Joint session of Congress/Health Care

By , September 10, 2009 6:56 pm

Joint session of Congress/Health CareI watched the President’s 50 minute address to the “Joint Session of Congress” last night. I was not disappointed at the delivery and certainly not at his ability to excite a crown. Though I may be a hard core right wing/faith-based conservative, I am not an evil, revengeful, “my way or the highway” radical; I will be fair and respectful to our President. That does not mean, however, that we should close our eyes and ears and simply accept what this Administration is trying to shove down our throats, and deceitfully done to a level that would make us look stupid by accepting it without dissent. Right off, as has been so often with this President, he was running late. Most “cocky” and “arrogant” individuals do often run late because they normally have little regard for the feelings and time of others, especially any that would dare disagree with them. If I had not read the current bill in the house and had kept up with all of the news coverage on the subject I certainly would have converted to the Democratic Party immediately after the address to Congress; our President sounded good and made all the right promises. However it is not what he said that matters, certainly not as important as what he didn’t say. He did not say that the 1100 page bill in the House would be scraped and a NEW BILL (covering only those promises he made) would be initiated with input from both parties. Here is why that is so important: Every item he touched on and every promise he made is contradicted by the current 1100 page bill in the House. Mr. President, I’ve accepted the fact that you are a Progressive, a Liberal and that you sincerely believe that Government should solve all our problems and take care of our needs, I can live with that (I really have no choice, you’re the Man at the Top), but, good grief, get some advisors that give good, solid facts for your speeches. Contrary to what the radical left is telling you, most of us conservatives and faith-based really are not stupid and lazy. By the way, you called some of us liars for providing “misinformation” on certain areas of the “House Bill”; funny thing here is that some of your “CZARS” have made statements that support our feelings (misinformation).

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