What a field day for the heat
A thousand people in the street
Singing songs and carrying signs
Mostly saying, "hooray for our side"

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Linkee-poo feels a storm brewing

Some more perspective on the HCR Act debate. But see, the debate isn't really about heath care, it's about power and perception. The side that cared about health care helped pass the HCR Act. The other side is more interested in power.

If just keeps getting clearer that to be a conservative in this country, it helps to live in a fantasy world (and to my TP readers, I'll point you to the last two paragraphs in that story wherein the the whole "we'll note the Constitutional Provision each Bill operates under" pledge isn't off to a good start, 1 not cited and the other cited wrong) and/or a bubble. Please, stop making it this easy to criticize your movement.

And just a political comment, notice how there's no news cycle surrounding the President's recent bump in the polls. But then, "Person lives well and loves his family," isn't news.

Edited to add the first roll of thunder. Happy about the movement yet? This absurdity is the smell of lightning on the wind.

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