Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Reject the Lawsuit States!

A similar law has been proposed in 36 other states. Observers rate this Republican move has little chance to succeed. But still, that Republican efforts to help heat up the political situation ahead of elections (elections) interrupted. Republican hopes in the mid-term elections that they can win seats in the Democratic-controlled yangkini local level, state, and federal. Constitution clearly states the federal government the right to reject the lawsuit states. That means, that the state step "irrelevant."

The lawsuit about whether the federal government can require people to buy health insurance, seems to be submitted to the Supreme Court (MA). "Their goal was to make part of this issue remains alive until the November mid-term elections," said Michael Martinez, a professor of political science at the University of Florida.

Martinez explained, Republic of intentionally spreading the impression that makes people buy health insurance or pay a fine, looks like limiting freedom. Republicans angry because the legalization of the Act warned, they may be less interested anymore to work with Democrats on other issues such as climate change legislation and immigration reform.

"Democratic leaders may have forgotten their vote. They may have forgotten their victory. but today is a new day. I have a message for Democratic friends us: Enough is enough, "said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell Republican Party.

Obama's former opponent in the presidential election from the Republican, Senator John McCain also said that there will be no cooperation (bipartisan) until the rest of the end of this year. Mathematically it is impossible if the Republic wanted to beat two-thirds majority of Democrats in the House and Senate, to reject Obama's policies. Because the Republican plan was to take another way out of parliament.

Democrats also welcomed the Republican challenge to fight in the next issues. "We went out and did not just talk about what we do, but also what the opposition Republican," said Obama's former campaign manager, David Plouffe.