I agree with Howard Dean, for once. He said they should kill the Senate bill. So does Roland Burris, who is Obama’s replacement in the Senate. He plans to vote against it.
With no public option, the Dems are bailing. So maybe Lieberman did us all a big favor by neutering this beast, even while he said he now supports it. The Democrats still thing they can pass something. I’m hoping they don’t. The last thing we need is this insane clown posse running the medical business. They can’t even do their jobs and they want to run 1/6 of the US economy. The reason we’re in this horrible economy is because of their policies. They have only made things worse, not better.
If the senate bill dies, they will have a hard time getting Obama care passed. Which is why they probably won’t give up. They will try to ram something through on Christmas eve or something. Never have I seen a more out of touch and deaf to the public Congress.
I looked at the calendar on the blog and noticed I haven’t been posting that much lately. Part of it was because I was not feeling too well for a couple weeks. Part of it is because I hate repeating myself, yet I can’t avoid talking about this nonsense. It’s too important. Part of it is just looking at what’s going on and wondering WTF can be done about it. I mean, they are really selling us down the river.
Imagine, if Obama care passes. We will all have a large tax added on to the already extreme taxes we’re paying. And no one will be able to “benefit” from it for three years. And the “benefits” will uncountably be worse than you have now, even if you are uninsured. The pushers of this bill have no idea what they are wishing for. I am talking about the dupes in lefty land who think the Congress can actually deliver something workable.
And then we have the push for climate regulations which will add more costs to our lives, less freedoms. The crooks and cranks in Copenhagen are debating how best to ruin everyone’s economies and increase everyones taxes. And all for an unproved, laughably stupid theory which is constantly finding itself debunked.
But first things first. We need to see Obamacare die. It’s too early to tell if it’s dead yet. But here’s hoping.