Finally Gettin Feisty!

Which is of course, all that we “Obama Haters” ever wanted.

Well, I suppose we want him to be JUST as feisty on other issues too….like say, War crimes and stuff.


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  2. Jed at DK posted this too. Ill pop it here, if you don’t mind.

    Now there are some in this town who are content to perpetuate the status quo, who are in fact fighting reform on behalf of special interests. There are others who recognize the problem but believe – or perhaps hope – that we can put off the hard work of insurance reform for another day, another year, another decade.

      Just the other day, one Republican Senator said – and I’m quoting him now – “If we’re able to stop Obama on this, it will be his Waterloo. It will break him.”

      Think about that.

      This isn’t about me. This isn’t about politics. This is about a health care system that is breaking America’s families, breaking America’s businesses, and breaking American’s economy.

      We can’t afford the politics of delay and defeat when it comes to health care. Not this time, not now.

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    • Edger on July 20, 2009 at 23:16

    Sheesh! This is horrible. Why does Obama hate Obama?

    What about bipartisan “nice”? That, and running against Palin, is all he needs to win in 2012, isn’t it?

    Who needs health care when we could have bipartisan “nice”, anyway?

    WTF is he doing?!?! Quick, somebody moderate this guy, before he wrecks everything!

  3. I like what he said and that he said it, but it’s far from feisty.

    I want him to call some people out by name and ask them why they hate Americans. That would be feisty!

  4. is what I seem these days to be. How can one reform a system that is called heath care and yet pushes dubious drugs, denies healing to the sick, and say’s hey it’s pay the vig or die. You know I’m not dead yet despite no insurance, despite no machines that search for the fatal bullet thats gonna kill me or my loved ones and did my ancestors in. I don’t want insurance reform I want healers and access to them. Access to s a system does not kill me, that does not take away my life in return for a Frankenstein science offers me no pain no aging no remedies but theirs. Insurers are odds guys gamblers they have no place in heath or healing.

    Sorry to be pessimistic but what’s the point of reforming the entity that extorts money and divvies it up between the drug pushers and the practitioners of healing that instead of balance and healing only look at your body and soul as a mechanic at best and a set of odds and stats to apply their mechanical abilities on for profit. They deny the art of medicine and your stuck depending on them for life and often get death. Invasive is not healthy.      

  5. Kunstler thinks that health care is the only change Obama can work for.

    By now, it’s self-evident that the “change” voted for in November’s election was too horrifying to articulate.  It still is.  The suburban sprawl economy was all we had left.  Now it’s gone and we’re stuck with all its deleveraging after-effects….

    Thus, the only “change” that President Obama can really work for is the health care system, which is a life-and-death matter. The sordid rackets so ostentatiously infecting the system boil down vividly to lives ruined and bankrupted, and a system more frightful to deal with than disease itself.

    Probably the baseline truth is that health care will end up being rationed one way or another. It’s another prime symptom of population overshoot, and a reminder that life is tragic.

  6. Even though I am 55 I am still doing the insane stuff 20 year olds do like riding horses without lessons.  The globalists took away my job and the crappy scamming medical insurance policy that when with it.  Now I still have skills and maybe could go without that TV induced coma of running to the doctor every time I might have nasal congestion but instead prefer not of waste money on synthetic shit that might fuck up my liver.  I resent being told I have to buy junk medical insurance just to support big pharma and the data mining of medical records.  It is just so Nazi like don’t you think?

  7. …The Republicans have chosen this issue as the final stand, the line in the sand, the do or die issue.

    Jim DeMint called this the issue with which the Republicans can defeat Obama and destroy his Presidency.  He is one of the first who said the Health Care issue would be Obama’s Waterloo.

    We need to know that this is where the Republicans have drawn their Line for the battle to the death.  We need to know this so we can fight them and support Obama’s HC plan.  

    I say this while remaining fully aware of my cynicism. Nevertheless, I’m not going to surrender.

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