the GOP would seek to repeal during the 112th Congress. In the process, he drew ire from some prominent Democrats. 

In an interview on PBS Newshour, Cornyn — who also serves as the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee — said that if his party regains the majority, it will "pretty quickly" move to overturn key pieces of legislation supported by President Barack Obama, such as the healthcare reform and financial regulatory bill.

He did admit, however, that due to Obama's veto power any repeal would be unlikely to become law.

Nevertheless, Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine pointed out that Cornyn was not the first Republican to advocate a similar course of action, and suggested that it shows the GOP is "out of touch with middle-class Americans' concerns."

"Senator Cornyn and Republicans might act like they're promising change, but really they're just promising more of the same policies that failed so miserably and put us on the brink of a second Great Depression," he concluded. 

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  • s c

    Who gives a flick what Kaine thinks? You’d think the opposition committed a crime by daring to be sorely offended by Obummer’s criminal administration. Get over it, Kaine.
    Kaine has all the credibility of Air America and Al Franken. Until he can be more entertaining than a one-trick pony, he might as well get himself a real job and a bunch of new friends who aren’t part of Obummer’s corrupt regime.

    • http://PersonalLibertyDigest Randy 131

      He talks about being on the brink of another Great Depression, if Obamacare isn’t repealed and the lame duck Congress passes Cap and Trade in retaliation for not getting re-elected, he will see that next Great Depression first hand by 2012, all because of 4 years of Obama’s and the Democrats’ policies, which won’t be able to be repealed because of Obama’s veto power. By then the economy may have collapsed and the country will be in chaos and Obama certainly has the audacity to execute Marshall Law and cancel the Presidential elections. And you think we have it bad now, just wait and see if the Democrats come to their senses and remove the socialistic communists running the country today and will still be in power then. They can remove Obama by just requiring him to show the long form Birth Certificate that he claims he has but can’t produce.

      • http://ahalbert@smart-technology.net Allan Halbert

        But the Democrats won’t come to their senses. They are the kamikaze pilots of 2010.

        • http://naver samurai

          At least the kamikazi pilots did their job due to a certain standard and belief. The lib cowards and traitors have no real beliefs, other than their “messiah” Obama bin Laden. FOR GOD AND COUNTRY!

          • Mike In MI

            Sammy – yah, but…
            We need to continue continueing in the expectation of a great and overwhelming overturn of voting members who can and will clamor for and prevail in the ousting of the whole Obumbbler parasite infestation in the bowels of America. This has got to happen FIRST thing; then find out where the FDR-retread Biden-my-tongue is vulnerable to dispense with him. Then, if the Conservative forces win in the House, the Speaker-of-the-House will be next in line of ascendancy. We would have a Conservative PRESIDENT. It ain’t an impossibility cause does old Biden-my-time look like a real healthy hunk of warm jello to you?
            Then, if we take a few hot coals out of the fire and hold them to Congress’ feet…IT’S TIME TO REFORM AMERICA!!!

          • http://naver samurai

            I agree with you Mike in MI! Good post and keep them coming. I was trying to compare the libs with the kamikaze pilots. Maybe it wasn’t a good analogy, but I’ll try a different one next time. Let’s keep up the good fight, fellow patriot! FOR GOD AND COUNTRY!

  • dan az

    Untill they say that they are going after obumer for treason then it really dosent matter to anyone that can put two and two together!Talk and no action is the norm!

  • JeffH

    “Nevertheless, Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine pointed out that Cornyn was not the first Republican to advocate a similar course of action, and suggested that it shows the GOP is “out of touch with middle-class Americans’ concerns.”

    Who in the Democratic Socialist Party is in touch with middle-class Americans? Hell, all of DC hasn’t a clue who or what the middle class is. It’s getting real bad when the Democrats can make the Republicans look smart…C’mon Nov 2nd.

    • TIME

      Jeff, We all know the sheepees will do nothing but rant and act mad, thats all they have the ability to do.
      Saddly its over and even if 75% of the Americans came out to vote and even voted for the right person. The way its been allowed to be rigged for years it will make no differance. Thats sad.

      Well sheepees the camps are ready and you were tagged years ago, so get ready.

      • Robin from Arcadia, IN

        Time… Please don’t throw in the towel yet… I think we can take our country back and I know I am not alone with this thought. It may take years to undo what has been done in the last two years, but it can happen. There is a great revival going on. People who have never been concerned about politics or had a desire to learn about candidates are now waking up. It’s not too late! Remember in November!

