The people that I know that are attending these rallies are not anti-reform, just anti-government-reform. Do you feel that this is an unfair representation of what these rallies are really about (anti-government control and anti-tax and spend)?
Asked by Anonymous at 8:01 PM on Sep. 11, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by Crissy1213 at 8:18 PM on Sep. 11, 2009
Answer by lovinangels at 8:20 PM on Sep. 11, 2009
Answer by Carpy at 8:22 PM on Sep. 11, 2009
It's propoganda. The termanology is meant to get the supporters rilled up. It's just like BO changing the wording from health care reform to health care insurance reform.
Answer by jesse123456 at 8:37 PM on Sep. 11, 2009
Answer by gdiamante at 8:43 PM on Sep. 11, 2009
Answer by Sisteract at 9:08 PM on Sep. 11, 2009
If they are so pro-reform, why haven't their been any PRO-REFORM rallies with IDEAS and SOLUTIONS?
If they are not about the President specifically why are there so many disgusting signs about him that have nothing to do with health care?
and why invite a so call man of God that prays for the President to get KILLED?
Why so many Fox and Friends?
If you don't want government to reform it, then who? The government represents the people, and we are pissed
Answer by Anonymous at 9:51 PM on Sep. 11, 2009
You must be dense anon :51. Every conservative I know wants reform, just not with government running the damned thing when all is said and done. Some of us think it makes more sense to break reform in to several smaller understandable bills and let the people discuss and debate those bills before they are voted on and signed.
Seriously, if what you are getting from the whole protest issue is the rhetoric you listed above, then you are getting your news from as biased a source as you claim those that do when they watch Fox and Friends.
Answer by Anonymous at 11:11 PM on Sep. 11, 2009