Congress on Friday approved a budget framework that would smooth the way for an eventual vote on dismantling the outgoing president’s signature health care law. The House voted 227-198 for the measure, following a vote in the Senate earlier this week.
“Much too much” has been made over the FBI’s report that Hillary Clinton didn’t know the “C” markings on her emails meant they were confidential, and Americans shouldn’t be too concerned, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Monday.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi plans to talk to fellow Democrats on the House Benghazi committee about whether they should boycott further proceedings by the panel—a decision she says is theirs to make, not hers.
Note: All of them would be put on welfare. The US is making plans to accept 10,000 Syrian refugees in the coming budget year, a significant increase from the 1,500 migrants that have been cleared to resettle in the U.S. since civil war broke out in the Middle Eastern country more than four years ago, the White House said Thursday.
Of course they will protect him, as he’s one of them. House Democrats have vowed to back Speaker John Boehner if tea party Republicans attempt to oust him from his leadership position. Proves it right there, he’s really a Demonrat.
The widespread disagreement in Congress over President Obama’s unilateral actions on immigration that nearly resulted in a partial shutdown of the Homeland Security Department resumes Monday — with Democrats, Republicans, senators and congressmen all pointing fingers.
Democrats are pushing back against a bipartisan $1.1 trillion government funding bill over a provision tucked into the massive measure that would ease banking rules aimed at avoiding another taxpayer-funded banks’ bailout.
On Thursday, Nancy Pelosi claimed she didn’t know who ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber is, after several tapes surfaced showing him gloating about how the law was written to take advantage of the stupidity of the American voter.
Pelosi and her “wise” words prove what a fool she is. Although many Democrats have distanced themselves from Obamacare, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi admits, but for the most part, there are a “couple hundred” Democrats in the House who are proud of what has been accomplished.