Saturday, February 20, 2010
If Republicans don't "finally" reform health care like Obama wants, they don't want Americans to have peace of mind??
Do you all get what Obama's doing now? Read THIS! He simply can't ABIDE with the idea that some Americans, many Americans, don't want government-run health care and he resents the hell out of Republicans not going right along with him, so it's important to tell America that our whole legislative procedures are falling apart.....read this:
"What's being tested here is not just our ability to solve this one problem, but our ability to solve any problem," Obama said. (Z: what's he implying here? We need a new form of government?)
Then he says...."Next week is our chance to finally reform our so it works for families and small businesses. It's our chance to finally give Americans the peace of mind of knowing that they'll be able to have affordable coverage when they need it most."
See? This is about Republicans just NOT WANTING TO HELP FAMILIES, to take away their 'peace of mind'.......right? (wrong) The Republicans have been clear that they don't want a government take over and I'm wondering why that's so hard for Obama to HEAR that.
One of my more liberal readers, the other day, commented that Republicans HAVE been involved in the health care package's development. Yesterday, I heard a Tennessee Democrat politician (I'm sorry I did not get his name or if he was a Senator or Congressman) tell an interviewer that the Republicans have not had one idea for health care. Which is it? What are people believing out there? Obama obfuscates, too, he doesn't have this many media people on the White House Staff for nothing: Elizabeth Jarvis-Shean, White House Research Director; Daniella Gibbs Leger, Director of Message Events; Macon Phillips, Director of New Media; Christina Reynolds, Director of Media Affairs; Dag Vega, Director of Broadcast Media; Dana E. Singiser, White House Office of Legislative Affairs, Amy Brundage, Regional Communications Director; Cammie Croft, Deputy New Media Director; Jason Djang, Deputy Director for Video; Corey Ealons, Director of African American Media and Coordinator of Special Projects; Shin Inouye, Director of Specialty Media; Jesse Lee, Online Programs Director; Katherine Lyons, Deputy Director of Message Events; Luis Miranda, Director of Hispanic Media; Moira Mack Muntz, Regional Communications Director; Katie Stanton, Director of Citizen Participation; Joelle Terry, Deputy Director of Message Events; Gannet Tseggai, Regional Communications Director; and Samantha Tubman, Assistant Social Secretary) Where else do you think he gets the phrases that are so well aimed at influencing Americans?....He says things so exquisitely, so damningly...so condemningly, and he damns our whole legislative process and mischaracterizes because he's NOT HAPPY PEOPLE AREN'T GOING ALONG WITH HIM.
Instead of really listening, he insinuates Republicans are just angry and mean and not willing to help Americans.............and most Americans hear this and run with it. (except it appears that most Americans don't want government controlled health care either, so, there's some hope).
What a way to start that meeting next week, huh? Oh, and he IS listening to Conservatives.....finally.............get this: Next week's session WILL FINALLY be broadcast on C-SPAN!! Thanks, Mr. President....must be hard to finally live up to your campaign promises. But, really, finally you ARE being 'transparent' to those of us who see through you......you've set up that meeting and the broadcast with the rhetoric I site above that if Republicans don't agree to all you want to do, this broadcast will SHOW how they DON'T CARE! Pretty darned good, Mr. President. I'd say those media-types you have there at the White House are worth their weight in.........our tax dollars. To you.