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GOP: Michael Steele Was Not At Voyeur West Hollywood

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Michael Steele

(Best Syndication News) The Republican Party is investigating the expenditure of nearly two thousand dollars at the Voyeur West Hollywood strip club in February. The party denies that the Chairman, Michael Steele, was present at the club but is not sure who was or is not revealing the information.

“The chairman was never at the location in question”, the party said in a statement without mentioning the name of the club. Apparently there was $1,946 spent at the bondage-themed nightclub where topless women dancers imitate lesbian sex.

Poll: Tea Party Could Help Democrats Win Next Election

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Tea Party Protest - source: wikimedia

(Best Syndication News) Some have described the atmosphere outside the capital over the weekend as a circus, but there were also some angry Americans who wanted their voice heard. A recent poll found that 44 percent will vote for a Republican and 39 will vote for a Democrat in November.

The Republican Party is back on track, but there is a hitch. The poll, which was conducted by the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, found that the Tea Party could hurt Republicans. In 1992 Ross Perot was able to siphon-off Republican votes from George Bush Sr. which helped Bill Clinton win the Presidency.

President Obama signs Health Care Bill into Law – 13 States files Lawsuits opposing it and Rush Limbaugh going to Costa Rica

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President Obama – source: .gov

[Best Syndication News] President Obama gathered a crowd along with the media to capture the historic signing of the Health Care Reform into law. During the event, Obama mentioned his mother who fought cancer and the health insurance companies at the same time. Obama also had a young boy at the press conference signing that had lost his mother back in 2007 because she couldn't get the treatments needed because she couldn't get health insurance.

At the same time the Republican GOP party is acting on the other side of the spectrum with a staunch opposition to the passage of the health care reform. They are saying that it is a violation of rights to force an individual to pay for something that they are not participating in as a consumer. The dangerous part of this argument is that if they are proven to be in the correct, this could change the way hospitals treats a person in an emergency. They could turn away a person if they do not have insurance, because that person opted out of the consumption of medical services.

Health Care Vote Results Passes and President Obama plans to sign into Law this Tuesday

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[Best Syndication News] The long debated health care reform has been approved by the legislative branches over the weekend. The final signing into law will be completed on Tuesday by President Obama. This legislation has many of the features not going into effect until 2014.

The legislation will force individuals and businesses larger than 50 employees, to purchase health insurance or be faced with a penalty. If you are low-income you won't have to pay. If you have an employer that already provides health insurance and you make less than $200,000 per year you won't see any big changes in your current situation.

The health care bill is estimated to cost $938 billion and will be paid for by tax increases on wealthy along with cuts in Medicare. There will be 32 million Americans the will be able to get health insurance coverage that would have be denied insurance because of pre-existing conditions.

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.

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