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House to Vote on Repeal of Obamacare

The House will vote on whether to fully repeal Obamacare, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) tweeted today.

Cantor for the moment appears to be abandoning a strategy of going after portions of Obamacare. Cantor withdrew a bill a couple of weeks ago that would have provided funding for a section of the Obamacare bill by taking funds from another part of it.

Conservatives didn’t like that the bill, which Cantor helped create, would fund a portion of Obamacare – albeit one that backed a strategy supported by some conservatives – while Democrats viewed it as a backdoor effort to harm Obamacare by defunding another portion of the law.

7 Responses to House to Vote on Repeal of Obamacare

  1. If every member of Congress had true concern for the people, the economy, and the future of America, Obamacare would be repealed with a unanimous vote.

    • Except that we all that they don’t, and it won’t. Party-line votes in both chambers. It won’t even survive the Senate.

  2. The “US Congress”;
    “US House of Representative” = 435 IDIOTS, MORONS & RETARDS.
    “US Senate” = 100 IDIOTS, LOSERS & SELL-OUTS.

  3. That’s ok. The Senate will not vote to repeal it or not vote at all so it will still be a major issue for 2014.

    • Julie,

      This is a stupid vote. OBviously with the Senate and Obama in charge this bill goes no where.
      It is a political vote and wasted effort.

      There is no bravery on a vote where the outcome is already known.

      Cantor is a waste. Instead, DEFUND it.