Sunday, November 22, 2009


If the proposed health care Ponzi scheme "reform" bill is such a good thing for our country, and the liberal Democrats in both the House and Senate are indeed so honored to be ramming it through Congress, then why do all of the key votes keep taking place late on Saturday evenings, when the citizenry and the press are least likely to be paying attention?

In other related news, even reliably liberal columnist David Broder of the Washington Post is now pointing out the obvious:

"While the CBO said that both the House-passed bill and the one Reid has drafted meet Obama's test by being budget-neutral, every expert I have talked to says that the public has it right. These bills, as they stand, are budget-busters." (Emphasis mine)

On top of the trillion or so other dollars of budget busting measures recently imposed upon us by our "betters", don't forget.

In other words, Milton Friedman's truism that "there's no free lunch" is still valid, no matter what outrageous falsehoods the likes of Reid, Pelosi and Obama will tell you.

If this 2000+ page monstrosity passes, everyone will pay more money to receive lower-quality health care, and less of it to boot.


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