Friday, August 21, 2009

Dear Leader Brobambi Blames Conspiracy, Media, Palin for ObamaCare Fiasco

Obama should have had a father like John Wooden who told him upon going to college to follow three immutable rules: 1] Don't whine 2] Don't complain 3] Don't make excuses.

But Obama's daddy was a bigamist drunk who left him before he was a year old. And Obama's concern for his mother's health was so filial that in 1996, he demurred from visiting her on her deathbed because of "scheduling problems."

Caroline Baum of Bloomberg says that the dishonest insincere pretender POTUS leaves out someone to blame:
Opposition to fast-track health-insurance reform is coming from Obama’s own party. Senator Kent Conrad, Democrat of North Dakota and one of six Finance Committee members involved in bipartisan negotiations, said on Fox News Sunday that the goal is to “get this right,” not meet some “specific timetable.”

He said the Senate lacks enough votes to pass a bill with a public option. “To continue to chase that rabbit, I think, is just a wasted effort.”

There’s always room for one more -- the Democrats -- on Obama’s blame-game list.

I can recall about a dozen years ago that BJ Clinton, before he was outed as a stalker for overweight bimbos, used to prattle on and fatuously intone about "the innate wisdom of the American people."

Now that the American people are demonstrating convincingly in an ABC/WaPo poll that
[a]mong all Americans, 49 percent now express confidence that Obama will make the right decisions for the country, down from 60 percent at the 100-day mark in his presidency. Forty-nine percent now say they think he will be able to spearhead significant improvements in the system, down nearly 20 percentage points from before he took office,

you can bet that the doofus MSM sycophantic suck-up circle will begin to wonder why they supported this finger-pointer and whether it might be a good time for a "rolling reassessment" as they called such things back three decades ago.

For Obama, it's a rude welcome to democracy, and the Democrats are doing in '09 what they did in '93 and in '77---overplaying a bad hand. ObamaCare is 1200 pages of undigestible gibberish and Obama plans to sell this to a country which has a northern neighbor whose older and well-off citizens come to S. Florida to Boca & environs seeking world-class medical care in an expeditious fashion because the hard truth is that S. Florida has just about the best health care for people over 65 in the world. Ask our Canadian friends with a condo/house in Boca where they have fled from their own country's balky, underfunded tardy medical system with unconscionable waits in queue for treatment that is done in days here in S. FL. According to other neighbors, ditto for the UK [Boca also has a lot of Brit refugees from their NHS] and some from the state medical system in Australia.

France, where I lived for a few years, did have a first-rate state system, but now finds itself overwhelmed by costs and by covering a lot of illegal and semi-legal immigrants in their country. There is no way with 300 million people that the US could cover 40+ million without coverage without going into colossal deficits---- and the illegal immigration rate into the US would increase with the zany package the House maniac majority passed. The only place state single-payer systems have worked is in Scandanavian countries with less than 10 million people. Switzerland also has a hybrid system which works, but has a tiny population.

So I guess Obama is off to Marha's Vineyard for some down time from the "wee-wee days" of August.

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