View Full Version : Why The Dems Are Afraid And Are Spreading This Violence Nonsense

03-26-2010, 11:18 AM
Neal Boortz is a genius. I don't agree with him 100% of the time but every so often he comes up with a gem and hits the nail on the head. People don't like him because he doesn't sugarcoat what he believes. He tells it like it is. And today in his Neals Nuze (http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=republicans+threatened+over+healthcare+stance&sourceid=navclient-ff&rlz=1B3GGGL_enUS360US360&ie=UTF-8) he hit this one out of the park. With all the rhetoric coming from the Dems about the "violence in the streets" nonsense, he listed why the Dems are doing this and he's 1,000% correct:

You see what's happening here I'm sure. The last thing the ObamaZombies want to do is debate ObamaCare on its merits:

* They don't want to have to defend the revelation that Obama and his family will not be subject to the restrictions, requirements and penalties of ObamaCare.
* They don't want to have to explain how an insurance company can charge lower premiums when its healthier policy holders take a hike and they're forced to insure people who are already sick.
* They don't want a discussion on how our children and grandchildren are going to pay off the massive debt they will have to overcome courtesy of ObamaCare.
* They don't want to have to defend the gimmicks they used to force the Congressional Budget Office to falsely report that ObamaCare would reduce the deficit.
* They don't want to discuss the logic fining a young person 2.2% of their income if they refuse to buy an insurance policy they think they won't need that would cost them 10% of their income.
* They don't want to have to explain just why ObamaCare will not follow the path of Medicare and the prescription drug benefit ... the path to actual costs over and above projected costs by a factor of 10 or more.
* They don't want to discuss Fidel Castro's glowing endorsement of ObamaCare yesterday.
* They don't want to discuss just why Democrats absolutely refused to consider simple and easily enforced private sector options, such as allowing insurance companies to sell their policies across state lines, before moving toward healthcare nationalization.
* They don't want to explain just where in the Constitution they found that nifty little clause that gives the government the authority to use its police power to force a free American citizen to enter into a contract to purchase something from a private company against their will.
* They don't want to have to explain why Caterpillar has already announced that as many as 1000 workers will lose their jobs after the passage of ObamaCare.

03-26-2010, 01:36 PM
psst, your link goes to a google search. A very good google search, but a google search nevertheless, not to the aforementioned excellent commentary by the High Priest of the Church of the Painful Truth (http://boortz.com/nealz_nuze/2010/03/the-reaction.html). Just pointing that out and bumping the thread in a much more entertaining way than simply saying "RIGHT ON!!!!111!!"

03-27-2010, 12:41 PM
Don't know how that happened but thanks for correcting it. My laptop really pisses me off sometimes.