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All Rhetoric- No Reality from White House on Health Care

March 6, 2010
  • All Rhetoric, No Reality from White House on Health Care

    Posted: Thu, 04 Mar 2010 14:55:27 -0500

    Flanked, again, by doctors in lab coats, President Barack Obama gave yet another speech this afternoon urging Congress to pass his health care reform plan.

    The President again claimed his plan lowers health care costs. It doesn’t.

    The President again claimed his plan would not give government bureaucrats or insurance company bureaucrats more control over health care. It does.

    The President again claimed that “if you like your plan, you can keep your plan. If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.” That simply is not true.

    The President again said his plan gives the American people the same health care as Members of Congress. It doesn’t.

    The President again claimed his plan is paid for. It is not. …

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  • ObamaCare roundup: 3-4-10 – news, quotes and observations

    Posted: Thu, 04 Mar 2010 10:54:48 -0500

    Some of the latest from the ongoing debate over ObamaCare…

  • Obama orders full speed ahead

    The Washington Times op-ed has a nice paragraph that summarizes fairly simply why the plan needs to be defeated.

    At stake is the biggest policy initiative of the year-old Obama presidency, a rewrite of the nation’s health care system that would trim hundreds of billions of dollars from Medicare, expand Medicaid, mandate that every American join a plan and rewrite rules telling insurance companies how they can operate.



  • Democrats exiting the sinking ship?–Part 26

    Posted: Thu, 04 Mar 2010 10:41:18 -0500

    Congressman Eric Massa of the 29th district of New York has announced that he is retiring. Politico reports that there are allegations that he sexually harassed a staffer and that he has health issues, so let us say it is not clear exactly what precipitated his decision. In addition, this was anything but a safe seat. Massa defeated Republican incumbent Randy Kuhl in 2008 by a 51%-49% margin while John McCain was carrying the district 50%-48%. Massa lost to Kuhl 51%-49% in 2006; George W. Bush carried the district 56%-42% in 2004.

    In November Massa voted against the House Democrats’ health care bill, charging that it did not go far enough; it’s a good guess that the Democratic leadership will work to get his vote for the Senate bill. …

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  • (we ask, how much more leftist policy can this bill exude before it become completely unrecognizable by the system of American Governance?)


  • America:”Screw You!”; Obama:”I Want It Now!”

    Posted: Thu, 04 Mar 2010 09:03:30 -0500

    You could tell just as soon as his props started filing out, most likely low-level White House staffers in the obligatory white lab coats left over from the rose garden hoopla a while ago. You could tell by the overbearing look of arrogance on his face. You could tell from the first sentence out of his mouth that there wouldn’t be a word of truth or forthrightness coming out of him.

    Rush, Hannity and Levin said much the same thing, that there was not one bit of truth, fact or substance in anything he said. This guy is not really a convincing liar, you’d have to have seriously bought into the whole Obama persona thing to swallow it.

    Flashback: A Staffer Hands Out The Props.

    In his hubris he demanded an up or down vote on the bill within weeks, indicating use of the reconciliation process for passage without calling it that. Facing uniform opposition from the GOP and not a few Democrats, Obama, like Nancy Pelosi on ABC Sunday, called for loyal Democrats to fall on their swords while acknowledging that the legislation wasn’t very popular, by saying that he ‘didn’t know where it was going politically’. Master of understatement! America overwhelmingly despises this bill and everything to do with it.  read more »

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