Wednesday, August 26, 2009

A New Name For Health-Care Reform 2009

One of the first things I heard on the radio Wednesday morning was the news of Edward Kennedy's death. I figured then that the Obama gang would try to use Kennedy's death to get their health-care reform bill passed. So I was not at all surprised to read, Robert C. Byrd (W.Va.), called for passage of health-care reform in Kennedy's honor. "As a tribute to his commitment to his ideals, let us stop the shouting and name-calling and have a civilized debate on health-care reform, which I hope, when legislation has been signed into law, will bear his name," he said." (Continue Reading) I guess Byrd figures that urging our elected officials to pass it as a tribute to Kennedy will make the Health-Care Control Act a little easier to swallow. I feel that Byrd may have stooped to a new all time low by trying to use a deceased persons name to get a piece of unwanted (By the folks back home) legislation passed. Get ready for the next round folks their coming to ram the Edward M. Kennedy Memorial Health-Care-Control Act Of 2009 down your throat.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

Thanks go to:
The Washington Post


Blogger Katherine Thayer said...

This will only help unite conservatives to remind us of how much we dislike what he stood for. I respect that he stood for somethings however but to honor him with a dead bill would be a dishonor and quite gimmicky. Would you name the auto industry bailout bill, which is under water, the Mary Jo Kapechne bill?

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