Posts Tagged ‘universal health care’

Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of liberals? Only the Dingell Knows. Congressman Dingell was talking to Paul W. Smith on WJR in Detroit. “There are mistakes here as there are with all legislation,” he told host Paul W. Smith. “But remember, the same charges were made by the same people about social […]


Father Figure

23Mar10

Ever wonder what it would be like to have Joe Biden as a dad? Supportive sums it up. And embarrassing too. Listen to the VP congratulate Barack at the Castro Care signing. “This is a big fucking deal,” he tells the president as he leans into his ear a few inches from the microphones he’s […]


Closing Weak

21Mar10

The normal rules of political physics would suggest a strong finish for the bad guys (with a vote scheduled for around 6pm), as they can call in those willing but reluctant to vote yes if needed. Rep. Bart Stupak (D-Mich.) said Sunday morning that he is close to striking a deal with the Obama administration […]


Mean Spirited

28Feb10

Listen to this tall tale told by the President last week in an effort to demonize the insurance industry. Americans for Limited Government Communications Director Carter Clews today asked President Barack Obama to explain a “rather unusual” story Obama told at Thursdays’ health care summit about his dealings with a fictitious Acme Auto Insurance company. […]


It’s already been a week since the Massachusetts victory. Not enough time for the Boston Globe to figure out the meaning of the election. One state’s vote, by a 52-47 majority, doesn’t erase a 29-state presidential victory and a 59-vote Senate margin. If Democrats use the Massachusetts election to abandon health reform, they won’t be […]


From Jim Geraghty at the National Review: A weird evening. Within five minutes, two sources call, each one hearing through the grapevine the internals of one of the two major campaigns in Massachusetts. The key to the race is this – Coakley is now trying to depress turnout by running thousands of negative ads. With […]


Killer Ted

15Jan10

Dems are still in denial – they continue to think that Ted Kennedy’s legacy provides them leverage with voters. National GOP strategists say that the unexpected tightening in the Massachusetts Senate race has demonstrated the potency of the electorate’s antipathy for the Democratic health care legislation, and that Republican Scott Brown’s campaign could become a […]