"A wise and frugal government which shall restrain men
from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government."
(Thomas Jefferson)

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Pres. vs Vice Pres: “Pure Theater”

Today we witnessed Republicans bring their "A" team to do battle. Every last Republican was armed with facts and not afraid to dispute Obama and the Democrats. The Democrats brought their "C" team who came prepared with 'sob stories' and most not knowing what was in their own healthcare bills. Then we had to stop and think that just maybe this is the best the Democrats can offer in the way of spokesman since the Progressives now run the show in the House, Senate, and the White House.

None of the Democrats were interested in hearing about what the American people were saying so come November 2nd, 2010, it is time we showed the Democrats they should have listened instead of telling us we are not interested in the process of passing Healthcare in the Senate. According to Obama we don't care if it is 51 votes or 60 votes. Obama and the Democrats are dead wrong -- the American people in large numbers are against reconciliation or nuclear option in the Senate which require only 51 votes.

Republicans may be the Minority Party but they are the only ones standing up for the American people which showed today.

Pres. vs Vice Pres: “Pure Theater”

Washington, Feb 25 -

PRESIDENT OBAMA: “I Hope That This Isn’t Political Theater.” (President Obama, Health Care Summit, 2/25/10)

VICE PRESIDENT BIDEN: On Today’s Summit: “Could Be Pure Theater.” “Vice President Joe Biden said Wednesday that Democrats are ready to work with any good ideas Republicans bring to today's White House summit on health care reform, but he also said the event ‘could be pure theater.’” (“Biden Open To Finding Deal On Health Care Reform,” [Delaware] News Journal, 2/25/10)

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