The House of Representatives (what the f*** they represent is anyone’s guess) passed their 1,990 page “One small step for the Left, one giant leap into Socialism” bill last night.
Does anyone feel better?
The only thing that was accomplished was the alienation of millions of voting Americans. Not that it will matter anymore. Normally, I would plead with you to start working on your Senators. Let them know that you consider this a slap in the face. Implore them to vote against the Democrats’ bill. Will it change anything? Sadly, I find myself looking at this from a “glass half-empty” viewpoint.
Obama and his litter of uber-loyal puppies in Congress have once again looked down their noses at us in disdain. Just as they did last week on election night.
“Poor, pitiful little Americans. The Gubernatorial races in Virginia and New Jersey are meaningless! NY-23 was the race that mattered.” Really? Hmmm…maybe they ought to rethink that. Owens won because the Republicans can’t get their act together. The method of choosing candidates in NY-23 is archaic and obviously did not reflect the wishes of the voters in that district. Had the GOP asked their constituents to choose the candidate to run against Owens, the results would have been much different. So, Obama’s manipulation of Congress succeeded. McHugh got a cushy administration job and the Democrats gained a seat. Score one for “He who walks on water”.
There is one bright spot to all of this. Chances are the Senate won’t vote on their version of the Health Care bill until after the holidays. That takes us into 2010, a mid-term election year. Congress will be debating Health Care while trying desperately to get re-elected. If we don’t waste this opportunity, maybe we have a chance…