Tuesday, March 23, 2010

A Quick Thought...

Now that health care reform is passed, and the President has signed it into law, does anyone know when those death panels get going? I'd like them to start with Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin, Michelle Bachmann, Jim Bunning, and Randy "baby killer" Neugebauer. Who do I talk to about that?

I would have said John Boehner, too, but with all that tanning he does, he probably already has skin cancer, so why force it.


T. Paine said...

Nice. I sure am glad there isn't any hate on the left side of the political spectrum.

Don't worry though. In the unlikely event that this "law" passes a Constitutional review in the courts, your death panels will be here soon enough.

Of course we have to pay taxes for four years before most of the benefits even BEGIN to kick in. Be patient though, Splash. In the meantime, get out your check book.

Dave Splash said...

No hate here, it's called a joke. Lighten up. When Rush Limbaugh says he wants to "wipe out" every member of the Democratic Party - as he did yesterday - I'm sure you defended it and didn't think of it as hate. Let's try and be consistent.

And the bill will past court challenges, because all of the showboating Republican AG's are trying to sue based on the individual mandate. Since that part doesn't start until 2014, they won't have legal standing until then. By that point, in the middle of Obama's second term, with new, more reasonable and less ideological Supreme Court justices, it won't be struck down.

T. Paine said...

God forbid what you say actually does come to pass, the real revolution could quite possibly begin then.

I guarantee you that a majority of Americans will not stand for such usurping of our God-given Constitutionally-protected freedoms for much longer.

Dave Splash said...

Yet you "stood for it" when a president actually did take away your rights - Bush and the 4th amendment - and you said nothing about it. Probably defended it, too, using Karl Rove's talking points that they were only "spying on terrorists." Uh huh.