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Monday, March 22, 2010

Backlash Against Republican Disinfo?

For all the ways the health care reform bill is imperfect and is far less than what the people deserved, one thing is clear. The Republican/Conservative rhetoric was atrociously wrong and shameful (e.g. death panels, socialized medicine, government takeover, etc.).

I can only hope, once the reforms are reality, that rank-and-file Republicans, conservative white "real" "teabagging" Americans, finally realize how badly they were misled-- and rise up and reject their thuggish, heartless and asinine political leaders.

Then we might actually have some real change in this country.

Aww, who am I kidding.... these people are never going to see through the lies.


Blogger engineer said...


Most egregious behavior on the part of the left, ever. Completely ignores the reality. Totally myopic.

The New Republic

"Obama, who helped pull the country out of a depression and reshaped the health care system, has already accomplished far more than Clinton."

The struggling middle class will be destroyed. The last hope, last rung in the ladder of the Rulers.

The right has it right for once. TownHall, etc.

Will only benefit the massively already out of control sick care system.

10:51 AM  
Blogger nickname said...

The GOP has the potential to make the Democratic Party instantly irrelevant to the lives of voters.

All it needs to do is come out in support of 100% fully guaranteed universal health care for all Americans.

Present health insurers would not be put out of business but American businesses would now have a good reason to reverse the outsourcing of jobs from overseas, our manufacturing sector would once again be competitive, and the U.S. would resume its rightful position as the envy of the world for its high standard of living and
the progressive form of capitalism
which makes it all possible.

Mitt Romney could quietly gather support from leading Republicans and CEOs from all across the fruited plains, purchase TV air time on all the major networks and give a speech for the Ages with such a pronouncement.

The momentum in his and the GOP's favor would be formidable and unstoppable. Democrats would be properly perceived for what they are: hucksters on the take.

10:57 AM  
Blogger spooked said...

engineer-- I disagree

nickname-- not going to happen, but it would be awesome if they had the guts to do it

11:37 AM  
Blogger engineer said...

US is not coming out of the depression and can not with the huge debt and increasing deficits.

Sick care has to be balanced by eliminating wars anywhere. Otherwise, no one has it, eventually.

State sponsored sick care is good in principle, of course, as in some EU lands.

The EU countries have a more homogeneous contributor system. They have always had sick care costs under control. In the US, more greedy profits. They will find a way. Who pays?

Number of babies per family in Germany is 1.4 per. Standard Hispanic family in the SW US, 4 to 5 babies.

EU countries have minimal military budgets since the US covers them.

US medical business

The catch to state health care: Run by self-serving bureaucrats.

12:34 PM  
Blogger engineer said...

pharam owned health care - what else in Gov/Corp

accountabiity - good sense - Paul Ryan

$health collection police state

police state - more government

2:49 PM  

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