healthcareIn an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal, Dr. Lloyd M. Krieger argues that while the Republicans in Congress are right to seek the repeal or defunding of ObamaCare, “the law has already yielded profound, destructive changes that will not be undone by repeal or defunding alone.” These changes, he says, can only be reversed by “active steps and new laws.”

The director of the Congressional Budget Office believes that ObamaCare, the ballyhooed health-care bill a federal judge recently declared unconstitutional, will force about 800,000 Americans out of the workforce.

A day before a health care opponent DeFundIt.org called for a government shutdown, Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga., left) told CNSNews.com (reported Feb. 10) that he’s committed to de-funding the national health care law. When asked if he thought the Obama Administration would shut down the government as a result, he said “it's in the hands of the President.” Rumors continue to surface that a government shutdown is possible.

Even as stories continue to surface about young girls who have suffered a host of side effects, including death, after taking the Gardasil vaccine, the drug still has not been tested for or proven as cancer-preventing. And now ObamaCare is calling for mandatory vaccinations and proof of updates in order to get healthcare.

Yesterday evening, the “Repealing the Job Killing Health Care Law Act” failed to clear a procedural vote, 47-51. Though Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid had threatened not to bring the measure to the Senate floor, he agreed to allow the bill to come to the floor if Republicans agreed not to filibuster the Federal Aviation Administration bill. The vote was strictly party-line.