Monday, March 15, 2010

If Obama makes history, America will remember ~ By Herman Cain

Will this be the week? Will Obama and the Demoncrats make history with a really rotten health care bill that allows the government the power to control us from cradle to grave, along with 1/6 of the economy? And they KNOW that a majority of the people do not want this travesty passed. They just can't seem to hear us.

Okay, folks, on the count of three, I want to hear you all loud and clear:


We have a president who is determined to make history for the wrong reasons with the wrong ideas, and Democrats in Congress who are willing to follow him over that cliff with gimmicky accounting, and parliamentary trickery to pass sweeping liberal legislation at any cost. Despite the massive outcry from the voters at rallies and town-hall meetings, and through phone calls and e-mails to members of Congress, the president and Democratic leaders have shown absolutely no sign of listening to the people.

They are listening to themselves, and their most liberal constituencies.

By Herman Cain

Posted: March 15, 2010 ~ 1:00 am Eastern

© 2010

America is on a dangerous cliff called Divided.

President Obama is trying to push through a health-care deform plan most of Americans do not want. Congress is fiercely divided between Democrats and Republicans. Democrats are divided in Congress over which version of Medicare's ugly twin sister to pass. And Republicans are divided on how to deliver their message for the way forward.

The president's last ditch effort to resurrect and pass any version of health-care deform is a direct slap in the face of the American people, and his Democrats in Congress are slapping us with the other hand. The president continues the false rhetoric that we must pass health-care deform because it is going to reduce costs, cover more people and increase the quality of care. House Speaker Pelosi says, "We must pass the bill first, so that you can find out what's in it." What?

And let's not forget Obama's other reason for wanting to pass health-care legislation: "It would be historic." Yes, Mr. President, it would be a historic disaster. Just look at all of the other countries that have gone down this same road to health-care disaster before and are now unable to reverse their course.

But the fierce division between the Democrats and the Republicans on health-care legislation is not all bad because their philosophical approaches to addressing our health-care cost issues are polar opposites. As a result, the Republicans have not compromised because, in this case, you can't just "split the baby" in the interest of political compromise.

The Republicans' resistance, plus the courage of enough moderate Democrats to not cave in to the pressure (bribery) of the president and the Democrat leadership has, so far, saved us from a power grab unmatched in history.


March 9, 2010 - Pelosi: we have to pass the health care bill so that you can find out what is in it

Video provided by rexanders8

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