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Monday, November 13, 2006

Hillary Care 2.0

The ink is not even dry on the Democrats newly won majority in Congress and already Hillary is boasting of bringing back her disastrous health care plan circa the early nineties. Yes that's right cradle to grave universal care is back on Hillary's agenda. Here's the key quote from the article...

"Health care is coming back," Clinton warned, adding, "It may be a bad dream for some."

Not at all Senator Clinton. Republicans welcome this debate. It won't take long to remind the American people how wacky you guys are.

I guess she's not going to run for President. She has to portray herself as a centrist(even though she's a bleeding heart liberal) to have any shot of winning her life's dream of becoming the first female President. I'm sure Bill will put this failed health care idea out of her head. After all, Bubba wants back into the action himself. He's already dreaming of all the portly interns he's sure to bust a move' on if Hillary wins. I say let her bring back Hillary care. All it will do is remind people of how socialistic these people really are.

6 Comments:

  • At 5:36 PM, Blogger Dan Chmielewski said…

    This wouldbe the same healthcare proposal Newt Gingrich now backs.

    Hillary is a moderate, not a liberal (though Allan, anyone who isn't a conservative is a liberal to you).

    And Bill Clinton was a far better president than W. Let's get Bush a fat intern and maybe he'd have higher approval ratings.

    America has the best health care system in the world and its unaffordable for most people. I would rather our goverment spent $11 billion a week on healthcare for all Americans than pay Halliburton dough to rebuild Iraq.

    President Bush's job approval ratings have slumped in the latest USA TODAY/Gallup poll, with the president's rating hovering near the lowest of his tenure.

    In the poll, taken Thursday through Sunday, 33% of Americans approve of Bush's job performance and 62% disapprove. That compares to 38% approval and 56% disapproval in a USA TODAY/Gallup poll taken Nov. 2-5, just before the Nov. 7 midterm elections.

     
  • At 8:08 PM, Blogger Allan Bartlett said…

    You keep telling yourself Dan that this plan will be great. We know the track record already. We don't want socialized medicine. Your utopian dream is just that...a dream.

     
  • At 6:32 AM, Blogger Allan Bartlett said…

    Between Hillary wanting to bring back her disastrous health care plan and Robert Rubin telling the Dems to raise taxes, you guys aren't missing a beat showing the American people what the Democratic Party is all about. We appreciate it though.

     
  • At 6:27 PM, Blogger Dan Chmielewski said…

    Allan -- you need to view the world through a different shade of glasses. Robert Rubin holds no position of authority with the party or government. And calling for healthcare for all Americans is a good thing and not a bad one. Under your party's leadership, more Americans lack basic health insurance and the cost of heatlhcare has soared beyond the rate of inflation. Your side doesn't get it.

     
  • At 5:38 AM, Blogger Allan Bartlett said…

    It is not the job of government to provide healthcare for everyone Dan. Geez. Go move to Canada or Cuba and wait in line three months to have yourself checked out. You guys are such moochers. Try taking care of yourself.

     
  • At 8:58 PM, Anonymous Heywood Jablome said…

    "You guys are such moochers. Try taking care of yourself."

    Please let us know when repubs do that Allan.

    Maybe you can inform the rest of us libs when a GOP president reduced the size of government. Or even a GOP governor in CA.

    Get over yourself.

     

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