Good Thoughts on Obamacare


I will withhold the full fury of my thoughts until Obamacare passes, if indeed it does, this travesty that is being foisted on the American public against its will by a lying President, a power-possessed Speaker, and a tone-deaf Democrat Congress.  But in the meantime, here are two articles that need to be read, particularly the first, by Peggy Noonan.

Now for the Slaughter

The Health Care Wars are Only Beginning

The first deals with the embarrassment that Mr. Obama has already become, so quickly in his administration; that this man is deceitful is obvious; that his ideology is far-leftist is clear; that he is in way over his head experience-wise isn’t hard to discern at all.  Peggy Noonan’s article deals mainly with the latter, and his pitiful attempts to cover up this fact.

The second, by Freddie Barnes, deals with the fact that passing Obamacare will signal, not the end, but the beginning of a long, drawn out fight that may last decades.  Good reading, both.


  1. Graham on March 21, 2010 at 4:08 pm

    Having read Mr Barnes’ article, I was intrigued to learn that the “Daily Mail” was England’s most popular newspaper (“The Sun” is, actually).

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