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Ken Buck and Cory Gardner best choices

Voters, remember this “crap” as CNN’s Jack Cafferty called the lack of openness and honesty in the Democrat-controlled Obamacare legislative process. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, “There’s never been a more honest, more open process for any legislation” than with Obamacare.

Pelosi and all Democrats who participated need to know the real definition of words. America deserves better. It’s time for Ken Buck and Cory Gardner to replace Democrats Michael Bennet, the Colorado rubber-stamping senator of President Obama’s agenda, and Betsy Markey, from Colorado’s 4th Congressional District who voted against her constituents to side with Obama.
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Obama’s signature healthcare style

On Sun., March 21, at about midnight, President Obama declared, “This is what change looks like” in reference to his campaign promise of “change we can believe in.” Obama, Pelosi and Reid finally had squeezed enough Democrats to get the 219-212 vote to pass the Senate version of Obamacare in the House. In so doing, Obama showed his signature style – cut the people and the opposition out of the process as much as possible. Continue reading

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Health care talks need disinfectant

Health care reform compromise talks between the House and Senate bill versions need a heavy dose of disinfectant or, in other words, plenty of sunshine.

During the campaign, candidate Barack Obama touted openness in government. He said, “I’ll make our government open and transparent so that anyone can insure that our business is the people’s business.” Obama continued by saying the late Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis once said, “Sunlight is the greatest disinfectant.” Continue reading

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Town hall uproar quite American

With the U.S. presidency and both houses of Congress under control of the Democrats and mid-term elections over a year away, expectedly President Obama stated “now is the time” for health care reform. And, it isn’t surprising Howard Dean, the screaming presidential candidate in 2006 and major figure in the liberal wing of the Democratic Party, voiced the sentiment to move forward without bipartisan support. Continue reading

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