Looking at the recent House special election record.
Now that we’ve had some time to digest last week’s special election results – or, in the Democrats’ case, have the equivalent of a gallstone attack over them – I think that it’s a time that we look at some of the House’s special election results over the last two election cycles generally. Partially because we’re starting to get enough samples to do a laughingly | Read More »
Tomorrow is the day. HR 2, “Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act,” is the first and perhaps the only chance we’ll have to repeal Obamacare. But Congress needs to hear your voice in support of repealing Obamacare. Enter your zip code below to contact your congressman directly: Zip Code: Submit House Republicans released a report stating that repealing ObamaCare could save taxpayers up | Read More »
Rep. Eric Cantor submits a health care bill every member of Congress will be able to read
It’s not on the calendar for consideration until January 12, but House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) has drawn up a nice, short, easy-to-read bill that would do something very important for the nation’s fiscal and physical health: repeal Obamacare. A pdf of the bill can be accessed here; its full text is also included in this post below the fold. While it remains to | Read More »
Democrats still not adjusting to DOOM.
Read some of the papers these days and it’s like nobody’s ever – in the history of the world – had a legislature change hands from one political party to the other. Because the Democrats are certainly not acting like they get the magnitude of what happened to them: You’ve got the New York Times commiserating with Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. The poor woman has to scramble | Read More »