Tea Party Protests Heath Care Reform Bill as President Obama plans to Make a Statement Sunday Night anticipating Passage

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[Best Syndication News] It appears that the Health Care Reform bill will very likely be approved today. President Obama is planning to make a formal statement to the nation this Sunday night regarding the historic health care reform.

Obama was reported to made agreements that he would ban the abortion funding from the government which has added democratic party votes in favor of the legislation.

According to CBS News 'Face the Nation' interviewed Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) who is against the health reform, and thinks that it needs to be rewritten.

"We owe it to the American people to do the very best we can to keep this bill from passing so that we can start over and get it right," said McConnell.

The Tea Party is out protesting the health reform in force. There has been some protestors that have racial slurs at political leaders. The Tea Party and the Republican Party is trying to distance themselves from this.

According to Msnbc they reported that around 1,500 – 2,000 Tea Party protestors were at the West portion of the Capitol. They are holding up the 'Don't Tread on Me' signs along with 'Say no to health care reform.'

The Tea Party protestor's signs are threatening gun violence if the reform passes. Thinkprogress.org snagged a photo of the protestors holding up a sign saying “Warning if Brown can't stop it a (drawing of a firearm) a browning can.”



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