Posts Tagged ‘obamacare’

No Reform

27Nov09

What does the former head of the Democratic National Committee and almost Democratic presidential nominee Howard Dean say about Obama Care in its present form? “…there’s really no insurance reform in this bill…” says Dean. “I just figured this out in the last few days… You can be charged twice as much for insurance if […]


Soccer Breasts

18Nov09

The power that a sharp turn of phrase can have in catalyzing public opinion is amazing – consider how Sarah Palin’s “Death Panels” characterization transformed the health care debate last summer. There are two news stories right now that are doing similar damage to the White House. First, there is the story of the White […]


Death Panels

16Nov09

From the Wall Street Journal comes word of Death Panels in the ObamaCare legislation. Death Panels. They don’t call them that – of course – but that’s what they are. As usual, the most dangerous parts of ObamaCare aren’t receiving the scrutiny they deserve—and one of the least examined is a new commission to tell […]


Bad Option

12Nov09

Liberals pushing ObamaCare love touting how popular the Public Option is. And it’s true, the Public Option polls well, holding an 11 point lead in a recent survey from CNN. “Now thinking specifically about the health insurance plans available to most Americans, would you favor or oppose creating a public health insurance option administered by […]


Liars Truth

28Oct09

The liars do reveal the truth. You just have to go looking. This is the best collection I’ve seen of these videos, but if you know of a better one, please let me know.


Against Change

20Oct09

How confident are the American people that ObamaCare would create positive change? Fifty-six percent (56%) of voters say passage of the plan will make the cost of health care go up while 18% say it will make costs go down. Only 18% believe the President? It seems the Obama health care agenda is not a […]


Like Ryan

18Oct09

Why can’t more Republicans, especially leadership, present in a manner as straightforward and honest as does Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan. Listen to him fend off Barney Frank on health care. Notice how Barney’s criticism is not about the content of Ryan’s proposal, but rather, on who is making the proposal. Read Ryan’s description of how […]