BREAKING: British Lawmakers Reject Plan to Bomb Syria

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This is why Obama didn’t want congress to have the ability to strike down his incredibly dangerous and pointless plan to bomb Syria. The British parliament just voted on a measure, and voted against it.

Not only would bombing Syria spark possible global war with Iran, Russia, and other countries, but it’s also completely pointless. Even Obama’s staff openly admits the goal is to bomb Syria “just enough” that Obama isn’t mocked. Yes, it really is that petty.

In the end, the United States should have absolutely nothing to do with Syria. Not the government, not the radical rebels — nothing. If the people of the United States want to help with charity, that’s one thing. Using tax dollars and American weapons? That’s out of the question.

From FoxNews.com:

British lawmakers on Thursday rejected a measure that would have given preliminary approval to military intervention in Syria, in a major setback for both British Prime Minister David Cameron and the Obama administration.

Contact your congressperson now and let them know that if Obama goes ahead without congressional approval, then it’s an illegal, unconstitutional act that is an impeachable offense.

BREAKING: British Lawmakers Reject Plan to Bomb Syria.

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Obamacare poll shock: 77 per cent want the individual mandate repealed or delayed, as the House passes a bill to block IRS enforcement

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A healthcare media company sponsored a scientific poll of more than 2,000 registered voters, and found a stunning 77 per cent want to see Obamacare’s individual health insurance mandate delayed or scrapped entirely. That includes 49 per cent who want the mandate killed.

Just 11 per cent agreed with the Obama administration’s contention that fully implementing the president’s signature health care law will lower their ‘ total health care costs, such as appointment co-payments, monthly premiums, deductibles and drug co-payments.’

The Morning Consult commissioned the online poll from Survey Sampling International, Inc. Its margin of error is 2 percentage points.

The shocking level of public discontent comes along with news that members of Congress and their staffs have struck a deal with the White House to subsidize their enrollment in health care exchanges with taxpayer dollars.

And the House of Representatives passed a bill Friday that would deny the IRS any funding to operate or enforce the health care law.

Anti-Obamacare protesters may have the pulse of America after all, judging from the latest polling data to emerge about the Affordable Care Act

Anti-Obamacare protesters may have the pulse of America after all, judging from the latest polling data to emerge about the Affordable Care Act

Obamacare poll shock: 77 per cent want the individual mandate repealed or delayed, as the House passes a bill to block IRS enforcement | Mail Online.