drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
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Congress Comes OUT against The Guacamole!!!

How SHOCKING!!! and in a time of transferring the tax liabilities unto the unborn baby UBU!!!
In what likely is the last big showdown between President George W. Bush and congressional Democrats over the popular Medicare health care program, the U.S. Congress on Tuesday voted to override his veto of a bill to keep doctors' payments from being slashed.

By enacting the measure over Bush's objections, Congress rescinded an 11 percent reduction in government payments to doctors treating elderly Medicare patients.

Just hours after Bush vetoed the legislation, the Senate voted 70-26 to overturn him, following the House of Representatives, which voted 383-41 to override. The bill now becomes law.

[ cf U.S. Congress overrides Bush's Medicare veto ]
Why just hours after the Commander In Chief!!!

The One TRUE war president acted against terrorist, congress opted to engage in God Hating America Bashing!!!

Why this must be the sadest lowest time in all of the Holy Crusades against the Evils of those who persecute the unborn unborn baby UBU!!!

Makes one wonder what it really takes to get congress to take such radical anti-war stands....
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