        • BrotherPatriot

          Obviously you are not alone, Robin…I was posting the same info as you…you just hit the enter key 2 min before me. (wink)

          Have faith TIME & the rest of you…the way is dark ahead…but we have a bright light with us…the light of AMERICA!

          • http://naver samurai

            I 100% agree with you, fellow patriot! We can’t stop or pull back now. We still have way too much to lose. I love this country, but hate the direction it has been going. I and my wife are voting next month and we want to get back to the ways of this country’s founding fathers. Basing everything on God, the Constitution, and our founding principles. Remember, have every patriot go out and vote and get others to not sit at home, but go out and vote. A God fearing American patriot would want to do their patriotic duty by voting for our leaders. My wife and I are praying for some real “change” for this country. FOR GOD AND COUNTRY!

          • Mike In MI

            RIGHT-O, SAM – But,, “…way too much to lose”???

            OH-H-H, SO MUCH TO GAIN. Get your eyes UP, UP, UP!
            It’s like Glenn Beck says, “I’m no so arrogant as to think God’s done with you, yet, America!!!” Come on you guys. Look where we were 4 – 5 months ago.
            If you think things smell like poop, maybe your head’s in the wrong place.

          • http://naver samurai

            Good post Mike in MI. I guess that being a soldier for 20 years I still think like one. You are right about much to gain. I can’t wait till the dawns light comes. The dawning of a new age in this country. One where we kick out Obama bin Laden, his cronies, and all these cowards and traitors we have in office now. Some polls are predicting that the GOP will control the House and Senate after the November elections, but I’ll have to wait and see. My wife is also wanting this. This is her first time ever being able to vote and she is excited about the prospect of bringing some real “CHANGE” to America. Keep up the good fight, fellow patriot! FOR GOD AND COUNTRY!

      • BrotherPatriot

        Here I’ll have to dissagree with you, my friend TIME (and I believe in your inner heart you hope I’m right).

        As a Veteran and a strong advocate of America…my cup is 1/2 full. I still have faith in the American people (zero faith in the government as is) and the sleeping giant (us) is stirring. We are going to begin unraveling the damage (as Michele Bachmann stated) that has been done to us. It will take time…but the baby steps will begin once we replace the degenerates who have held majority for so long.

        I love America… We are waking up to the truth…expose the criminals, the money trail, the one sided media, etc, etc, etc…and we can pull this out if we unite under God and resort back to some common sense.

        • eddie47d

          Michelle Bachman said that once elected,”she would take one long weekend in congress and abolish social security”. “If we can’t do away with social security then there will be a means testing and only the truly “needy” will get their money”.

          Michelle Bachman has said, once she is elected “she will take one long weekend in congress and have Social Security abolished”and then we will be done with it. and”If we can’t do away with it there will be a means testing and only the truly “needy” will get their money”. I doubt if the majority of Americans will go along with that.Take away money they worked long and hard for is hardly Republican common sense. Sounds like she wants more folks to go on public assistance;so that “needy” list will only grow. This one Tea Party candidate in my state wants to tax bread and milk and at 23%. Not much logic in the political sphere.

          • Jim H.

            eddie, What is “this one Tea Party” candidates name that wants to tax bread and milk at 23%. What was your source of information to find that out?

          • JeffH

            eddie47d, I’d like to know where your 23% comment originated also.

            Michele Bachmann called for a “reorganization” of entitlements where people “already in the system” would continue to receive benefits, but “everybody else” would be weaned off:
            BACHMANN: Is the country too big to fail? No, the country can fail. We can, we’re not invincible. And we’re so close now to being at that point because the thing is, as Glenn Beck said last night, it is true. The $107 trillion that he put on the board. We’re $14 trillion in debt, but that doesn’t include the unfunded massive liabilities. That’s $107 trillion, and that’s for Social Security and Medicare and all the rest. You add up all those unfunded net liabilities, and all the traps that could go wrong we’re on the hook for, and what it means is what we have to do is a reorganization of all of that, Social Security and all. We have to do it simply because we can’t let the contract remain as they are because the older people are going to lose. So, what you have to do, is keep faith with the people that are already in the system, that don’t have any other options, we have to keep faith with them. But basically what we have to do is wean everybody else off. And wean everybody off because we have to take those unfunded net liabilities off our bank sheet, we can’t do it. So we just have to be straight with people.

