Keep Talking, Even the Blue States are Turning Red.

It should come as no surprise what mini-me, wannabe dictator, Sebelius told the elected legislature members of the state of Florida. She told them, opting out of the health care plan VILL not be permitted. At least 30 states will test the constitutionality of the bill rammed through congress without one Republican vote in the Senate. The latest Rasmussen polling has revealed, 58% of the American people oppose it. 

This type of attitude has been predominate in this administration.  After all the chief of staff ridicules private citizens during press conferences. Obama tried to intimidate the highest court in the land. He singled out the Supreme Court for derision during his state of the union speech.

Obama has been prolific with cadish remarks. Some are;

  • “We’ll Have To “Deal” With Scientists Who Don’t Toe The Line On Global   Warming”.
  • “Don’t think we aren’t keeping score”.
  • “I don’t want the folks who created the mess to do a lot of talking”

Then there are others in his party that like to throw their weight around.

Schumer called a flight attendant a bitch.

Waxman demanded internal documents and private e-mails of companies that dared to question Obamacare.

Humana was threatened and given a gag order to shut –up about the health care plan or suffer,  “The appropriate compliance and enforcement actions.”

We could go on and on. Pelosi, Reid, Napolitano, the list of outrageous comments and behaviors from this bunch is endless.


~ by riffenberg on April 24, 2010.

One Response to “Keep Talking, Even the Blue States are Turning Red.”

  1. I am sure there is going to be a backlash in the 2010 and 2012 elections, and Obama will probably be a one-term president. I expect that conservative Republicans will control the presidency and both houses of Congress after 2012, and there is a real possibility, in my opinion, that Roe vs. Wade can be overturned after that. As I point out in my website, Roe vs. Wade is not based on the constitution, and it takes real choice about abortion out of the hands of the American people.

    So in the long-run, the extremes of President Obama may result in a conservative government that will be good in the long run. Remember, it was Hillary’s health care plan during the Clinton years that provoked a backlash that put Republicans in control of Congress, and the same thing can happen now.

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