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November 14, 2013 4:52 PM
Strike the liberal experiment finally out?
Posted by Staff

Boehner’s announcement yesterday that the House will not go to conference on the Senate’s Gang of Eight bill represents a great victory in what, for years, has been, and will continue to be, an ongoing war to protect American interests and quash the liberal amnesty compulsion. Just as we defeated George W. Bush’s immigration de-forms back in 2007, once again, true conservatives banned together to protect American interests. At times, the prospects of victory looked bleak, but a select few remained dedicated and devoted to fighting the good fight. Our perseverance held ground long enough for our secret weapon (Obamacare of course) to present itself and turn the tide of the battle. This liberal big government catastrophe proved invaluable in hindering the amnesty push because it demonstrated that this President and Democrat-led Senate cannot be trusted, and are unwilling to compromise. While the war is far from over, we should celebrate the victory today.

Sharing an ardent and deeply personal conviction that every child deserves a home and a family, Laura hailed Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) for her work on the Children in Families First Act. However, after praising Landrieu's bipartisan work on expanding, streamlining, and opening up the process of international adoption, the conversation turned to ObamaCare. Noting that in Landrieu's own state only 387 people have signed up for Obamacare, Ingraham pressed the Louisiana Democrat about whether this law can really be "fixed.” Landrieu explained that she was proposing a bill that will reinstate consumers’ insurance policies, which have already been rescinded because they fail to meet the minimum standards prescribed by Obamacare. When Laura pressed Landrieu on how this was even feasible, Landrieu responded: “Their business decision may be made, but the final decision is up to Congress. We can pass laws that make people do a whole lot of things. When it’s for the benefit of the country, we can most certainly say that you’ve got to honor those policies, and in my state it’s about 60,000 promises made by the President,” Landrieu asserted. “A promise should be kept. I’m going to do everything I can to pass a law in addition to his [President Obama’s] Executive Order.” Facebook Fark Furl
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