Posts Tagged ‘universal health care’

Fall Guy

14Dec09

Joe Lieberman is being set up by Harry Reid, and a cooperative media, to look like he’s sabotaging health care in a shocking flip flop. Not true. Risking the wrath of Democrats, Sen. Joseph Lieberman, I-Conn., threatened Sunday to join Republicans in opposing health care legislation if it permits uninsured individuals as young to 55 […]


Clamorless

05Nov09

Are the American people clamoring for anything with regard to health care reform? I haven’t heard the ruckus, but at the same time I think we’re all agreed that some things need fixing. In theory, Americans think the health care system needs to be fixed and they like many of the ideas Democrats are promoting. […]


American Curses

30Oct09

The real purpose of health care reform? A union of millions of newly organized workers to partner with, Democrats providing them special benefits in exchange for votes, feet on the street, and money. Soon, all “improvements” to health care will be improvements to the bottom line of unions, a partnership similar to the one that […]


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.


47 Million Lies

28Oct09

I received this nice email today from a listener, requesting more information on my claim that there are only a few million people in the U.S. locked out of the health care system, a fraction of the 47 million claimed in order to trick the American people. I figured that, for every one’s sake, it […]


PO ‘ d

26Oct09

Harry Reid announced this afternoon that the senate bill will include a Public Option. Reid, who spoke with virtually every member of his 60-member caucus this weekend, currently has between 56 and 57 votes for a proposal to create a national insurance plan but allow states to opt out of it, according to Democratic aides. […]


We’re still number one. Conservatives continue to outnumber moderates and liberals in the American populace in 2009, confirming a finding that Gallup first noted in June. Forty percent of Americans describe their political views as conservative, 36% as moderate, and 20% as liberal. This marks a shift from 2005 through 2008, when moderates were tied […]