Dem's Reconciliation Bill Is Posted; Contains Student Loan Takeover …Update: Boehner Says "We'll Kill It"

Democrats want to swallow up student loans and the American health care industry in one huge bill.
It’s posted here.

You can also read it on Scribd thanks to the Senate Republicans.

(A True Obamanation)


More… Jadedone added:

There are three sections talking about student loans.
pg 916 line 17
pg 1949 line 4
pg 2192 line 1and continues for many pages

might be more, but I just searched for “student loans”. the last page may be it.

Still More… Sandy says:

Student aid portion of bill begins on page 2098.

Willow Rose pointed out the illegal alien and ACORN provisions…

”I am opposed to HB 3200 for a number of reasons. To start with, it is estimated that a federal bureaucracy of more than 150,000 new employees will be required to administer HB3200. That is an unacceptable expansion of a government that is already too intrusive in our lives. If we are going to hire 150,000 new employees, let’s put them to work protecting our borders, fighting the massive drug problem and putting more law enforcement/firefighters out there.” “Other problems I have with this bill include:** Page 50/section 152: The bill will provide insurance to all non-U.S. residents, even if they are here illegally.** Page 58 and 59: The government will have real-time access to an individual’s bank account and will have the authority to make electronic fund transfers from those accounts.** Page 65/section 164: The plan will be subsidized (by the government) for all union members, union retirees and for community organizations (such as the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now – ACORN).**

Remember… Pelosi said, “We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.

UPDATE: GOP Leader John Boehner says: “We’ll kill it.”

UPDATE: This is just a shell.
The Hill reported:

“House Democrats on Sunday night set into motion what they hope will be the final steps on healthcare reform. The House Budget Committee on Sunday evening released text that will serve as the base legislation for the changes the House will seek to the Senate bill this week. Specifically, the Budget committee released a 2,309-page effort that had been previously recommended to the Education and Labor Committee and Ways and Means Committee last year. The measure posted online does not include the substantive changes to the Senate healthcare bill that House Democrats will seek. Those changes will be offered during the markups in the Budget and Rules committees, which the budget panel hopes to begin on Monday afternoon. The House is expected to approve the Senate’s healthcare bill along with the package of changes. The Senate would then be expected to approve the package of changes under budget reconciliation rules.”

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