Monthly Archives: March 2010

Month: March 2010 We Are Expected To Believe (excerpt)

I can only say, I wish I’d written this. “Health Care Plan Gains Favor,” insists the White House message, echoed incessantly by the me-too media and passed off as news across the land. After all, they had to kick through the door and pass the bill so we can see the beauty within it. And it was a great and

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Month: March 2010 A Partial Reading List for Today

Obama’s campaign promise of change left out the bit about its being change in which those who think they know what’s good for us pass a law that most of us oppose with a passion. The Daily Beast Bully State Had Enough? Where Were You When the Republic Died? Declaration of Dependence The Moment Yes, I read the last one

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Month: March 2010 Just The Table of Contents

Finally have access to a copy of the bill. Took forever to download. Reading through just the table of contents, there are several things that scare the hell out of me already! Many, many (I know, I know, I haven’t counted them yet, but I will and will let you know how many is many.) references to “the shared costs

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Month: March 2010 House Passes Health Care Reform Bill

I’ve started on a new reading project tonight; the entire health care reform bill as just passed by our House of Grift-resentatives. I figure since they haven’t read it, I might as well. At somewhere (is anybody really sure?) between 4 and 6 thousand pages, I should be at if for a couple weeks, anyway. Also, for future reference, you

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Month: March 2010 Health Care Debate, Just One Question

Okay, still watching the proceedings. I think this whole hours long day of debate could be reduced to a single question. Line up each and every representative in the House of Representatives and ask them one at a time with cameras rolling, “Have you read this entire bill, cover to cover?

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