Shall we govern ourselves, or let unelected bureaucrats do it?

* Should the federal government control America’s $2.5 trillion health sector, fully one sixth of our economy?
* Should government bureaucrats decide what form of health coverage is “acceptable”?
* Should these bureaucrats be given the legal authority to require all Americans to purchase government-designed health plans and levy penalties on those who don’t comply?
* Should the federal government require the States to devote scarce resources to the creation of federally designed health exchanges that State lawmakers may feel inadequately address the unique needs of state residents?
* Should the federal government expand the Medicaid program so dramatically that States face a Hobson’s choice – either shoulder billions in new fiscal commitments (on top of an already unsustainable budget mess) or withdraw from the program entirely?
* What about employers who want to continue to provide their employees with health coverage but learn that federal bureaucrats deem the coverage they can afford to provide insufficiently generous?

Liberals Quick To Act Following Arizona Shooting

The Democratic response to the Jan. 8 shooting in Tucson, Ariz., has  left-wing politicians  using this deadly event to bolster their political agenda.

On Monday, Congressman James Clyburn (D-SC) announced a renewed push to abrogate the 1st Amendment to the Constitution.

Also several lawmakers are set to propose gun control legislation in Congress following last weekend’s deadly shootings in Tucson, Ariz.

Giffords herself is a longtime gun owner who has advocated for 2nd Amendment rights.  Giffords urged Supreme Court justices to overturn gun control laws in 2008 and 2009.

According to voluminous Twitter postings on Saturday by one of Loughner’s friends says he was “left wing,” “a political radical” “quite liberal” and “a pot head.”

HealthCare to believe in

112TH CONGRESS
1ST SESSION H. R.
To repeal the job-killing health care law and health care-related provisions
in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Mr. CANTOR (for himself and [see ATTACHED LIST of cosponsors]) introduced
the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on

A BILL
To repeal the job-killing health care law and health carerelated
provisions in the Health Care and Education
Reconciliation Act of 2010.
1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa

2tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

3 SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

4 This Act may be cited as the ‘‘Repealing the Job-

5 Killing Health Care Law Act’’.

1 SEC. 2. REPEAL OF THE JOB-KILLING HEALTH CARE LAW

2 AND HEALTH CARE-RELATED PROVISIONS IN

3 THE HEALTH CARE AND EDUCATION REC

4ONCILIATION ACT OF 2010.

5 (a) JOB-KILLING HEALTH CARE LAW.—Effective as

6 of the enactment of Public Law 111–148, such Act is re

7pealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by

8 such Act are restored or revived as if such Act had not

9 been enacted.

10 (b) HEALTH CARE-RELATED PROVISIONS IN THE

11 HEALTH CARE AND EDUCATION RECONCILIATION ACT OF

12 2010.—Effective as of the enactment of the Health Care

13 and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 (Public Law

14 111–152), title I and subtitle B of title II of such Act

15 are repealed, and the provisions of law amended or re

16pealed by such title or subtitle, respectively, are restored

17 or revived as if such title and subtitle had not been en

18acted.