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Why am I now hearing a left-wing, Progressive, Democrat CO-AUTHOR of Obamacare suggest that the BEST way to deal with this law is to let the PEOPLE VOTE ON IT? - If you had a choice do you prefer a November VOTE on it, or the SCOTUS decision?

Howler 2012/03/28 20:49:44
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Progressive, Democrat Congressman for New Jersey, and solid supporter & co-author of Obamacare, Rob Andrews, seems to want the current healthcare law about to die in the U.S. Supreme Court, to be VOTED on by the PEOPLE in November 2012 instead of being knocked down by the Judiciary.

WHY NOW?...Why was it not only NOT important to allow the PEOPLE to decide in the first place, but also not even important to allow the PEOPLE TO WHOM THIS LAW WOULD APPLY to even know and UNDERSTAND its DETAILS within its fine lines BEFORE RUSHING it through the law - making process?

WHY?...WHY?...WHY Congressman Andrews?

How condescending can left-wing, Progressives get?

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  • relic 2012/03/28 20:55:14
    I prefer the decision to be made by the SCOTUS
    relic
    +11
    Poor disallusioned progressives. They still think people at large want a nanny state.

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  • Charu ∞ijm♥∞ 2012/03/28 22:29:52
    I prefer the decision to be made by the SCOTUS
    Charu ∞ijm♥∞
    +5
    I feel that it will be the way I would vote anyway....They are questioning the Constitutionality of it as do I....it will be voted down.
  • seadog6608PWCM 2012/03/28 22:21:03
  • Theresa seadog6... 2012/03/28 22:36:18
    Theresa
    +4
    If there was such a thing as a Federal Referendum. Which there is not! Only States have that right!
  • seadog6... Theresa 2012/03/29 14:12:11
  • Theresa seadog6... 2012/03/29 14:35:00
    Theresa
    +2
    The only people in the federal gov't are Representatives from your State! Even the president is elected by Representatives. Ever heard of the Electoral College? This is a Republic not a Wrong headed Democracy! Therefore it is an extension of State's rights that voting occurs in the Federal Gov't. This is the problem. People believe in an imperial Federal Gov't. When in fact it is nothing like what the Constitution created!
  • seadog6... Theresa 2012/03/29 14:43:07
  • fisherman 2012/03/28 22:19:51
    I prefer a VOTE
    fisherman
    +2
    since i trust nothing the government does ..put it to a vote . better yet , just get rid of the howling jerkoff in the white house and repeal it . the ins. companies and the medical profession are screwing us already ..do we really need the the government to help em . what has the government done that was affordable ?
  • Roger47 2012/03/28 22:08:15
    I prefer the decision to be made by the SCOTUS
    Roger47
    +2
    The people are too easily misled. The majority in some states actually believe the President is a Muslim. We have become a nation that is too misinformed to let the people play much of a role in making laws or policy.
  • IndyLinda 2012/03/28 22:07:12
    I prefer the decision to be made by the SCOTUS
    IndyLinda
    +5
    If it's put to a vote, we can guarantee an illegal alien amnesty.
  • CUDDLY BUT STILL CRABBY 2012/03/28 22:07:04
    I prefer the decision to be made by the SCOTUS
    CUDDLY BUT STILL CRABBY
    +6
    Well, well, well now that the shoe is on the other foot, with Obamacare facing certain death in the SCOTUS, only now do the leftists desire people be allowed to vote on it?

    I remember when the majority of Americans were shut out of the whole frigging process.

    Well FU Congressman.
  • Barbara Hasler 2012/03/28 21:57:15
    I prefer the decision to be made by the SCOTUS
    Barbara Hasler
    +3
    We have had enough of not upholding the Constitution with this bill. We have 3 branches of government, Executive, Legislative and Judicial. This provides the checks and balances for the republic. Should such a vote be taken it would undermine the necessity of the SCOTUS and it effectiveness in our form of government.

