Monday, February 14, 2011

CALL CONGRESS AND 'DEMAND THE DEFUNDING OF OBAMACARE!"

BREAKING NEWS ON OBAMACARE REPEAL:

The House vote expected this week may include only a PARTIAL
defunding of ObamaCare. House G.O.P. leadership has not
committed to a full 100% defunding vote. This is due to
the "self-funding" provisions inserted by Nancy Pelosi
that bind future Congresses to automatically fund much
of ObamaCare.

Many say the "self-funding" provisions are blatantly
unconstitutional. Rep. Steve King has language in place
that would FULLY DEFUND ObamaCare.

Rush Limbaugh says the House leadership is not yet behind
King's plan to fully defund ObamaCare. Please let Congress
know where you stand by going here to send your faxes now:

http://www.grassfire.net/r.asp?U=37390&CID=146&RID=21999609

Grassfire Nation

(More information below)

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Rush Limbaugh:
"[T]his Rehberg amendment would block the funding for
discretionary items related to Obamacare, it would do
nothing to block mandatory spending already enacted and
underway.  Well, this is not what anybody wants.  We
want to defund the whole thing.  So enter Steve King,
Republican, Iowa.  He wants to offer an amendment that
would prohibit all funding for Obamacare, both discretionary
and mandatory.  What King wants to do is what every one
of us thought everybody wanted to do, and that is to
freeze Obamacare in its tracks by defunding it, just
like the Vietnam War was frozen by defunding it...

"The bottom line here is that there appear to be forces
in the Republican Party that don't want to defund the
whole thing.  They only want to defund the discretionary
spending
, but not the mandatory stuff, and they're saying,
'Well, we can't really go after mandatory because rules
requiring language and continuing resolutions prohibit
us from doing that.'"

http://www.grassfire.net/r.asp?U=37391&RID=21999609


U.S. News:
King is pushing to add to the CR language that would cut
off the self-appropriating funds in addition to prohibiting
any new funding, as the GOP leadership is already committed
to doing. The language King would like to see added to
the CR --"Notwithstanding any other provision of law,
none of the funds made available in this Act or any
previous or subsequent Act may be used to carry out the
provisions of Public Law 111-148, Public Law 111-152,
or any amendment made by either such Public Law." --
has not yet received the support of the GOP leadership,
meaning he may have to offer it as an amendment from the
floor.

http://www.grassfire.net/r.asp?U=37392&RID=21999609


Rep. Steve King in TheHill:
"That's where our argument is now," King said. "It is to
convince a majority in the House of Representatives that
just shutting off funding for the balance of the year isn't
good enough, but shutting off all funding that's been
automatically put in the pipeline by the passage of
ObamaCare must be done."

http://www.grassfire.net/r.asp?U=37393&RID=21999609

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GO HERE TO SEND YOUR FAXES:

http://www.grassfire.net/r.asp?U=37394&CID=146&RID=21999609

BREAKING NEWS ON OBAMACARE REPEAL:

The House vote expected this week may include only a PARTIAL
defunding of ObamaCare. House G.O.P. leadership has not
committed to a full 100% defunding vote. This is due to
the "self-funding" provisions inserted by Nancy Pelosi
that bind future Congresses to automatically fund much
of ObamaCare.

Many say the "self-funding" provisions are blatantly
unconstitutional. Rep. Steve King has language in place
that would FULLY DEFUND ObamaCare.

Rush Limbaugh says the House leadership is not yet behind
King's plan to fully defund ObamaCare. Please let Congress
know where you stand by going here to send your faxes now:

http://www.grassfire.net/r.asp?U=37390&CID=146&RID=21999609

Grassfire Nation

(More information below)

+ + + + +

Rush Limbaugh:
"[T]his Rehberg amendment would block the funding for
discretionary items related to Obamacare, it would do
nothing to block mandatory spending already enacted and
underway.  Well, this is not what anybody wants.  We
want to defund the whole thing.  So enter Steve King,
Republican, Iowa.  He wants to offer an amendment that
would prohibit all funding for Obamacare, both discretionary
and mandatory.  What King wants to do is what every one
of us thought everybody wanted to do, and that is to
freeze Obamacare in its tracks by defunding it, just
like the Vietnam War was frozen by defunding it...

"The bottom line here is that there appear to be forces
in the Republican Party that don't want to defund the
whole thing.  They only want to defund the discretionary
spending
, but not the mandatory stuff, and they're saying,
'Well, we can't really go after mandatory because rules
requiring language and continuing resolutions prohibit
us from doing that.'"

http://www.grassfire.net/r.asp?U=37391&RID=21999609


U.S. News:
King is pushing to add to the CR language that would cut
off the self-appropriating funds in addition to prohibiting
any new funding, as the GOP leadership is already committed
to doing. The language King would like to see added to
the CR --"Notwithstanding any other provision of law,
none of the funds made available in this Act or any
previous or subsequent Act may be used to carry out the
provisions of Public Law 111-148, Public Law 111-152,
or any amendment made by either such Public Law." --
has not yet received the support of the GOP leadership,
meaning he may have to offer it as an amendment from the
floor.

http://www.grassfire.net/r.asp?U=37392&RID=21999609


Rep. Steve King in TheHill:
"That's where our argument is now," King said. "It is to
convince a majority in the House of Representatives that
just shutting off funding for the balance of the year isn't
good enough, but shutting off all funding that's been
automatically put in the pipeline by the passage of
ObamaCare must be done."

http://www.grassfire.net/r.asp?U=37393&RID=21999609

+ + + + +
GO HERE TO SEND YOUR FAXES:

http://www.grassfire.net/r.asp?U=37394&CID=146&RID=21999609

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