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Space Says No to Healthcare Bill
An Ohio Congressman takes a stand when it comes to the healthcare debate.
Takes a stand? Yeah, and if you don't like it, just wait minute...
On the heels of an announcement by House leadership that they may try and bring the Senate Healthcare Bill to a vote in the House of Representatives, Congressman Zack Space says the legislation is unacceptable to the 18th Congressional District, his constituents and Ohioans across the state.
Unacceptable? Like Cap and Trade? Like all his other votes for socialized medicine? Where's he standing now?
In a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi the Congressman says he will not support the current healthcare bill saying that by forcing consumers to purchase insurance it will mean higher costs for constituents and mean a financial burden they cannot manage.
Financial burden? You mean like all the trillions of dollars that we don't have, but Zacko still votes to spend? That's a stance. Right?
Space also says he's disappointed that the leadership would even consider this plan.
Disappointed? Yeah, Zack we're pretty disappointed in the leadership being demonstrated in Washington, but you stay firm in your stance on puppies and free candy for all.
Gee, I wonder if a wind of change named Scott Brown blew up your skirt. Uncomfortable, eh?