In theory the Dems believe "Deem and Pass" would free the Democrats from being personally held accountable to the people thereby lessening the chance they'll be booted out of office in November.
Obama has refused to go on record on the new plot to overthrow the government of the people, by the people and for the people.
In response, the GOP is going to force a vote on whether they should vote
Adding a wrinkle to the ongoing war of words between the two parties over the propriety of using the "deem and pass" strategy for the Senate health care bill, the GOP will introduce a resolution "ensuring an up-or-down vote" on the Senate bill following "at least one hour of debate" on the measure.
Rep. Parker Griffith (Ala.) -- who switched from Democrat to Republican in December primarily because of his opposition to health reform -- is expected to introduce the resolution Tuesday, according to GOP aides. Democrats could move to table the measure or refer it to committee, but no matter what, lawmakers will have to take some sort of vote this week on the question of whether the proposed strategy should be allowed.
"By supporting this resolution, Democrats can demonstrate that they will not try to hide from their constituents," Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) said.
Barack Hussein's idea of bringing the country to unity has turned out to be the most divisive President in the history of American politics. He's even driven the people on his side of the isle into mistrusting their own leader.
I never thought I'd say this, but Obama surpasses Romney as numero uno on the index of intellectually dishonest politicians.