posted on Jan, 19 2010 @ 07:54 PM
I have a different take on this. I believe that the tragic Health Care legistaion will be passed, even with Brown in the Senate. I believe that the
insurance industry absolutely needs this bill in order to survive, and they know it. As the price of health care has skyrocketed more and more
employers have been forced to drop health insurance from their employee benefits packages and their subscription rolls have been shrinking. This bill
will mandate that ALL Americans must have insurance but will impose little or no madates on the industry to make health care affordable. WIN-WIN for
the insurance companies. There is growing suspicions among the increasingly disenfranchised Democratic Progressives that Obama had inked this deal
with the Insurance lobby even before he was elcted, so, you see, he IS keeping his promises, he's just not keeping the ones he made to people in our
I also think that, if Brown wins, it will be attributed to the anger and the sense of betrayal that so many of the Democratic Party's base is feeling
over Obama's policy decisions, and they will be right. I don't know about you folks, but, personally, i know a lot of people who worked hard to get
this conman elected and who are now saying; "we could have left Bush in office if we wanted this s**t!".
Does this mean that the next major election is lost to the Dems? I don't think so. They still have time to get the base back. They could start by
putting a few of those Wall Street goons in prison where they belong instead of paying them off with our money. THat would be a start and would get a
lot of folks back on their side. As for me, I have personally taken an oath to never vote for either party again. From now on it's strictly 3rd
party/Independent. It is obvious that neither party has any interest in representing me so it is obvious that I need to do whatever I can to minimize
their power over me. I think it's high time for some new blood in politics. Vote 3rd/Indy!