          • 45caliber

            Odd. All the Tea Party members I know want to reduce taxes, not raise them.

          • eddie47d

            Jim H. I know you’re dying of curiosity about this Senatorial candidate but I’m not talking. Although I’m not a big fan of the person he is running against I won’t give credence to either one of them. The 23% is true but I should not have brought it up without his name.

          • Jim H.

            eddie, I’m disappointed in you. I expected a better “cop out” answer than that.

          • http://ahalbert@smart-technology.net Allan Halbert

            Eddie-

            Progressives are about to get hit hard in the mouth by reality. Rather than quibbling with conservatives right up to the election, it would seem prudent for progressives to figure out how they will function mentally after Nov. 2. There’s a choice…keep saying conservatives and tea partyers are racist, evil, and stupid, or realize that is basically not the case, and they just don’t agree with progressive policies. The first time I hear a prominent progressive admit that half the country is not racist, evil, and stupid, and that there is a disagreement in principle, I will know that the progressive agenda has a better chance of succeeding, and the real battle has begun. All I hear from progressives at this point is “we need to keep screaming the same things that are not working, only louder and more often”. Good luck.

          • http://naver samurai

            Cite your source! Cite your source!

        • TIME

          BP,
          In my heart I hope your right. But I guess now after 30 years of watching the slow take over and talking with people about what it really means I am at my ropes end.
          I spent the better part of last week in Alanta walking around talking with people just to get a feel of what they think and why.
          I am without words at this point.
          I met some of the most stupid people I have ever seen in my whole life, keep in mind I am now 60 so I have met a lot of people.

          • dan az

            Time
            pretty scary huh.I stopped talking to allot of them because of High blood pressure and that I might go to jail.

          • Mike In MI

            Come on, TIME -
            There are two great things about us “old” farts in our 60′s. 1.) We remember freedom and what it was like to be able to breathe; 2.) Some of us have taken care of ourselves and believd God to keep us singingly healthy – so, the numbnuts are going to have to deal with a formidable force for a long time. YOU know the ropes and count for a whole lot more than “one”.
            I know one thing for sure. This “old fart” is going to be around puttin’ up a big stink for a long-ng-ng time. So, get your dauber up, buddy, ’cause one man up, with light in his eyes…
            M-M-MULTIPLIES…ultipl…ULTIPLIES.

          • Mike In MI

            Hey TIME -
            I just thought about something:
            How many of those stupenaggles you ran into do you think can even read the words
            “POLLING”…”PLACE”?

      • Fast Freddy

        75% of eligible voters voting may not be enough to oust the low-lifes in power now, until we get rid of corrupt groups like ACORN and other “community organizers” our elections don’t have much chance of being honest. Heck, there has been some reports where 115% of registered voters in democratic strongholds showed up to vote in the 2008 elections. Down in Texas they just busted a guy who cast 15 votes for the democrats in 08.

        • 45caliber

          Right. We have one county here in Texas that has about 150% voting at any election. They always have more voters than they do people in the county. Luckily they only have about 150 people in the county.

      • JC

        180 million armed sheeple, is a sheeple to be reckoned with.
        All it will take Time, is the right act of government aggression against an American community…then watch the fireworks start…

      • http://naver samurai

        Remember fellow patriot: “It’s always darkest before dawn.” It seems very dark now, but with November will come the dawning of a new age in this great country. The light of that dawn will overpower and push back the darkness, revealing a great new America. An America where people can live with the freedoms given to us by God, not having to worry about some lib cowards and traitors taking them from us. Time, I have read many of your posts and it is an honor to stand next to you, fighting for this country. Keep up the good fight, fellow patriot! FOR GOD AND COUNTRY!

    • http://ahalbert@smart-technology.net Allan Halbert

      Jeff-

      I’m convinced that for all their talk about being better educated, liberals are not very smart. Everything they are doing is not working, so they are “doubling down” on it. How incredibly stupid. I think the progressive agenda has gotten as far as it has because of apathy and deception. We’re watching now, and I’m very encouraged. We are going to set fabian socialism back for many years.

  • J.M.R.

    i vote for the removal of the 112

  • J.L.

