Michael Hammond: Attach Obamacare to Debt Limit Bill to Repeal

Monday, 24 Jan 2011 04:43 PM

By Dan Weil

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Michael Hammond, former general counsel to the Senate Steering Committee has an idea for how to repeal Obamacare. Republicans should add repeal on to either a debt limit or continuing resolution spending, he writes on RedState.com.

Obamacare, repeal, Michael, Hammond, debt“We are probably only about four Senate votes short of sending the repeal bill to Obama’s desk in the 112TH Congress,” Hammond says.

“And, if Republicans have the courage to tack repeal onto the debt limit or continuing resolution, even without those four votes, the House will have the capacity to present Obama with a choice: sign the Obamacare repeal or shut down the administration’s rulemaking powers for the next two years. That’s right. No regulatory cap-and-trade. No NLRB requirements that employers encourage unionization. No BATF gun registries for multiple sales. No massive new administratively designated wilderness areas. No taxpayer funded TV commercials touting Obamacare. No Obamacare implementation.”





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