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Back From Colorado

Had a fun extended weekend in Colorado. Colorado Springs is a great city.

Man oh man, did I miss some good stuff today on the Hill.

Money quote of the day:

Pence to Stupak;

You traded 30 years of pro-life law for a promise from the most pro-abortion president in history

Still not over yet, but I’m not too optimistic. I think it’s going to pass.

I tweeted the other day, expect unemployment to rise as soon as businesses are hit with the new taxes. There are too many parallels between GD and what’s happening now. Politicians will never learn from history.

Categories: Health Care
  1. yttik
    March 21, 2010 at 21:40

    Dems were already in trouble, but they’ve really cooked their goose now. Justifiably perhaps, but what’s also going to happen is that for the next several months, every long line in a pharmacy, every delayed doctors appointment, every ream of insurance paperwork, is going to be blamed on Dems and their health care bill. Doesn’t matter that the bill doesn’t really go into effect yet, every medical headache for the next several months is going to remind people of the Dems health care bill and they’ll take that disgust all the way to the polls in November.

  2. March 22, 2010 at 16:15

    Oh they will lose in November big time. I read at hotair that Stupak’s challenger has over 12,000 Facebook friends since Stupak caved.
    Dems own this but never underestimate their ability to spin. Dems are great at spinning history to suit their needs. Ever read a Krugman column?
    Think about this, do you still believe that Hoover was a do nothing president? Do you really think FDR “saved” the US economy? If you do or have been at one time, you’ve been snookered by liberal spin doctors.

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