Notorious kidder Pelosi: Obamacare was ‘bipartisan’

Notorious kidder Pelosi: Obamacare was ‘bipartisan’

[Ed. – Although not one Republican voted for it.  We’re in an epic, epic time, my friends.]

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) now says the process of passing Obamacare in 2010 was “bipartisan,” and that only “tweaks” were made to the healthcare law using the reconciliation budgetary process. …

Obamacare passed in the House on March 21, 2010 with no Republican votes in favor of it and 34 Democrats voting against it.

During a press conference Friday, CNSNews.com had the following exchange with Pelosi:

[…]

Pelosi: Actually… The Affordable Care Act was passed not under reconciliation when it first came to the Congress.

So the main part of the bill – House and Senate – was not under reconciliation. …

CNS: But it passed without a single Republican vote.

Pelosi: Well …  60 Democrats then and then the two bills passed and then the Senate bill was a little bit different from the House bill, so some of those changes were not, shall we say, structural; it was just some changes in the legislation that did go under reconciliation. But by and large the whole process was done with the 60 votes – hundreds of hearings, bipartisan, over and over again.

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