Saturday, December 19, 2009

KOmmies Now Hate ObamaCare

You can now add the KOmmies to the ranks of those who HATE the Harry Reid version of ObamaCare. For some reason, the Democrats seem intent on committing electoral suicide in order to ensure that some bill, ANY bill, passes the Senate by Christmas. You can see the KOmmie angst over ObamaCare (ReidCare) in this THREAD, "Voters Revolt: Only 33% Support for New Senate Health Care Bill." The KOmmies object to ReidCare because it doesn't include their beloved option. Rational people oppose it because it does way more harm than good. In fact, Robert Byrd may be the first victim of ReidCare because they just wheeled him into the Senate in the middle of a cold snowstorm so he could vote on a Senate procedural vote that would have stalled the ReidCare vote. He sure didn't look healthy and ReidCare just might claim him as a victim. Another victim of ReidCare is Harry Reid's own political career. All he is doing is making himself even more unpopular that he already is in Nevada where they are more likely to terminate his career in 2010. So let us now watch the KOmmies wail about Reidcare in Bolshevik Red while the commentary of your humble correspondent, holding a suicide watch for Democrats, is in the [barackets]:

Voters Revolt: Only 33% Support for New Senate Health Care Bill

[And 100% of Harry Reid is intent on committing political suicide.]

A new Research 2000 poll from the Progressive Change Campaign Committee and Democracy for America shows that voters support a health care bill with a public option by an overwhelming majority, 59% to 31%--but when it comes to the newest Senate health care bill, with mandates and no public option, those numbers are nearly reversed. By caving to Joe Lieberman, Democrats are about to push for a bill with only 33% support.

[Progressive Change in the title of that outfit shows the poll is questionable as far as support for public option. Now on to the other KOmmies...]

let the repubs sink it, and let them own the sinking of heath care reform. then bring it up again in three months, and if they dont cooperate, let them sink it again. then bring it up every 3 months till there arent any republicans left in congress.

[An analysis worthy of one Pied Piper Pitt.]

Democrats should know better than to hang this stinking Albotross around our necks as we go into the 2010 election.

[Thank you, Harry Reid.]

Imagine when people are forced to pay for this junk insurance.

[It would make the current Tea Parties seem like small affairs.]

The peasants are revolting!

[The KOmmies stink on ice!]

This bill is getting shittier by the second, and even the general public knows this.

[ObamaCare started out crappy.]

This is 94 redux--the bill has become so f*cked up with politics, that any good it would have done has already been removed from it.

[Politics? GASP! You mean politicians were bought off to support this bill?]

If the Dems force this bill down people's throats, they will do much worse at the polls.

[With Harry Reid as a victim.]

There's nothing politically to be gained by passing this current bill. NOTHING. When you do something that 2/3 of the country is telling you not to do, they respond by voting against you. That's how things work.

[Get your popcorn ready for Election Night 2010.]

From where I'm sitting, it looks as if the GOP is going to win. Losing the 2008 election will mean jack in the long run (in the short run it's a definite win for the Democrats and the American people as McCain/Palin would be a lot worse) if they are able to let the Democrats commit political suicide with this bill and then regain both houses in 2010 and the WH in 2012. In their world, they win, their large corporate buddies win, the Americans will hate the Democrats for forcing them to buy insurance, Labor will be apathetic at best to Democrats for a few years.....

[Yeah, being FORCED to buy insurance will make the voters just love the Democrats...NOT!]

This constant support of Lieberman so he can do the dirty deeds our leadership wants done but doesn't have the balls to do themselves is sickening. Obama should apologize to Dean.


Sometimes I think Republicans are correct when they say life is cheap to many people on the Left.



Anonymous Anon 1:50 said...

An astonishing turnaround. 33% support from a Progressive Poll?

I only hope that the vote can be held off until after Christmas.

An earful of "NO" in even Dems ears over the break, and this won't pass.

Please Lord, let it be so.

Merry Christmas to you all!

4:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas to you too Anon 1:50.

Lil' troggy boy is no doubt frothing at the mouth again.
Don't hold back troggy boy, dazzle us once again with your keen wit and wisdom....tool.


2:23 AM  
Anonymous DumbAss Tanker said...

Barring one Dem Senator being hospitalized from a car crash caused by driving too fast in the snow to collect his payoff, it looks like they will make it by Christmas.

The process they used to cost this out and obtain the votes is a completely disheartening illustration of institutionalized corruption. In what twisted and artificial 'Standard accounting practice' kind of world can people put together these five things and claim they aren't lying?
(1) Cut Medicare by half a trillion in 'waste' that they strangely haven't managed to eliminate previously;
(2) Increase the eligible beneficiary base of public programs;
(3) Maintain the same standard of care (Both for individual patients, but also collectively, i.e. maintaining or increasing the the number of providers); and
(4) "Reduce the deficit."
(5) If you have to tax for ten years to only give benefits for six to get the (Wildly optimistic) balance sheet to work at all over the first ten years, what the Hell happens in years 11-20?

This is nothing but the rawest prevarication and venality on parade.

If a majority of Americans really want to cut their own econcomic throat, that's the way the cookie crumbles in a democracy. Well, they kind of will be cutting their own throats, when they find those 'Last two expensive years' of end-of-life care stay just as expensive but arrive considerably earlier than they used to. But damn', they ought not to be just lied to and vote-whored into it.

10:41 AM  
Anonymous Kirk Johnson said...

The Senate might very well make their Xmas Eve deadline, but the House doesn't reconvene until early January. The differences need to be ironed-out and the hybrid version revoted on by both Chambers. Only then does it arrive on Bongo's desk.

11:54 PM  

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