One's Observations

A collection of some things I observe along the way.


"The American people spoke decisively against a big government, high tax, Washington knows best, pro trial lawyer centralized bureaucratic health system."

"Speaker Pelosi knew the country was against the bill. That is why she kept her members trapped in Washington and forced a vote on Sunday."

"She knew if she let the members go home their constituents would convince them to vote no."

"Sunday was a pressured, bought, intimidated vote worthy of Hugo Chavez but unworthy of the United States of America."

"It is hard for the American people to believe their leaders on the left are this bad. They are."

"The American people will not allow a corrupt machine to dictate their future." (Human Events Article)


Anonymous said...

Sorry wrong on all accounts. The American did not speak decisively against anything.

When educated about the actual contents of the bill, not what people "think" is in the bill, support increases dramatically.

Further, the American people were solidly against invading Iraq 7 years ago in higher numbers than this healthcare stuff and yet invade we did.

Hypocrisy, hypocrisy - you cannot argue on facts so you attempt to change the rules.

One said...

So you honestly think that the American people want this bill and are in favor of it?

Rasmussen: 11% rate Congressional performance good. (

CBS: Pelosi's favorability ratings 11%, Reid at 8%. (

...those are facts.


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