Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Voters are furious and hate Washington

Dems hangover has begun

"Democrats are already going into “damage control” mode for all their arm-twisting, sweetheart deals, and go-it-alone governing, and it’s already being compared to the trillion-dollar ‘stimulus.’"

“They’ve Totally Divided The Country.”

“Obama’s Powers of Persuasion … Have Been Ineffective.”

"Voters are furious and hate Washington"

YA THINK?!?!?!

Read full article "The Hangover: Fallout From Health Care Vote Already Plaguing House Dems"

Rush Limbaugh notes "America hangs by a thread" noting Stupak should be HOUNDED out of office:

STUPAK: If everything I want [is] in the final bill, I like everything in the bill except you have public funding for abortion -- and we had a chance to run our amendment and we lost. Okay, I voted my conscience, stayed true to my principles, stayed true to the beliefs of this district. Could I vote for health care? Yes, I still could.

RUSH: And he did. He was always going to, as were the moderate Democrats. There were some of them that were given a chance to vote "no" because they had enough of a majority last night. But up until four o'clock yesterday afternoon, theoretically, Pelosi did not have the votes. I'm asking myself what kind of country are we today. We're not a representative republic. The will of the people was spat upon yesterday. The will of the people is of no concern to the people who now have power and authority from the White House all the way down to Capitol Hill. The will of the people is something to be crushed. So we're not a representative republic. You can't even say, loosely defined, we are much of a democracy. We have to restore these things. We have to do this by getting rid of these people at the ballot box. We must get them out of office. That's the only thing here. I hear people talking about repeal, and that's great, but there's something that has to happen before we can do that. We can't repeal this thing as we sit here today. We don't have the votes. We didn't have the votes to stop it; we're not going to have the votes to repeal it. We have to start winning elections.

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