While I was mowing the lawn today, I was thinking on this administration and wondering why they resort to calling those that oppose the bill as 'angry mobs' and 'haters', 'racists', 'astro-turf'. Then I started to wonder why this particular bill is so important that they would use reconciliation to vote for it, and it occured to me that since it won't go into effect until 2013, this will be the 9/11 Obama uses to get re-elected. He will scare those that are depending on the health care bill to take effect by telling them that not voting for him could derail the whole thing.
If health care isn't his 'emergency excuse' to not defect from the current administration, what do you feel will be his platform?
Asked by Anonymous at 1:39 PM on Aug. 29, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by robinsi2000 at 4:35 PM on Aug. 29, 2009
It's not a comparison between the two. I have heard many liberals say that the only reason Bush got reelected was because of the war on man-made-disasterists (doesn't exactly roll of the tongue). That the risk level was elevated just prior to the election as a scare tactic for reelection. If y'all can ponder that, then I think I have the right to ponder what his "cause" will be when he runs again in 2012. And PP is right, he won't be able to run on the hope and change bs that he got away with this time. By next election, it will be painfully clear that he is a liberal spending President with his special interests at heart. Not the best interest of the individual. It will be pointed out what changes he made that impacted us negatively. So, I am thinking that health care will be a big re-election cause for him, assuming that the whole thing hasn't blown up in his face by then.
Answer by Anonymous at 5:18 PM on Aug. 29, 2009
Oh, and give it a rest anon :49. What question on here is un-biased? It's a question / answer section and the majority of what you get is opinion. All opinions are biased. Duh.
Answer by Anonymous at 5:20 PM on Aug. 29, 2009
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