Monday, March 31, 2014


We Must Act Together Today To Stop Illegitimate Bill From Passing Senate
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Dear Larry,
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) has scheduled a vote on 
HR 4302, the so-called "Doc Fix" bill, for TONIGHT.
A serious constitutional breach, every bit as bad as the ones that Obama
commits, took place in the House of Representatives last week. We need
your help today to prevent this bill from passing in the Senate. Please
keep reading.

Congress is so desperate to pass this bill, so that they can leave for their Easter vacation, that John Boehner (R-OH) and Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) "passed" it in the House without having an actual VOTE.  The bill wasn't even completely written!
Pelosi and Boehner shoved aside the House rules -- at Harry Reid's request -- to push this bill through in the most outrageous fashion we've ever seen.
This was almost as bad as Obama creating his Executive Order laws with his pen!
We'll explain exactly what happened below.
But first, we need to rally 41 votes in the Senate RIGHT NOW to reject this terrible unfinished bill.
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Republicans and Democrats alike are furious with the stunt that Pelosi, 
Boehner and Reid pulled.
Representatives were still working on amendments to the Doc Fix bill on 
Thursday. They still hadn't come up with a way to pay for the $180 billion 
Medicare patch.
The House had agreed to "fast track" this bill, so they needed a 
supermajority of 270 votes to pass it in such a hurry.
But all of a sudden one of Boehner's lieutenants, Rep. Steve Womack 
(R-AR), announced a voice vote on the bill when there were only a handful 
of Representatives in the House chamber.
Surprised by this move, most of the Representatives who were there -- 
Democrats and Republicans -- shouted "NO!"
The voice vote failed.
But Rep. Womack declared that the bill had passed and then denied the 
request for a roll call vote!
This so-called spending bill was unfinished and it has no 
mechanism in it to pay for the $180 BILLION that it spends.

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