H.R.2 - Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act

To repeal the job-killing health care law and health care-related provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010. view all titles (3)

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  • Official: To repeal the job-killing health care law and health care-related provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010. as introduced.
  • Short: Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act as introduced.
  • Short: Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act as passed house.

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    fakk2 02/15/2011 10:24pm

    Ok, I have to mention something that hasn’t been said here.

    I currently have insurance, but when the individual mandate goes into effect, I plan on dropping my coverage until I need it because it’s cheaper just to break the law as far as this goes. I know I’m not the only one willing to do that. So, if insurance companies fail because of people like me, doesn’t that just leave us with the government or “public” option. And if so, wouldn’t this create more government spending?

  • BenjaWiz 01/24/2011 2:49am

    Government is too BIG please clean it up and repeal this horrible bill and the tax revisions in it.

  • flynnfree 01/27/2011 10:09am

    I think this bill is important in positioning candidates for the 2012 elections. The Senate races will be critical in 2012 and many more democrats will be vulnerable this time around and might tip power toward small-government candidates. I’ll even support a small-government Democrat over a big-government Republican.

    I support repeal as a first step and then reducing regulation such as opening the markets to out of state carriers. And tax-breaks for individuals like tax-free health-savings accounts would also help. Free market solutions will win in the end.

  • TheConservative 01/28/2011 6:11pm


    The bill could have definite effects upon the 2012 election cycle. You mentioned that many more Dems will be vulnerable. To be precise, there are 21 Dems who voted for Obamacare the first time around who are up for reelection in 2012. You can bet that at least a few of them will give some thought to jumping ship and voting for the repeal measure. When combined with all the Republicans in the Senate, it would only take four of these 21 to pass the bill in the Senate and send it to President Obama. A Presidential Veto on the repeal measure would be quite a tool for the Republican Party in 2012.

  • Snexas 01/31/2011 10:21am

    The name of this bill makes me laugh. What’s next the Repeal of Baby Kill Act and the Democrats Suck Act? It’s Republican fear mongering at their best.

  • grant3719 02/02/2011 9:49am

    Obamacare has to be repealed. It dose nothing about the cost of health care! Health Insurance is from the Insurance industry. Health Care is from the Health Care industry. Two differant Industries. The cost of health care is what I pay when I go to the doc. or hospital. Insurance is money I would be giving away.

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    suzieqs 03/30/2011 3:45pm

    Do you really believe repealing this bill will reduce your Health Insurance Premiums? Please! Give me a break, if you’ve already proven your willingness to pay for a higher premium, then the insurance company is not going to reduce it, if this is taken away.

    Just like prices at the pump, price for crude went down, but the price at the pump hasn’t changed to match.

    Besides, it’s just business. Right? Right!

  • BenjaWiz 02/07/2011 10:51am


  • HildaSuf 03/20/2011 10:10pm

    No Republican voted for the healthscare bill/tax.
    This bill was written, passed, and forced on the citizens corruptly.
    Yes, repeal – there is no way of making something so obviously a federal power grab anything near reform.
    We’re not in a free America if people are forced to buy an inferior product, that they passionately do not want.

  • HildaSuf 03/20/2011 10:12pm

    The problem with socialism is sooner or later you run out of other peoples’ money. – may not be exact, but thought is from Margaret Thacher

  • vm7488 09/27/2011 1:22pm

    It just shows how real antagonistic the Republicans are. Eric Cantor doesn’t have a job to serve the American People, his job is to be a Thorn on Obama’s Administration. That’s the one, true, absolute purpose in his life. In fact, if Obama finally suffers, I bet he can die a happy man.

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