Thursday, July 22, 2010

Obamacare could be repealed before election


What the Liberal Media Aren't Telling You About Obama's Healthcare Plans

Check Here For More Signatures To The Discharge Petition To Repeal Obamacare Latest Information

Obamacare could be repealed before election

A plan that would enable members of the U.S. House of Representatives to repeal Obamacare – whether health care takeover advocate House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants it or not – is continuing to gain momentum.

In just the last few days, more names have been added to the discharge petition sponsored by U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa.

King told WND today the entire GOP leadership team in the House is on board, as well as the full delegations from California and Texas. He's working on obtaining the last few GOP signatures before turning his attention to the Democrats.

All of the GOP representatives and 34 Democrats opposed Obamacare when it was passed on a narrow 219-212 vote earlier this year. King said 212 representatives, at least, should be in favor of overturning it, since they opposed it before.

Then it will be up to the four, five or six Democrat votes that would be needed to turn from endorsement to rejection for it to advance.

"This is starting to come together," King said today. "All the Republicans [earlier] voted no. We should all be for repeal."

He said he's counting on the 34 Democrats who voted no to "demonstrate the courage of their convictions" by supporting a repeal plan.

Many will be running for re-election, King noted, in districts where the majority of voters want the law repealed. And there are Democrats who voted for Obamacare who face election challenges in a field of voters irritated by the law's new taxes and intrusions into their lives.

King told WND that if the discharge petition is successful, it will be a "resounding message" to Pelosi, who said Congress would have to vote for the health care takeover before people could know what was in it.

King's plan is to "pull out by the roots" the legislation that, among other things, will require citizens to "government-approved" health insurance whether they want it or not.

The fact that support is required from 218 members also means any plan thus endorsed likely would pass the 435-member House.

Clerk of the House of Representatives: Current House of Representatives signatures


Motion to Discharge a Committee from the Consideration of a resolution


June 16, 2010
To the Clerk of the House of Representatives:

Pursuant to clause 2 of rule XV, I, Steve King of Iowa, move to discharge the Committees on Energy and Commerce, Ways and Means, Education and Labor, the Judiciary, Natural Resources, Rules, House Administration, and Appropriations from the consideration of the bill (H.R. 4972) to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act; which was referred to said committees on March 25, 2010, in support of which motion the undersigned Members of the House of Representatives affix their signatures, to wit:

Wednesday, June 16, 2010
1. Steve King Iowa 05
2. Connie Mack Florida 14
3. Michele Bachmann Minnesota 06

Tuesday, June 22, 2010
4. Todd Tiahrt Kansas 04

Wednesday, June 23, 2010
5. Marsha Blackburn Tennessee 07
6. Tom Price Georgia 06
7. Paul C. Broun Georgia 10
8. Jerry Moran Kansas 01
9. Tom Graves Georgia 09
10. Rob Bishop Utah 01
11. Joseph R. Pitts Pennsylvania 16
12. Mike Pence Indiana 06

Thursday, June 24, 2010
13. Lynn A. Westmoreland Georgia 03
14. Glenn Thompson Pennsylvania 05
15. Jeb Hensarling Texas 05
16. Louie Gohmert Texas 01
17. Judy Biggert Illinois 13
18. John Boozman Arkansas 03
19. Kenny Marchant Texas 24
20. Jim Jordan Ohio 04
21. Jason Chaffetz Utah 03
22. Gary G. Miller California 42
23. Bob Goodlatte Virginia 06
24. Doug Lamborn Colorado 05
25. Robert E. Latta Ohio 05
26. Tom Cole Oklahoma 04
27. Trent Franks Arizona 02
28. K. Michael Conaway Texas 11
29. Jo Bonner Alabama 01
30. Dan Burton Indiana 05

Tuesday,June 29, 2010
31. J. Gresham Barrett South Carolina 03
32. John Linder Georgia 07
33. Bill Posey Florida 15
34. Lynn Jenkins Kansas 02
35. Mike Coffman Colorado 06
36. Roscoe G. Bartlett Maryland 06
37. Virginia Foxx North Carolina 05
38. John Campbell California 48
39. Mike Rogers (AL) Alabama 03
40. Randy Neugebauer Texas 19
41. Charles K. Djou Hawaii 01
42. Pete Sessions Texas 32
43. F. James Sensenbrenner, Jr. Wisconsin 05
44. Howard Coble North Carolina 06
45. Candice S. Miller Michigan 10
46. Steve Scalise Louisiana 01
47. Robert B. Aderholt Alabama 04
48. Phil Gingrey Georgia 11
49. Kevin Brady Texas 08
50. Pete Olson Texas 22
51. C. W. Bill Young Florida 10
52. Tom McClintock California 04

