Does this debacle of a health care plan leave you a little disappointed in the democrats ?

Anything is better than Bush but this "at least it's a win" BS is just BS. I say Howard Dean was right on the money and wonder how others that voted for Obama feel about it ? I still feel good about Obama but I think he needs to make Pelosi and Lieberman come correct . Bad Elephant! Sit girl! Stay...I strongly disagree. Bad Elephant! Sit girl! Stay...about them doing what I voted for them for

Asked By: O'Really - 12/16/2009
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I am beyond disappointed... More
Answered By: Vicki - 12/16/2009
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All I can say about Obama is that he is a sellout.....Just like Bush sold us out, Obama is doing the same. Do you see a pattern here? I hope you have the intellectual honesty to admit it, like I had too.
Answered By: angela - 12/16/2009
No, the MAJORITY of Americans elected them (by a RESOUNDING margin), and they are doing EXACTLY what WE asked them.
Answered By: Bad Elephant! Sit girl! Stay! - 12/16/2009
I am conservative and I am glad that the Obama health care plan is not getting passed. The basis of the bill is based on higher taxes for United States citizens and removing peoples right to choose if they want health care or not. America has the worlds best health care as it is and people are coming FROM places where... More
Answered By: Daniel - 12/16/2009
They should have scuttled it when they couldn't come up with a public option. Health care reform in the US should begin with a study of health care in other countries, then an honest effort could be made to create something better and more cost efficient here. It's not something you can throw together in a year, and... More
Answered By: David H - 12/16/2009
The left has become a bunch of creepy, manipulative bullies. They ask that Lieberman's wife be relieved of her chairmanship of a cancer foundation and they threatened the Senator from NE that they would close the military base there if he didn't vote for this bill. Its my guess that half the pork in the Omnibus... More
Answered By: BekindtoAnimals22 - 12/16/2009
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