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"Baby Killer" yelped out by Rep. Randy Neugebauer

Monday, March 22, 2010

So now we know. The Republican House member that yelled out when Rep. Bart Stupak was speaking was Texas Rep. Randy Neugebauer. He admits to have yelled out the words "baby killer" but he also claimed that two other words preceded it. So he claims that the statement that was yelped out was "It's a baby killer." Now this may be true, as there were several Senators mumbling over what has just happened, when the Health Reform bill was passed, and most of the Republican Senators were mumbling in disbelief.

TEXAS REP. RANDY NEUGEBAUER

So yes, there may have been the chance that Neugebauer said "Its a baby killer", instead of intentionally calling Mr. Stupak a "baby killer". It was not the time to yelp out such irresponsible comments by someone in the Senate Chamber. Now, Mr. Randy Neugebauer will forever be known as the person who yelled out "baby killer" during one of the most important sessions by that executive body of all time. He will be noted in history as having said it. He has already formally apologized to Rep. Bart Stupak, and one can only guess what other motives he had for doing it. On such a stage, and such a historical time in America,this man decided to utter out the works. How irresponsible, how embarrassing, and how uneasy he must have made it for his fellow Republican Senators. Nevertheless, his name will be written in the history books.
Actually, what had actually happened was that Randy Neugebauer was just openly stating the feelings of not just his beliefs, but of his fellow Republican Senators. They were desperately trying to do whatever it took to kill the bill, and even tried to keep the bill from President Obamas desk, but the refuted motion after the health care bill was also killed.
In another desperate move, 10 different states are now entering a suit over the health care bill, saying that it is unconstitutional. Yes, the Republicans are throwing out all of the stops to kill it, but its like the mouse trying to chase the cat. They will never succeed. This will be another future story on its own.

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