Monday, July 27, 2009

Listen up Democrats!

I want to give you some words of warning. You are about to blow a chance that people are literally dying for. They voted you into office to get us some affordable health care. Most of you are worried about the political outcomes of voting for a public plan. Well, I think you should be more worried about the political outcomes of not voting for a public plan. Because if legislation comes out that Congress without a public plan, you can guarantee that your asses are going to be out a job in 2010. How about you all show some balls and get this thing done for the people!

Apology Resolutions.

I just read that the GOP is introducing a resolution to "make" Obama apologize to the Cambridge Police.

Am I the only one that thinks this is ridiculous? We don't handle things like adults anymore? We write resolutions to "make" someone apologize? I mean, President Obama is handling this whole situation very much like you would hope for an adult to do. He has invited them both to talk it over at the White House/Martha's Vineyard.

And we don't have enough to do in the legislature? The GOP has whined and cried about not having enough time to properly research Sonya Sotomayor, or to hash out healthcare before the August break, yet they can propose this stupid resolution?

I've seen all kinds of resolutions, and quite frankly, I think they're all silly, no matter what side of the political fence you sit on. Let's focus on the things that really matter!

Friday, July 24, 2009

Another point to this conspiracy....

Let's say..... for the sake of argument that he was born in Kenya... he's still be a US citizen because his mother was a citizen.

I was born overseas b/c my dad was in the Air Force... a little different b/c both of my parents were obviously American, but I am still a citizen. Would I be precluded from running for president?

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Please tell me....

I want someone to name one other President of the USA that had to show their birth certificate to prove they were a citizen... I don't remember any of this with Bush or Clinton.

Harry and Louise....

Look... I am very happy they've switched sides and decided to be on the side of healthcare reform and getting healthcare for all people. But I find it a little annoying at the end of the commercial when they say "Maybe we can finally get something done on healthcare now."

I mean, don't they have themselves to thank for this.... Like they've been for it all along and now finally they are going to prevail....

I just want to yell at my TV .."Maybe if you jerks didn't torpedo it in 1993, we would have already had it."