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Shame on You President Obama!

Posted by libhom Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Well, you've done it. You've told innumerable lies, taken and spread tons of HMO and health insurance money, and you've gotten a heinous attack on the middle class, the poor, and the elderly through Congress.

Now's your chance to sadistically gloat at the millions of Americans you are getting fined for not being able to afford astronomical and rising premiums. You'll have to wait until the fines go into affect to see the skyrocketing premiums your HMO and health insurer buddies will get to increase at will. But, I doubt you will mind that as long as you keep collecting their big money campaign contributions, contributions that ultimately will be paid for by the subsidies you have placed in effect for your wealthy industry donors.

Considering that you are such a batshit crazy misogynist (and homophobe) that you involved Rick Warren in the inauguration, it's no wonder that you are getting to gloat over woman hating and unpatriotic restrictions on abortion. Just as you have shown with your efforts to expand Bush's hate based initiatives, you are in bed politically with anti American Christian fundamentalists who want to replace our form of government with a Taliban style theocracy.

Watching the Republicans pretending to be against your wealthcare bill for the rich would be comical if the consequences of this legislation weren't so deadly. They make the most bizarre and weak arguments against it when a campaign against the fines for the uninsured would have easily made passage a political impossibility. After all, they are just as bought by the HMOs and health insurers as you are, the same interests that wrote the bill. They aren't going to do anything to actually defeat this monstrosity. Politics has become as transparently fake as professional wrestling.

You are just as much of a corrupt, rightist Republican as Bush, Cheney, the Clintons, or John "Keating Five" McCain. You have proven you are just as much of a pathological liar as Karl Rove or Bill Clinton.

You have governed exactly as McCain or Hillary Clinton would have. All that talk about "change" was the same talk we got from another rightist piece of shit: Bill Clinton. You may be able to bullshit a lot of liberals who are deeply in denial about what this wealthcare legislation actually does, but you can't fool all of us. You are just as persuasive argument for the Green Party as Bill Clinton, Ben Nelson, Bart Stupak, and Blanche Lincoln.



  1. Unknown Says:
  2. I'm afraid you are right and yet, I too, feel a bit of denial over this president's actions. I'm trying to soul-search as to why and some of the answers aren't persuasive enough for me to want to support him any longer. And I won't. But there is that nagging wish that he had turned out to be what he made himself out to be. I have totally run out of hope for this country.

    There is a post on Man Ray if you get a chance to check it out.

  3. Kvatch Says:
  4. I fully expect that, sometime soon, I'll be ordered to buy a car so that the government can claim that they've solved all of our transportation problems.

  5. Oso Says:
  6. libhom,
    well said.For what it's worth, I share your rage.

  7. Lew Scannon Says:
  8. You're right, our political system is as fixed as any professional wrestling match. And the people who choose to classify themselves as "Republican" or "Democratic" are as mentally deformed as any wrestling fan who believes that crap is real.

  9. Oso Says:
  10. The Republicans are still attacking the bill, the usual socialist big govt stuff when it occurred to me-it doesn't matter that their message is nonsensical, what matters is that Americans will remember loud opposition to this bill.

    When they're forced to buy a crappy product, when they're denied care or when premiums skyrocket and when their union health insurance is taxed-they'll remember this was a Dem bill opposed by the Reps.

  11. Lisa G. Says:
  12. Great satire!



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