    A vote of the people would be lengthy. It, too, I am afraid, would end up in the SCOTUS. This could take a few years to be decided. To try to override the decision of the present Court would be considered unprescidented. While this process was moving forward, the health care mess could go into effect and in reality create a enormous hardship on the citizens. The Court will vote on the facts as presented and their relation to the Constitution. Too many of us are disenchanted and fail to remember what a strong and powerful document the Constitution is in its relationship to the executive and legislative s and judicial branches.
  • Theresa Barbara... 2012/03/28 22:37:47
    Theresa
    +1
    The People do not vote in anything Federal! It is strictly a province of the States!
  • Mindlesspartyhack 2012/03/28 21:52:58
    I prefer the decision to be made by the SCOTUS
    Mindlesspartyhack
    +2
    We're still a Republic
  • none 2012/03/28 21:42:15
    I prefer a VOTE
    none
    +1
    Let the people speak.
  • Getting... none 2012/03/29 02:03:35
    GettingBarried
    +2
    The people did speak through their representatives and PPACA was shot down. Obama and the dems decided to disregard the people's will and pass it via reconciliation. It still stuns me that Obama has an approval rating in the 40s...
  • none Getting... 2012/03/29 17:58:25
    none
    +1
    Hard to believe that there's that many Americans that don't seem to be paying any attention to what's going on.
  • bob'45 2012/03/28 21:40:04
    I prefer the decision to be made by the SCOTUS
    bob'45
    +5
    I think the SCOTUS will do a better job of getting rid of it. Keeps ACORN out of the process.
  • Scalded... bob'45 2012/03/28 21:50:14
    Scalded Eagle
    +5
    Exactly, my friend.
  • bob'45 Scalded... 2012/03/28 22:14:18
    bob'45
    +2
    Thank you my friend. :-)
  • Racefish 2012/03/28 21:37:33
    I prefer a VOTE
    Racefish
    +1
    67% of the people didn't want it, and they are most likely the ones that vote.
  • Elleryqueen 2012/03/28 21:34:44
    I prefer a VOTE
    Elleryqueen
    +1
    Prefer vote. With Sotomyor and Kegan on the SCOTUS bill is in jeopardy of being approved.
  • Scalded Eagle 2012/03/28 21:33:09
    I prefer the decision to be made by the SCOTUS
    Scalded Eagle
    +5
    What ever it takes to kill this Communist Monstrosity.
  • J 2012/03/28 21:25:15 (edited)
    I prefer a VOTE
    J
    +4
    But only if you have to show proper ID to vote and are only allowed to vote one time. Not dead people, pets or illegals voting this time.
  • Scalded... J 2012/03/28 21:34:24
    Scalded Eagle
    +2
    Good Point J.
  • fisherman J 2012/03/28 22:22:40
    fisherman
    +3
    come on ..not even one dead guy ?
    corpse man
  • J fisherman 2012/03/29 19:27:16
    J
    +2
    That would be preferale!
  • kmay 2012/03/28 21:24:20
    I prefer the decision to be made by the SCOTUS
    kmay
    +4
    Majority of people are against it!
  • goatman112003 2012/03/28 21:23:30
    I prefer the decision to be made by the SCOTUS
    goatman112003
    +5
    I would prefer the Court told them to get bent so they never try this crap again than an election as sooner or later they will regain power and start some other stunt.
  • phantom8541 2012/03/28 21:18:18
    I prefer the decision to be made by the SCOTUS
    phantom8541
    +6
    It's their last ditch effort to salvage it because there is no doubt it will be shot down. James Carville is already setting up the back-pedal spin by claiming a defeat by the SCOTUS would be the best thing that could happen for Democrats.

    Really Jimmy?

    0bie & crew wasted 3+ years battling about this while ignoring what was on the minds of Americans, Jobs, Homes, and the economy. They put all their political capital into a program that is a complete disaster even before 5% of it was implemented.

    0bie and his sheep OWN 0bie-care and will ride that sucker all the ways down in flames.

    A SCOTUS decision is necessary to end this discussion, put it out of its misery and set a legal precedent so that we never have to visit this again.
  • Scalded... phantom... 2012/03/28 21:36:45
    Scalded Eagle
    +2
    Good Answer, Agreed.
  • phantom... Scalded... 2012/03/28 21:41:21
  • RogerRover 2012/03/28 21:16:59
    I prefer the decision to be made by the SCOTUS
    RogerRover
    +5
    These losers are feelin' the heat...Lookin' for wiggle room. They think they can cook up another 'crisis' or two to sway the sheeple...Let's vote these sorry manipulators out!...
  • Scalded... RogerRover 2012/03/28 21:38:12
    Scalded Eagle
    +4
    I wish the SCOTUS would get rid of the regime too.
  • RogerRover Scalded... 2012/03/28 22:35:49 (edited)
    RogerRover
    +2
    If he determines he can not win through election...I'm sure there is an elaborate plan 'B' in the wings. Uprisings, tumult, chaotic conditions that justify martial law.....Saul Alinsky handbook is rife with stategems...At a certain point,...SCOTUS may need to step in...
  • Scalded... RogerRover 2012/03/29 13:04:59
    Scalded Eagle
    +1
    Right, Alinsky is all over this regime.
  • gtorborg77 2012/03/28 21:14:07
    I prefer the decision to be made by the SCOTUS
    gtorborg77
    +5
    Mainly because the decision will come down much sooner (presumably June) than a November vote. The sooner this law can be struck down, the better. Plus, the odds of this happening are much better (because it truly is an unconstitutional law) than putting it to a vote, because voters' opinions can be changed through campaigning, whether honest or not, between now and then. Voters' opinion doesn't change the constitutionality of the law. It's still unconstitutional either way.
  • dubbie gtorborg77 2012/03/28 23:21:48
    dubbie
    +2
    Yep when they dont have a problem transfering guns to cartels , They wouldn`t having problem transfering papers to illegals , Which is probably happening now
  • Scalded... dubbie 2012/03/29 13:06:20
    Scalded Eagle
    +2
    At least a voter ID would keep some honest.
  • dick 2012/03/28 21:11:21 (edited)
    I prefer a VOTE
    dick
    +4
    There wasn't a none of the above so I hit prefer a vote but our votes mean nothing anymore Obama and the Liberals only care about staying in power!!! piss on obama
  • SK-pro impeachment 2012/03/28 21:10:54
    I prefer a VOTE
    SK-pro impeachment
    +5
    Why not let the ppl decide now. the majority of America say nay why is it not our decision but a bunch of politico hacks who think they know what's best for us? makes no sense.

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