Sep 30, 2013



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While not known for keeping weekend hours, the U.S. House of Representatives argued over Obamacare late into the night on Saturday. Politico reporter Ginger Gibson tweeted that a few members reeked of alcohol, but it would seem some of them don’t need any liquid courage to make questionable comments.

U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore, D-Wis., used a reference to the Bible to make her point against delaying Obamacare. But paraphrasing from Galatians 6:7, ( ”Be not deceived; God is not mocked” KJV) she deleted God from the scripture.

“Mr. Speaker, be not deceived: the people are not mocked,” Moore said. “In 24 hours if we don’t send an exact bill back to the Senate, not a colon, not a semi-colon, not a paragraph, not a word different, the government will shut down.”

Moore replaced the word “God” with “the people.” But she wasn’t done yet.

“This whole debate is a subterfuge and a proxy for a strong desire to bring this nation to its knees,” Moore said, “and to punish the people for electing Barack Obama president of the United States.”

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