Tuesday, December 22

backlash



Thank God Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) found language inserted into the Senate Health Care reform bill that makes certain provisions PERMANENT. Future Congresses cannot repeal parts of government run health care.

That's unconstitutional. As is the Health Care bill itself.

It's a bill none of the Democrats have even bothered to read, but they worship at the altar of Big Government and they want permanent power. Also unconstitutional.

The bill is full of pay-offs, bribes and exemptions for Nebraska, Michigan, Florida, Massachusetts, California, Connecticut, Louisiana and others. Why should citizens in Texas or Colorado or Utah not be treated the same under Medicare as other states?

The Democrats are killing themselves ahead of 2010 and they don't even know it.

Rep. Bart Stupak (D-MI) is claiming that The White House and the so-called 'Democratic' leadership (think American terrorists Pelosi and Reid) are pressuring him to remain silent on abortion language in the Senate health bill.

That's unconstitutional. And completely un-Democratic.

Rep. Parker Griffith (D-AL) has said that "he can no longer align himself with a party that continues to pursue legislation that is bad for our country, hurts our economy and drives us further and further into debt," is switching to the Republican Party.

More Griffith:
“Unfortunately there are those in the Democratic Leadership that continue to push an agenda focused on massive new spending, tax increases, bailouts and a health care bill that is bad for our healthcare system,” Griffith said in a statement. “I have always considered myself to be an independent voice and I have tried to be that voice in Congress – but after watching this agenda firsthand I now believe that the differences in the two parties could not be more clear and that for me to be true to my core beliefs and values I must align myself with the Republican party and speak out clearly on these issues."
The Speaker of the House has said that she's willing to sacrifice the seats of moderate Dems to pass health care. The problem for her might be those very same moderate Dems. Pelosi is Speaker thanks to 49 other members who represent districts that voted for McCain in 2008.

Griffith might be just the beginning of the end of Nancy. Wouldn't that be a great day for America?

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