Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Obama's Bill Passes House

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Barack Obama's $819B stimulus bill passed the House today with the votes evenly split among party lines. The vote was 244-188 with every Republican voting against it. Now I'm not saying that a majority of the Republicans might have found fault with the bill but everyone? It's just the same ole same ole, vote along party lines no matter what. Politicans follow party line so much nowdays that they forget that they're not supporting their party they're supposed to be supporting our country.
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1 comment:

Bond said...

I am not real happy with this whole package. It certainly seems like there is too much pork in it even after all the promises.

It is supposed to stimulate the economy and there are items that will not do so.

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