Monday, January 25, 2010


ObamaCare Isn't Dead

White House officials said Obama campaign manager David Plouffe would be brought on as a political consultant as the White House gears up for the midterm elections.

Writing in Sunday's Washington Post, Mr. Plouffe said Democrats needed to quickly pass a broad health overhaul, get serious about job creation even as they tout the impact of last year's stimulus package, turn up the heat on Republicans over the deficits incurred in the Bush years, and stop grousing about the political climate.

"Instead of fearing what may happen, let's prove that we have more than just the brains to govern—that we have the guts to govern. Let's fight like hell," Mr. Plouffe wrote, striking the same chord Mr. Obama did at a town-hall meeting in Ohio Friday and likely will Wednesday in his first State of the Union address.

On "Meet the Press," White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett said, "What we learned from the Massachusetts victory is that people are sick and tired of Washington not delivering for them."

So here we go. The House can still pass the Senate bill and create the program of universal health care. Then the program can be tweaked to include the public option which will easily be passed in the House, and passed in the Senate through the "reconciliation process" with 51 votes.
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This guy in the White House believes he was coronated, not elected... The election in Massachusetts doesn't trouble him... A few more speeches... A little arm-twisting... He expects to have his way.

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4 comments:

SkyePuppy said...

On "Meet the Press," White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett said, "What we learned from the Massachusetts victory is that people are sick and tired of Washington not delivering for them."

Unfortunately, Jarrett went off-script. What she was supposed to say was, "What we learned from the Massachusetts victory is that people are sick and tired of Washington being too stinkin' stupid to understand the message they're trying to convey."

Peeps, it looks like we've still got some more conveying to do, because the Obama Administration is still too stinkin' stupid to get the message yet.

Malott said...

Skyepuppy,

They didn't go to Washington to represent "The People," they are there to give "The Stupid People" what's best for them, whether they want it or not...

They can't learn what they have written off years ago.

Tsofah said...

To offquote former President Clinton:

"It's the Deficit, stupid!"

(He really should have not said "stupid", though)

I think they will either: a) push through a health care plan thus bringing our country to economic ruin; b) wait until after November elections to try to push it through in order to try to save as many seats as they can; c) realize that they may have already gotten us in so deep that only a miracle of G-d can save us; or d) pass some sensible insurance reform such as eliminating pre-existing conditions clauses.

(I'm hoping for c and d).

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