    That’s why the conservative candidates have to ALL be elected. I read an article yesterday that stated that one of the biggest thieves in Congress, Charlie Rangle, stands a good chance of getting re-elected this November. What kind of empty-headed, idiot constituents live in that crook’s district? Like Merl Haggard sang in “The Okie From Muskogee”; “if you don’t love it, leave it” and “they take our milk and honey but complain about the way we’re living.” That would be the progressives and their “go commie” way of life and wanting us to be under communist rule! Bullshit!

    • http://ajb221@cox.net AJB OKIE

      If we get just the house we cannot fund health care so demmies would be out of luck

    • Fast Freddy

      Unfortunately, in some areas even creeps like Hugo Chavez or that little runt from Iran could be elected if they ran as democrats. How does a corrupt fruit-cake like Barney Franks find people to elect him? How did Barney also get the job as chairman of the banking commitee when it is well known that he and his “significant other” ripped off Fannie Mae for millions? Rangel will probably get re-elected, even though his next term should be served in prison and NOT in congress.

      • 45caliber

        But Congressmen are special. Particularly if they are Democrat too. They should NEVER be held accountable just because they broke a few laws.

      • Mike In MI

        Hey, FF -
        Where BAWNEY PHWANQUE comezth fwum, he’zth the qweem a the qwop.
        That’s how he get elected with the reverb on high.

  • http://gmail i41

    Greasy Rangel is just another upstanding member of the democrat marxist party leadership. This countries citizens don’t seem to pay attention. Even the turbo tax Geithner that was appointed to over see the Treasury was are cheat. Just a pal of the party from Wall Street.

    • 45caliber

      They put off his trial until after the election so he could be elected one more time. And the trial will be a white wash.

  • 45caliber

    The really sad thing, I believe, is that the DNC actually BELIEVES that what the Dems did is supported by most middle class Americans. They simply cannot understand that we cannot afford this things now and that we don’t want to pay for them. So every poll that shows that we don’t want them MUST be faked, in their view.

    There is an old saying, “You can take a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink.” A corallary might be “You can give a progressive facts but you can’t make him think.”

  • alpha-lemming

    I’d like to remind the group…. I can’t remember exactly which law it was, I’m pretty sure it was Obamacare, but the Neo-coms tried to slip in a “forever clause” stating “No future Congress could ever undo what was enacted here”. Class war (racism), fear, and lies are the only bullets remaining in the progressive debate-gun because FACTS and RESULTS have damned all their theories.

    • 45caliber

      That is correct. But I would believe that clause to be useless if the American people decided otherwise.

  • Jim H.

    Tin Kaine says the GOP is out of touch with with middle class American concerns? When it comes to middle class America, the DNC wouldn’t recognize reality if it came up and introduced itself.(Reality- an illusion brought on by a kool-aid deficiency) Why all the talk about the middle class, aren’t all the classes supposed to be represented?

    • 45caliber

      The Dems remember the middle class at two times:

      1) they are remembered just before an election when the Dems (lie) say that they represent them.

      2) they are remembered every time the Dems come up with the idea of a new tax.

    • Mike In MI

      Jim H. – Well…doncha kno’, they are…

      The representation is like an Oblama-lama-ding-dong townhall meeting. They’re there only if they get invited or they gave a big enough kickback of the Stimuslush Fudge Funds. You paid for it. Be happy for them – you don’t have to mingle with them and get all that fudge all over yourself.

  • barbmiller

    cornyn is my senator, and i will NOT vote for him next time. too little, too late. he’s bought and paid for. he said, before the stimulus was passed, that 99% of his constituents didn’t want it, yet he voted for it anyway. he may hear us now, but after he gets reelected, he’ll be deaf again. we have to fire them all and start over.

    • 45caliber

      Just not with someone who is worse, please.

  • Fast Freddy

    eddie, where and when did Michelle Bachman say that she would abolish social security? I don’t believe it, sounds to me like the same old gibberish that the dems have used to scare our seniors at elections in the past.

    • Mike In MI

      Fast Fred -
      Remember who you’re asking the question of. It’s eddie47d; so it’s likely a recollection from one of his more vivid nocturnal emmissions. Stay clear and for goodness sake don’t step in it.

