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Dirty Politics? Maybe not

Saturday, March 13, 2010

For the longest time now, the Democratic party led by President Obama have been feverishly working to get a campaign promise, to pass a Health Care bill that will help protect the American people from high medical costs, along with providing insurance to people who cannot afford insurance for their families as it stands now. Lately, things haven't been going in the best interests of the Democrats, starting with a Republican Senator in Massachusetts, and loosing filibuster power in Congress.
But now if Democrats play their cards right, there seems to still be enough light in the tunnel to get a Health Care Bill passed by using a method called 'reconciliation', that's if the House acts to approve the Senate Bill by March 18th, 2010. What does that mean? Basically, all that would be needed to get the bill passed through the Senate would be only a simple majority of 51 votes instead of 60.

Is this the right thing to do? Of course Republicans are in total disagreement of it, as they are on record to go against everything and anything that would help the health care bill pass. It may be a sneaky measure, but the President of the United States is willing to put his job on the line, and in the end, it may be considered very smart politics.

In such a short time in office, President Obama has already defined his Presidency. A future article to explain this will be forthcoming soon.

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