Wednesday, June 30, 2010
53. Joe Wilson South Carolina 02
54. Mac Thornberry Texas 13
55. John R. Carter Texas 31
56. John Shimkus Illinois 19
57. Mary Fallin Oklahoma 05
58. Gus M. Bilirakis Florida 09
59. John Fleming Louisiana 04
60. Jeff Flake Arizona 06
61. W. Todd Akin Missouri 02
62. Peter Hoekstra Michigan 02
63. Donald A. Manzullo Illinois 16
64. Eric Cantor Virginia 07
65. Scott Garrett New Jersey 05
66. John A. Boehner Ohio 08
67. Henry E. Brown, Jr. South Carolina 01
68. Kay Granger Texas 12
69. Parker Griffith Alabama 05
70. Ted Poe Texas 02
71. Cathy McMorris Rodgers Washington 05
72. Rodney Alexander Louisiana 05
73. Fred Upton Michigan 06
74. Jean Schmidt Ohio 02
75. John Sullivan Oklahoma 01
76. Peter J. Roskam Illinois 06
77. Blaine Luetkemeyer Missouri 09
78. Michael C. Burgess Texas 26
79. Ken Calvert California 44
80. Lee Terry Nebraska 02

Thursday, July 1, 2010
81. Patrick T. McHenry North Carolina 10
82. Mary Bono Mack California 45
83. Spencer Bachus Alabama 06
84. Jeff Miller Florida 01
85. John B. Shadegg Arizona 03
86. Gregg Harper Mississippi 03
87. John Abney Culberson Texas 07
88. Dana Rohrabacher California 46
89. David P. Roe Tennessee 01
90. J. Randy Forbes Virginia 04
91. Bill Cassidy Louisiana 06
92. Brett Guthrie Kentucky 02
93. Denny Rehberg Montana 0
94. Sue Wilkins Myrick North Carolina 09
95. Tom Latham Iowa 04
96. Michael K. Simpson Idaho 02
97. John Kline Minnesota 02
98. Ron Paul Texas 14
99. Thomas J. Rooney Florida 16
100. Daniel E. Lungren California 03
101. Darrell E. Issa California 49
102. Harold Rogers Kentucky 05
103. John J. Duncan, Jr. Tennessee 02
104. Todd Russell Platts Pennsylvania 19
105. Duncan Hunter California 52
106. Sam Graves Missouri 06
107. Bob Inglis South Carolina 04
108. Edward R. Royce California 40
109. Ralph M. Hall Texas 04

Tuesday, July 13, 2010
110. Timothy V. Johnson Illinois 15
111. Michael T. McCaul Texas 10
112. Thaddeus G. McCotter Michigan 11
113. Robert J. Wittman Virginia 01
114. Lamar Smith Texas 21
115. Cynthia M. Lummis Wyoming 00
116. Wally Herger California 02
117. Vern Buchanan Florida 13
118. Christopher H. Smith New Jersey 04
119. Geoff Davis Kentucky 04
120. Jack Kingston Georgia 01
121. Brian P. Bilbray California 50

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
122. Zach Wamp Tennessee 03
123. Jerry Lewis California 41
124. Erik Paulsen Minnesota 03
125. Roy Blunt Missouri 07
126. Jo Ann Emerson Missouri 08
127. Frank R. Wolf Virginia 10
128. George Radanovich California 19
129. Steve Austria Ohio 07
130. Greg Walden Oregon 02

Thursday, July 15, 2010
131. Frank D. Lucas Oklahoma 03
132. Adrian Smith Nebraska 03
133. Jeff Fortenberry Nebraska 01

Monday, July 19, 2010
134. Frank A. LoBiondo New Jersey 02
135. Sam Johnson Texas 03
136. Paul Ryan Wisconsin 01
137. John L. Mica Florida 07
138. Michael R. Turner Ohio 03
139. Aaron Schock Illinois 18

Tuesday, July 20, 2010
140. Cliff Stearns Florida 06
141. Devin Nunes California 21
142. David Dreier California 26
143. Christopher John Lee New York 26
144. Kevin McCarthy California 22
145. Bill Shuster Pennsylvania 09
146. Leonard Lance New Jersey 07

Wednesday, July 21, 2010
147. Howard P. McKeon California 25
148. Ander Crenshaw Florida 04
149. Elton Gallegly California 24
150. Rodney P. Frelinghuysen New Jersey 11

Thursday, July 22, 2010
151. Ed Whitfield Kentucky 01
152. Walter B. Jones North Carolina 03
153. Vernon J. Ehlers Michigan 03

Monday, July 26, 2010
154. Thomas E. Petri Wisconsin 06
155. Doc Hastings Washington 04
156. Don Young Alaska 00
157. Ginny Brown-Waite Florida 05
158. Patrick J. Tiberi Ohio 12
159. Mike Rogers (MI) Michigan 08

Tuesday, July 27, 2010
160. Joe Barton Texas 06
161. Adam H. Putnam Florida 12
162. Dave Camp Michigan 04

Wednesday, July 28, 2010
163. Steven C. LaTourette Ohio 14
164. Dean Heller Nevada 02
165. Peter T. King New York 03

Check Here For More Signatures To The Discharge Petition To Repeal Obamacare

(218 is the magic number to possibly bury obamacare. We have 153 now. After the Nov election I'm sure it will be much more. It is a possibility that obamacare could be repealed before the election) Story Reports

Obamacare repeal? 150 House signatures already. Sponsor of repeal plan says it will come down to changing handful of votes

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