Sunday, August 09, 2009

The Folks Are Mad As Hell

I'm thinking Jon Christian Ryter is right. The folks back home are mad as hell for a number of reasons as they should be. "The protesters, in this instance, were not the minority voices of the voting public, they were the voting public. (And, the White House can't steal enough ACORN votes next year to overrule the will of the People who clearly intend to fire a bunch of Congressmen and Senators.)" (Continue reading). I hope and pray that anger will turn out to be good news for the Constitution Party when the 2010 election rolls around. It's time we elect so constitutionalists that will take their oath of office seriously and represent the folks back home instead of the lobbyists that are now paying for their extravagant life styles.

The Jon Christian Ryter column mentions some of the folks that will feel the bad effects of Obama care, "Boxer apparently believes that the American people won't mind if their health care is doled out in dribbles while their children wait weeks or months to visit to the pediatrician when they get sick; or that the elderly won't object to being denied healthcare because old age is eventually terminal anyway." Now that she has Alzheimer's I wonder where that puts my Wife Sue and approximately 5.3 million others that are living with Alzheimer's Disease? Will they get the care they need or will they be told to go home and wait to die?

If there is a chance for you to meet with your elected officials while they are home this month I hope you'll let them know Obamacare is not the fix our country needs.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Always On Watch said...

More than anything else, the arrogance of the utopian Dems is what infuriates me.

Back when Code Pink was marching all over the streets of America, dissent was deemed patriotic. Now that conservatives want to voice objections, another rule applies. The hypocrisy and double standard are astounding.

12:41 PM  
Anonymous Mike B said...

What's astounding is the "hypocrisy and double standard" of the right wing who only a few years ago was calling anyone who questioned the war in Iraq unpatriotic.

Now we have people carrying guns and nazi signs to town hall meetings about healthcare and you guys see no problem with that.

5:09 PM  

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