Sep 16, 2009


Nobody likes you.

On the left, the Senate Finance Committee health care reform bill has been ripped apart by (deep breath): Health Care for America Now, AFL-CIO, Sen. Jay Rockefeller, Sen. Roland Burris, Rep. Raul Grijalva, Rep. Anthony Weiner, and, I'm sure, others.
It earned an icy reception from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and a lukewarm (though overall positive) response from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.

Meanwhile, on the other side of the aisle, it's still getting no love on the right. Even from moderate Republicans.

Late update: Despite calling the Baucus plan the "best effort to date", even the Chamber of Commerce has "grave concerns" and says "the bill still needs tremendous improvement."

Nice work. You are officially a moderate.

1 comment:

Bob...................................... said...

Hmmm the ancestor of an American wealth imperialist who want's to go with an "alternate" plan of healthcare as opposed to the one that's on the table? Has anyone actually seen any differences in the two plans? I mean other than letting insurance monopolies stay in place and prepared; with lube in hand, to rape.

When you watched the Obama speech man, did you see all of those folded double chins? That was the funniest thing I had seen in months.

Looked like a pastor in a southern Baptist church having to fire his deacons for getting caught molesting kids as a group.