Republicans vow to repeal health-care bill

March 24, 2010

The new bill that redefines U.S. health-care coverage will be repealed if it becomes law, some prominent Republicans predicted Monday, a day before President Barack Obama is expected to make it so.

House Democratic leaders signed the bill Monday as a matter of procedure. Obama is expected to sign the bill into law in a special ceremony on Tuesday, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said Monday afternoon.

Jubilant Democrats, however, have not heard the last of the debate, Senator John McCain of Arizona said Monday, adding that he was repulsed by “all this euphoria going on.”

McCain told ABC’s Good Morning America that outside the Washington, D.C., area, “the American people are very angry” and don’t like the bill.

“We’re going to repeal this,” he pledged.

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1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • Vern Miskell says:

    I’m glad to see John McCain standing up for what the people want. The celebrations of the Dems, tells us exactly what this whole thing is about. Much like the middle east was to Bush, this healthcare overhaul is the prize monkey for Obama. Unfortunately in both cases the burden of this monkey goes on our backs, and the backs of generations to come. SHAME ON US ALL!

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