House Republicans on July 11 voted to once again repeal President Obama’s health care reform law, a move doomed to failure in the Democratic-led Senate.

Since the creation of the law, GOP congressmen have made more than 30 attempts to either repeal the law as a whole or get rid of certain provisions, according to CNN.

“This is nothing short of economic malpractice,” Rep. Nan Hayworth (R-N.Y.) told the Associated Press. “We can and we must do better.”

Obama has said he will veto any repeal that passes through Congress, a virtual impossibility with Senate Democrats ready to thwart the attempt. For that reason, many Congressional Democrats on the hill believe that the House could be spending its time on more productive things.

“We could spend five hours talking about jobs. We could consider a jobs plan that the president offered before this very body,” Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) said on the House floor according to Fox News. “But we won’t. Because we have to go repeal health care again for the thirty-first time.”

Democrats also ramped up election year claims that the law was modeled after Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney’s plan in Massachusetts. Rep. William Clay (D-Mo.) said a July 10 Congressional hearing on health care should have featured an expert from Massachusetts to discuss the plan.

“You know, their views would have been relevant since for the past five years they have been living with comprehensive health care reform, signed into law by Gov. Mitt Romney, that is substantially similar,” Clay said.

Despite the left’s efforts, Republicans say that they want the law stricken from the books, and they’re going to do everything in their power to make it happen.

“That’s why we’ve voted over 30 times to repeal it, defund it, replace it,” House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) said, according to CNN. “And we are resolved to have this law go away and we’re going to do everything we can to stop it.”