Obama's- Health Care -A History?

Obama only unprecedented and commemorating victory now faces jeopardy as Republican Scott Brown has stunned Massachusetts based Democrat Martha Coakley, to fill the Senate seat of the late Edward Kennedy. Well what is prophetic is that now the Obama’s policies especially the health bill is going to be the scapegoat of politic pretensions. With the health care bill under the senate and nearly passed entitling every American born to social security through medical facility from the side of the government stands at a disrupting juncture. 
Previously 60 senate votes to Obama gave him the three fifth majorities required to control any further filibuster or pervading talks on the matter. This sudden change is going to cause his certain entanglement and loss. Republican will keep the heated discussion and prevent any passage of the health care bill.

It is just all around the same feeling last year in January when the Minnesota when Democrat Al Franken beat Republican incumbent Norm Coleman to win the U.S. Senate seat from Minnesota, and after conducting a final recount outcome found Franken edged Coleman by 225 votes out of nearly 2.9 million votes cast, but Coleman's lawyers complained the recount was conducted unfairly and promised a court contest that could take weeks to resolve.
Thus previously it was these meagre 225 votes that had controlled the filibuster from happening however the government of Obama stands highly vulnerable to any shock and much of its policies are going to feel the heat of the day.
"If Scott Brown wins, it'll kill the health bill," said Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass.

Democrats control 60 votes in the Senate, enough to thwart a Republican filibuster of Obama's near-complete health care plan. If Coakley wins, she has said, she will vote, as Kennedy did, with the 57 other Democrats and two independents who side with them. Brown has made clear he would vote against the health plan, which all other Republicans oppose; giving Senate Republicans the 41st vote they need to block the legislation.


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