Saturday, February 20, 2010

Health Care Not Dead Yet

In the wake of significant losses in Virgina, New Jersey, and most recently, Massachusetts, (and not to mention plummeting approval ratings), the Obama White House is desperate to get health care legislation passed before the task proves truly impossible. President Obama is to reveal his plan Sunday or Monday, which would most likely be voted on as a "privileged budget reconciliation bill," which only needs 51 votes instead of 60.

Unbelievable. More than half the country doesn't think he deserves a second term, the economy isn't really improving (and if it is, it's most likely going to lead to a double-dip), we still have our troops fighting on two fronts, we're facing issues with our foreign relations, our debt is monstrous, and he wants to ram through a bill that most Americans don't want? Good job, Mr. President.

Maybe I'm just too stupid to really understand what's going on.

[Speaking of that, how is it that Americans were smart enough to elect the Great One but too stupid to understand the issues? How does that work?]


Fredd said...

We dolts out here in the Great Unwashed don't know what's best for us, that just must be true based on how hard this guy is trying to jam this garbage down our throat.

The Black Widow said...

Like me people were not paying attention....NOW....I'm paying attention....

The Black Widow