  • Jim

    To the Congress and Senate: What has happened to the Democrat Party? They use to be a caring group of Representatives, But as time has gone by they have changed in to some other Class of Representative, They now Represent the Richest of the Rich, keeping the poor, poor and now working against the Middle-Class, pitting Americans one against the other. This Right against the Left is no different then Street gangs that own NOTHING. Claiming that they have the right to do what ever to whom ever they wish at any time. They have come to believe that the people are to stupid or un-involved to keep an eye on them, and when one person speaks up they try to make it look like they are the victim. WELL THAT CRAP IS OVER! WE ARE SPEAKING OUT AND ON NOVEMBER YOU WILL HEAR US! The Congress and Senate must understand they are their by the will of the People, and they will be removed by the will of the people. Americans are very slow to Anger, but once they (the Americans) have had enough, CHANGE is Imminent, because “WE THE PEOPLE THE AMERICAN’S HAVE HAD ENOUGH!” WE ARE ANGRY AND WE ARE GOING TO CHANGE THE WAY CONGRESS AND THE SENATE DOES BUSINESS! IF THE GROUP THAT IS ELECTED ON NOVEMBER 2, 2010 DOES NOT REPRESENT THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE THEN THEY WILL BE REMOVED ALSO!

  • Earl, QUEENS, NY

    Of course Cornyn is right. It’s not just health care, or Obummer-care. We should repeal the Endangered Species Act. Likewise, eliminate the EPA, and repeal all the ridiculous laws and regulations imposed on us by the EPA which has hindered our economy, destroyed jobs and liberty, while doing nothing to clean the air or water. Or simply put – just say “NO” to the flat-earth no-growth leftwing environmentalist wackos. Of course, we know it’s also true that BH Oblunder will veto any bills to repeal these ridiculous laws as he governs against the will of the majority of Americans. Hopefully there will be a conservative victory this November. The next step will be to take back the White House in 2012. Hopefully Americans will wise up in November 2012 and make 1/20/2013 the end of an error!!

    • 45caliber

      I agree with you.

  • Ben

    Kaine is the one who is out of touch, along with most other Demos. The middle class just happens to be the T party movement. With over 60 percent of the public saying NO to Obama, care where in the heck is Kaine getting his infomation. I used to be a Democrat util I grew up.

    • Warrior

      That bozo could be howard deans brother.

  • Warrior

    I ran across this video from 2 years ago. It still speaks volumes about our current plight.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4qyNiueqKY&feature=related

    • http://none Mike

      Just watched the video for the first time. Kinda incredibale that Obama isnt behind bars along withe the rest of his cronies. If we the poeple had been involved with something like that they would lable us as mobsters and prosicute us under organized crime laws. This has gone on forever and people who objected to it have been either silanced or paid off to keep it under wraps. I was involved with the construction industry years ago though and could see this comming after about the year 2000 you couldent find a house that wasent listed at 100k + by 2005 that had risen to 200k 2007 most houses being built in the area I live in were then listing for 300to 500k and up. What happend to the affordable family first home it went out the window in 1999. But I think this may just be the tip of the iceburge if you ask me I think many people are now going to find out all that paper they invested in is just that paper. Artifically inflated right along with the rest of prices.It stops when we quit printing money at an incredable rate and try to get back to some standerd for our currancy. I dont belive that we have the gold reserves to back whats allready been printed yet the fed just says more more more and as fast as the fed can print it the dems and rupubicats that follow their lead say spend spend spend. One day soon CHINA is going to say ok the bill is due.What then?
      Yours Truly Mike

  • 45caliber

    And the Democrat is saying, “We finally managed to sneak through the legislation we wanted even though the Americans don’t want it. It isn’t FAIR that the GOP would want to repeal it!!!”

  • E

    Take note, Coryn, take up the banner of privacy along with the fiscal restraint and smaller government because that is what all free people want, is to continue to be free. To quote another article in this issue on (watchdog group challenges google to debate its privacy policy). Thanks, Bob
    “Among the biggest concerns are issues such as tracking people’s Internet activity, including sites visited and purchases made online. As such, CW hopes its campaign will attract support for “Do Not Track Me” legislation to protect online consumers.
    It also sponsored a national poll which showed that 86 percent of Americans are in favor of privacy protections that would require Internet providers to offer an option for consumers to choose to make their online activities anonymous. ”
    http://www.personalliberty.com/news/watchdog-group-challenges-google-to-debate-its-privacy-policy-2-800095737/?eiid=&rmid=2010_10_07_PLA&rrid=238457237

    • E

      The Patriot Act at its most dangerous is what we are seeing now. Privacy must be protected by more than just legislation, I suggest a constitutional amendment. The support is there, and the Tea Party would hopefully be on board, because what is more dangerous than a loss of privacy to the government or other powerful entity?

