"We must scrap this flawed effort once and for all, start over, and do it right," said Democratic Rep. Jim Matheson of Utah adding that “continued rising costs” was a concern.

No estimate was available on the dollar value of speaking fees Obama planned on getting from Wellpoint after leaving office. But if the Clinton's take from Wall Street was any indication Obama won't have to worry about the consequences of Climate FUBAR.

Thanks for nothing Karen Ignani.

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/five-democrats-side-republicans-repeal-obamacare-201854863.html

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anonymous green 3 years 29 weeks ago
#1

Thanks for another story about nothing.

The Question Whores are asking us to answer for them.

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Laborisgood 3 years 29 weeks ago
#2

The problem is not 5 Democrats siding with Republicans on a completely symbolic vote against ObamaCare for the umpteenth time as jobs bills are not even brought to a vote. The problem is a majority of the Democratic legislators consistently voting as the Republicans of yore while being painted as liberals by our corporate media. I consider it a miracle that only 5 of those corporate whores are willing to show their true colors in a useless symbolic vote. There's my silver lining.

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