..but the republican effort was quite lame.
Despite what the majority of the public thinks (50.8% opposed,
RealClear Politics poll average, 3/28), obama and the main stream media
are all giddy over the passing of obamacare.
He has won the war of rhetoric and since we will not know for sure that
this bill is a front and a fraud for another 7-10 years, obama has the
won the privilege to run about the country as egotistical as ever.
Some in the media will print what lies in the bill below obama's
guess-work rhetoric and expose what the bill really means to the
Despite the sensibility of some of these discoveries, some exposed by
facts, obama has the advantage in knowing none of it will be actually
proven until his presidency is dead and gone.
What a wonderful position for a sleazy politician to find himself.
obama has put off the guts of the bill for another 5 years and until
then he and his foot soldiers will be able to cast any opposing
opinions on the bill as right-wing, tea-bagging nonsense...as politics
as usual and as actions of the status quo.
He'll use pretty speeches and half-assed comedic statements on the
stump to energize and indoctrinate his already blind supporters in
believing his continued rhetoric.
Because we will not see the tragic consequences of this bill's passing until it slaps us up side the head.
obama's staff has told us that they have a mega-marketing campaign
planned to get the word out on what is in the bill. Shouldn't this
have been something they did months ago?
Actually they have, using the same rhetoric and dragging out some poor
crippled person or cancer patient to exploit for political gain.
They will not tell us what is actually in the bill or what it will
actually mean to us, really, what they will tell you is how great
change is and this is something you can believe in.
If you are not questioning why we never heard detailed specifics on how
this bill will work and its affects on the country from obama, his foot
soldiers, and the media, then obama's rhetoric will fire you up silly
and you will clap your hands with glee while God blesses your ignorance
and the Constitution protects it.
We will be indoctrinated, not informed, with the message the
administration wants us to believe this bill will do and what it
means. Unless we dig and search for the truth, obama has the advantage
of hiding behind the curtain and providing us only with bright lights,
pretty words, and stories of woe.
Most presidents will seek support from the public before a bill is
passed, obama has changed this method by first passing the bill no
matter what the public thinks.
Because he is well aware of how infatuated the public can be over
pretty speeches and clever denouncements of the opposition's silly, off
focus antics; especially when supported by a biased and unprofessional
With that infatuation, that indoctrination, obama can claim a huge
victory for change and thus an even bigger 'I told you so' at election
time...yet, like his election, a claim based solely on style and
lacking substantive substance.
It could have been different. Republicans in Congress should have done
their job and reported to their constituencies the more egregious
elements of this bill. Similarly, the voting public could have done
their research and added a little thought to imagine what could
actually happen under this bill and its affect on further legislation.
Republicans instead stuck by the "scrap it and start over" plan which
was not a crowd pleaser and which was heavily criticized by the media.
Not a good plan.
They played into obama's play on the obstructionist angle and they paid for it.
Then when they did offer 29 amendments to change the bill, obama's foot soldiers gleefully rejected the whole lot.
Yet it did not matter, obama has won the war of rhetoric.
obama could sleep with eldrick's leftovers now and it wouldn't matter for health care...he has won the war of rhetoric.