From: BAR on 20 Jan 2010 07:12
In article <7rn9q2FdciU1(a)mid.individual.net>, dene(a)remove.ipns.com
> The Bay State Independents have spoken, along with some disgruntled Dems.
> This is a huge victory for America's center-right majority, who want common
> sense change; not Commie, borrow from the Chinese, change.
> Americans are tired of big government and it's never ceasing appetite for
> more of our's and our children's money.
> Wake up, Obama! Cya Reid.
Brown should offer to give Obama a ride in his truck so that Obama can
meet the real people of Mass. and the USA. You know get the view through
the front windshield rather than from the back seat of a limo.
From: BAR on 20 Jan 2010 07:13
In article <4b568f19$0$4852$9a6e19ea(a)unlimited.newshosting.com>,
> On Tue, 19 Jan 2010 19:02:40 -0800, dene wrote:
> > The Bay State Independents have spoken, along with some disgruntled
> > Dems. This is a huge victory for America's center-right majority, who
> > want common sense change; not Commie, borrow from the Chinese, change.
> Well if you include the center, there's also a center-left majority!
There is no center-left majority in the USA, that myth has been
dispelled many times. What happens is people commit stupidly when then
enter the polling booth and pull the lever for the D's.
From: BAR on 20 Jan 2010 07:21
In article <4b56e8ef$0$12442$bbae4d71(a)news.suddenlink.net>,
> "dene" <dene(a)remove.ipns.com> wrote in message
> > The Bay State Independents have spoken, along with some disgruntled Dems.
> > This is a huge victory for America's center-right majority, who want
> > common
> > sense change; not Commie, borrow from the Chinese, change.
> > Americans are tired of big government and it's never ceasing appetite for
> > more of our's and our children's money.
> > Wake up, Obama! Cya Reid.
> > -Greg
> A complete rejection of Obama's policies. Obama is a one termer.
That is three strikes for Obama's power and prestige.
New Jersey Governor
Which Democrat is going to want Obama to campaign for them in the
upcoming 2010 races. The odds are that somebody will eventually win but
who wants to be their political future that they will be that in a
From: Carbon on 20 Jan 2010 07:23
On Wed, 20 Jan 2010 01:00:19 -0800, dene wrote:
> "R&B" <none_of_your_business(a)all.com> wrote in message
>> Dene, the majority of voting Americans voted for Obama's agenda a
>> year ago. Their disapproval now is not over how far-reaching his
>> agenda has been. They voted for it. They voted for SWEEPING CHANGE.
>> Their disapproval is over how little the Dems have been able to get
>> done with the obstructionist right standing in their way at every
>> step, and how watered-down the health care bill has become.
> So you are among the small number of loons who do not think Obama is
> left enough. No surprise. He's surrounded himself with your types
> and they are completely out of touch with the pulse of America.
> Yes....America voted for change, but not change that involves big
> government, higher taxes, bailouts, and deficits. America is voting
> for change once again and this time, it will be liberal Dems who get
> the boot, starting with Reid.
I think Randy is right about this. People did vote for sweeping change,
especially for things like genuine healthcare reform. But the reality of
Washington is that you cannot get something without giving something
else away, and inevitably legislation becomes clogged with pork and
give-aways to special interests. The current healthcare reform bill has
been watered down to the extent that nobody likes it.
The issue is not Obama. The issue is systemic corruption and a
government more beholden to special interest groups than it is to
From: gray asphalt on 20 Jan 2010 07:37
One always hears about not spending our children's
inheritance ... but that doesn't help much when some
kids and their parents are going to die because they
don't get health care. And don't talk about that BS of
getting medical care in Emergency Rooms. We've
had more than one "death" here in my town because
of crowded and inept ERs. One in the last two months -
a woman who waited for 6 hours for help with abdominal
pain. The other patients asked for her to be put first
because she was in so much pain. She left and delivered
a dead baby a few hours later after trying to get into
another hospital's ER. Come on. Do you really think
ER medicine is a replacement for regular medical care?