Wednesday, March 31, 2010

A Little More Republican Cowardice

In the previous post I took the position that the senior staff at the Republican National Committee (RNC) acted in a cowardly manner by disavowing all responsibility for a strip club junket while firing a junior staffer.

Now we hear the Republicans are backing down from calling for a repeal of the Health Care Reform law in the general election.

Let’s get this one straight shall we? You have been saying all along that the Health Care Reform bill was a really bad idea. You’ve called it socialism; you’ve claimed its going to introduce death panels; you’ve claimed its going to send the country into an economic tailspin; you’ve claimed its going to allow illegal immigrants to receive health care; you’ve claimed its going to require the government to pay for elective abortions; you’ve claimed it was going to cause rationed health care; you’ve even claimed it was going to somehow mandate an abortion in some cases.

So why aren’t you clamoring for its repeal? Why aren’t you pledging your lives, your fortunes and your sacred honor to its repeal?

If you really believe the law is that bad, then stand up for what you believe you spineless sons of bitches.

This is typical Conservative crap. Use misinformation and flat out lying to stir up the under 80 IQ trailer park set but then retreat when it starts to become clear that what you’ve been saying is utter nonsense.

The next thing you’ll be telling us is how Conservatives and the Republican Party were instrumental in getting Health Care Reform passed you miserable lying bastards.

I’d storm the gates of hell itself if it would prevent the current spineless breed of Republican from getting elected. You’re disgracing the memory of men like Dwight Eisenhower, Barry Goldwater and Nelson Rockefeller. Hell, you’re even disgracing the memory of Richard Nixon.

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