Archive for February 26th, 2010

“Ahh.  Good.  Yessssss!  Your hate makes Darth Cheney Strong!”

I am I the only one who would pay good money to witness a 10 minute face-to-face between Cheney and Clownshoe?   Really, someone should set that up and put it on pay-per-view, just to make these socialists grit their teeth even harder at capitialism.

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For the faithful of the Left, Barack Hussein Obama is like The Shadow. He has the power to cloud [leftist] men’s minds. Case in point? My buddy Rutherford, who, after watching the Dhimicrats and their Dear Leader embarrass themselves with the worst execution of a trap that I have seen in my lifetime, asserts:Well, my friends, I’ll tell you what’s gonna happen. Today Barack Obama showed that the Republicans are not interested in increasing ACCESS to health care. They talk a great line about tort reform and cost cutting (with penny ante foolishness like eliminating paperwork) but when it comes to making insurance coverage available to MORE people, they come up completely empty. This is now clear to the American people. The GOP has got nuthin’. 

Now the House will pass the Senate bill and then any adjustments that need to be made will be done through reconciliation. Then come November, the Democrats will run on having gotten something DONE and they will show how the Republicans tried to get nothing done. With that said …. Obama has given the Democrats the green light to get this thing finished. If the Dem’s fail now, they are toast and utterly, completely incompetent.

Except that whole “The GOP got nothin'” bit? Yeah, not exactly true:

In that regard, Republicans have been prolific. Since the beginning of the year, they have introduced more than 35 health care reform bills. Many deal with small slices of the health care debate. For example, one, by Rep. Sam Johnson of Texas, would allow small businesses to band together to negotiate health care plans with providers. Another, by Rep. Darrell Issa of California, would allow nonfederal employees to enroll in the same health care plan that is currently enjoyed by members of Congress and federal employees.

And then there is the little matter of the cost. Just like noooone expects the Spanish Inquisition!, no one really believes that this will cut costs either. And when Paul Ryan took 6 or so minutes to talk about the numbers from the CBO, the group actually charged with figuring out what these little love letters from Congress cost we, the unhappy recipients, Barack Hussein Obama looked like someone peed in his ice cream. It was like Congressman Ryan didn’t realize that he was actually addressing Barack Hussein Obama, who didn’t appreciate anyone making light of the fact that a gargantuan increase in a government entitlements don’t save us money, especially when the entitlements they already gave to us are choking the states, and ballooning uncontrollably. I especially like the look on Barack Hussein Obama’s face at 5:25. 

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