ObamaCare Continues To Go Down in Flames
Listen and you will hear the growing chant from Obama/Pelosi/Reid as they criticize the Republicans for opposing health care reform. Quite laughable since to pass ObamaCare – no Republicans are required. This time the Democrats must do the dirty deed alone with no cover in sight. Everyone will know exactly where to tag the blame – everything is out in the open.
It’s a Democratic Party show.
The Democrat playbook is open and the most popular play is to blame the Republicans. With overwhelming Democrat majorities in the House and Senate, this attack carries no credibility. The Republicans simply don’t have enough votes to stop anything.
If the truth won’t work then create a lie. The Democrats are claiming that the Republican are using lies and scare tactics to create misconceptions. The plan here is to blame the other party for doing exactly what you are doing. It’s blame the Republicans all over again, but as we already know – not enough votes.
ObamaCare means Democrat leaders want sweeping reform, but complain that it is hard because the forces of the status quo are resisting. Since the Democrats claim to be on the side of reform and if they fail it’s the Republicans fault for stopping them. Again laughable, because there are not enough votes.
Are you beginning to see a pattern?
How can you not laugh when Obama says of the Republicans that they are playing politics? Well gee Mr. President, they are politicians what else would they be playing? The reality is that the number one job of the opposition party is to oppose, especially when the Obama plan is so blatantly destructive to the long-term health of the nation.
It seems that the majority of people finally have an idea of what ObamaCare is all about so the Democrats are finding it decidedly awkward to continue lying to their constituents. It’s not over yet, but there is a good chance that ObamaCare is going down in flames.
I suggest in the mean time that we continue to help fan the flames. Then when cooler heads prevail, look at the existing health care system, keep what works and fix what can be fixed.