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campaign-disclosure bill: CEOs have to appear in Campaign ads but not Union Bosses

June 24, 2010 politisite 0

Corporate CEOs would have to appear in campaign ads they fund, under a political disclosure bill the House just passed by a narrow margin. Democrats, hoping to rein in special-interest spending before November’s midterm elections, pushed the measure, which would impose broad new disclosure rules on political spending. The bill, approved by a 219-206 vote, was opposed by Republicans who cast it as violating free-speech protections and filled with exemptions […]

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Loophole will Let Congressional Staffers Opt Out of Health Care Requirement

April 10, 2010 politisite 0

When Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi said we need to pass the bill to see whats in it, It may not have been congressional mispeak. A few fact checkers are finding some interesting things about the Universal health care bill. One fact is it might not be, ‘universal’ at all.
One of the major problems with President Obama’s Health Care reform is that it is NOT universal. Dozens of top congressional leaders and staffers will be exempt or can opt-out of the Health care Reform requirements you and I will have to enroll in. If the general public chooses not to carry health insurance, they will be required to pay a Fine or have their tax refunds attached. Not so if you are amoung the elite in Congress. One wonders if equal protection under the law means anything to Congressman these days.

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The 11 Senate Republicans who voted for the $17 billion No jobs bill

March 17, 2010 politisite 0

The tax breaks and projected jobs in the Senate jobs bill are illusory. The $17 billion package circumvents pay-go rules. But no matter. The Senate passed the Porkulus II today by 68-29 — with support from 11 Republicans. Here’s the roll call vote: The Republicans who sided with the endless spending-spree Democrats: Alexander Bond Scott Brown Burr Cochran Collins Inhofe LeMieux Murkowski Snowe Voinovich *** via Michelle Malkin

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Waxman: We Want Government Funded Abortions

March 12, 2010 politisite 0

The pro-life Democrat leading the charge in the House against passage of the Senate health insurance reform bill said Friday that a key committee chairman told him that Democrats want abortions to be paid by a federally-funded nationalized health insurance system. Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich., who’s been so far out in front of the debate about abortion coverage that he earned himself a primary challenger over it, said Rep. Henry […]