      • E

        The GOP is out of touch, as shown by the tea party unseating their ‘golden boys’ and other elites. They have been out of touch for decades, and I knew this, regardless of my support for them as the lesser of evils. There are alternatives, now, finally, in what may be such a late hour.

  • http://gmail i41

    Earl in Queens, democrats are always creating wonk agencies, so the Congress smucks can claim there is nothing that the Congress can do, when the appointed idoits over step bounderiesand screw up. Getting ride of all the agencies would be a great start. The EPA should be fined for their meddling in areas, that the government idoits have not a clue, what they are implementing. Get rid of the Interior Department, since it has done nothing, but create feel good crap, land use programs. Government owned land is a f–king joke as for management, they cry there isn’t enough employees to prperly care for all of the government owned land. Well the average government desk jockey/ paper shuffler for any agency, gets paided over twice the wage, a private business can pay. The BLM staff is loaded with dinks who never did a damn thing in life but go to school, hike, and never worked livestock or even built a trail, in short just another overeducated, overpaid s–t bird. If you look at the forest foul ups,pine bettle infestations, with fires and massive loss of timber and private property. To even put in a fence or repair a water barrier, it will take 2 years and have to go to the beltway pukes to be approved. Case in point, on BLM grazing areas a 3 post, 3 sided plank, barrier around a tank was set up using only 2 planks on the 3 sides, To make the barrier 2 foot higher and use 3 planks so livestock couldn’t rub their necks on it, took an envior study,, benefit assesement, benefit to grazing area, a compeleted 10 page form, and then it was sent to Washington to be checked for fical needs and feisablity study, when hearing were help and finally it is approved, then next it, was included in next years budget, so wait several more months for funds to come out. Total cost for the job, $142.00 for material, $58.00 labor and transportation. That would have total cost if the problem would have been taken care of that day it was noticed. 2 years later, costs went up for the dirt work to fill mud hole that was caused by water control of spout breakage by barrier allowing cows to rub on and walk on plastic fittings, $1680.00-for equip contractor, which took time for the bid process, to bring in dirt euipment and a conpactor, $650.00-filling dirt hauled in, cann’t dig on federal lands, so material must be hauled in, Concrete to anchor postes because posts are in fill dirt, not conpacted virgin material, cost 62.00-for dry sackeded premix. Material costs with price increase over 2 years $337.00 which includes new water controls. Labor cost-690.00 Total cost-$3419.00. A waste of money $3419-$200= $3419.00. Centeralized power is a great money waster, which the dumbocrats love. and cann’t manage a worm farm. That is why all governemnt owned property and government managed systems of anytype. Take just Medicare whick loses a 1/3 of funds to fraud and waste. When the permitee asked if he could do the repair with his own labor if the bill could take off the $142.00 as the end of the season, it was denied. This not include the money wasted in all the studies and travel expenses and pay roll costs. So if any one from the National Marxist Democrat Communist Party wants to discuss the govern waste in own property, and why it is wrong to have agency idoits creating regulations and enforcing them , step right up!

  • http://www.facebook.com Magee,Robert H.O.

    Senator Cornarny is not being realistic of what the GOP intends to do on winning elections in November. First he knows already President Obama has the veto power.

    Second who says Democrats will not be a No party just as the GOP which will fillbaster repeal law; besides if the President has the veto power how do Republicans intend to untoggle those arrangements.

    Compromise is needed to move issues a head and that is where the tricky is. The point is a head we know there will be Democratic minority who may be willing to do just the same thing the GOP did during the last senssion.

    Either way WE are prepared for another cycle of failure in Washington DC. To get 2/3 majority to repeal and defeat the Presidents Veto power is better said than done.

    Unless GOP intends to include public option to get votes from demcras they have no way of repealing health care bill.Gop repeal may never become law.

  • Mary

    I think I read something about “over-riding a veto.” Is this still legal in America?

    • Mike In MI

      Mary -
      Yes, an over-ride of a presidential veto still requires a 66% majority in both houses though. So, what we need to believe for is in my post to samurai up by the top.

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