When Did Dems Hate Reconciliation? When Bush was Prez, of Course
Senate Democratic Majority leader Harry Reid is spitting more of his venom at the Republicans saying that they should “stop crying” about the Democrats desire to use the “nuclear option” — a process called reconciliation — to pass Obamacare despite that most Americans are against the bill. Reid says that reconciliation is common and that his Party is in control and should be allowed to do whatever it wants.
The thing is, though, Harry Reid was one of the loudest voices against this practice when Bush was in the White House. He and his fellow hypocrites… er, I mean Democrats… made speech after speech denouncing the Republicans as destroying our democracy when THEY wanted to use the process to pass what they wanted passed.
Democrats are hypocrites. Period.
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Sticker shock (USA Today) More than half of the counties in 34 states using the federal health insurance exchange lack
He’s pretty casual in throwing out the supposed enrollment figure, though strangely unable to provide the risk pool mixes (Washington