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“No Nukes,” “Health Care” and other Democratic myths

Posted by Mary Smith on February 25th, 2010
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What’s going on behind the scenes as President Obama hashes out health care policy at Blair House today during a live webcast?

“After a brief period of consultation following the White House health reform summit, congressional Democrats plan to begin making the case next week for a massive, Democrats-only health-care plan, party strategists told POLITICO,” Mike Allen reported.

Ahhh, “bipartisanship.”

What will happen on the floor of the Senate if Democrats maneuver to pass elements of a $950 billion health care plan through a “reconciliation” process that defuses a potential Republican filibuster?

Five years ago, when the Republicans controlled the Senate and tried, as described by The Washington Post, “to disallow the use of filibusters” it was a very different story - and termed the “nuclear option.”

See for yourself!

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  • ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Mary Smith
    A co-founder of WhoSaidYouSaid.com, Mary has spent years in the trenches of political / policy warfare. A pundit for national issues analysis, including appearances on FOX, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC and others, she is best known for her fundraising prowess. Mary is an experienced advocate on behalf of compelling political candidates and important national issues. She is the former chairman of Denver County Republicans; the youngest chairmen ever to serve in Colorado, and has helped candidates in all regions of the country in statewide and congressional races. Mary was recognized as one of the Colorado Statesman’s “Fifty for the Future.”

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