Senator Reid’s very qualified and really one of the best press guys in the city, announced yesterday that Senator Reid has filed the paperwork so the he will be able to proceed to the cloture motion on the motion to proceed next week.
This means that if Senator Reid gets 60 votes, he can bring the House bill up before the Senate.
If he does not get 60 votes, no bill comes before the U.S. Senate. Or Senator Reid may do what he did on the Doc fix -- the unpaid for $250 billion Medicare spending bill -- bring it up so it can fail -- and then go back to the backroom to negotiate. Pretty clear and simple, yes?
For more information about what the future for ObamaCare will be, here is today's video interview with Senator Ben Nelson (D-NE) about his views of the Senate health care bill. Pay attention to the Senator's quote “it’ll never get here.”
Then, turn off the sound, watch the interviewer and the Senator’s body language. What do you see?