• The House worked all weekend to keep the government running and stop the president’s health care law.  Meanwhile Harry Reid took Sunday off instead of doing the work of the American people.
  • Harry Reid even encouraged president Obama and Democrats to cancel negotiations with Republicans –The Democrats own this mess and they’re not serious about it.
  • President Obama was willing to negotiate with Iran before sitting down with Republicans in Washington.  If the government shuts down it’s because of Obama and the Democrats failed leadership.
  • Speaker Boehner called on Democratic leaders of the Senate to act on the measure passed by the House Saturday night that reflects the opinion of the American people, keep the government open and delay ObamaCare.
  • Senate Democrats are deliberately bringing the nation to the brink of a government shutdown for the sake of raising taxes on medical devices and plowing ahead with the train wreck ObamaCare.  The American people will not stand for it.
  • It’s time that the president and Senate Democrats rise above stubborn partisan politics and act.
  • Republicans are standing on principles that Obamacare is unpopular, hurting American workers and businesses and shouldn’t be funded as we continue to struggle to get our fiscal house in order.
  • On the other hand, Harry Reid and Senate Democrats want to continue funding Obamacare at the expense of passing a budget to keep the government running.
  • Americans overwhelmingly dislike ObamaCare.
  • 55% of Americans disapprove of how Obama is implementing Obamacare
  • Obamacare is forcing employers to make cuts and creating a part-time economy for American workers – look at the local news, we’re seeing it at community colleges, hospitals, school districts, small businesses, Home Depot, Cleveland Clinic, and Walgreens.
  • Harry Reid is putting his 2014 vulnerable Democrats in a tough spot by making them vote (again) to fund a law that is deeply unpopular in their states, despised by Unions, and costing middle class families—especially after the President even delayed implementation for big business.
  • Even Debbie Wasserman Schultz is admitting Obamacare isn’t sacred and Democrats should consider changes.
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