Originally posted by whoshotJR
Yes lets pick giving everyone healthcare as the issue to get mad over. It works all around the world where they spend less money per person in many areas and are ranked at getting better coverage but I'm sure it would never work here.
Originally posted by LoneGunMan
You have to be kidding.
Healthcare was not an issue like it is now.
They didnt have insurance companies. they didnt have hospitals charging $100 bucks a bandaid.
Since when did any right wing extremists believe in the constitution anyway?
We have to many selfish people in our nation.
Dont try and make it so the average Joe doesnt have to decide between feeding the kids and getting healthcare....no buddy thats socialism!
I believe most people would be fine with healthcare reform...they are not fine with a complete government takeover and overhaul of the healthcare system.
HCAN is supported by the usual suspects, including ACORN, unions, MoveOn.org (a George Soros outfit), the National Council of La Raza, the eugenics front Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and the Clintonite John Podesta’s war-mongering Center for American Progress.
HCAN will organize brownshirt thugs — called “marshals” — to patrol crowds with local police assistance to make sure no opposition can be voiced
Just a hint, this is regular everyday people protesting, conservative, liberal, democrat, republican, independent, they are all coming together to protest this government, and you can't even see it.
Originally posted by hotrodturbo7
Now, Nancy Pelosi, the repulsive, arrogant _ that she is, has likened the middle class resistance to her socialist-fascist agenda as an “astroturf” movement. Ha Ha. She didn’t like the very appropriate swastikas stuck in her face as she tries to ram her perverted health care plan down our collective throats.
Pelosi will spend next weekend quietly tending to top party donors and political allies at a series of private events in Northern California.
The two-day “issues conference” starts next Friday night with a dinner for roughly 170 guests on the back lawn of Pelosi’s multimillion-dollar home in the fashionable Pacific Heights neighborhood in San Francisco.
The following day, Pelosi will shepherd her guests to a Napa Valley winery with buildings designed by world-famous architect Frank Gehry; the speaker and her husband, investor Paul Pelosi, own a nearby vineyard worth between $5 million and $25 million, according to her annual financial disclosure report.
…To be invited, one must have raised money for the DCCC, been a longtime friend of Pelosi’s or contributed $30,4000 to the DCCC this cycle