Daily Archives: October 28, 2010

Congressmen And Senators Who Voted For Obamacare

Obamacare.  Just another debacle the Democrats were proud to force upon America. 

Now they must pay for it in the mid term elections.  Even though many are disavowing and distancing themselves from it.  Afraid to pay the price. 

Remember those who supported it on November 2, 2010 at the ballot box.

House Roll Call Votes on  H.R. 3962 (Affordable Health Care for America Act).

Senate Roll Call Votes on H.R. 3590 (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ).

“Obamacare caduceus screw.”
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Election Sick Bag Makes Its Way From Across The Pond

Somehow, the Brits seem to capture the essence of election time quite well. 

This might come in handy with the current slew of ads, appearances, rhetoric, distortions, and posturing heightened during this season.

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“Election sick bag  ‘General election sick bag.  Directions for use: When election induced nausea occurs, vomit into bag.  Seal at top.  Mail to your chosen candidate.'”
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Democrats’ Arrogance Will Be Repaid At The Voting Booth

Smug Democrats.  BG.

This summarizes the behavior of elected Democrats over the past two years quite well.

For months, voters have been signaling their discontent with the president, his party, and their priorities; in less than a week, they appear poised to deliver a stinging rebuke. Yet rather than address the voters’ concerns with seriousness and respect, too many Democrats and their allies on the left have chosen instead to slur those voters as stupid, extremist, or too scared to think straight.

Elected officials think they are above direct responsibility to those who voted them into office, and to those who did not, but they represent just the same.   Newsflash: nope! 

Democrats and Republicans would be wise to pay attention the following.

Heading into next week’s elections, Americans remain a center-right nation, with solid majorities believing that the federal government is too intrusive and powerful, that it does not spend taxpayer’s money wisely or fairly, and that Americans would be better off having a smaller government with fewer services.

Let’s see if those elected will pay heed.  Voters will be watching and will hold them accountable.  As they will be doing this election at the voting booth.  And every election thereafter.

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