Obama just shellacked conservatives, and yet what do I hear from many of my conservative friends? The same impish, wimpy, sniveling “there’s nothing we can do” weak response that got us this socialist chicanery in the first place. Enough. If conservatives aren’t on offense, we’re on defense.
It is time to ensure that Obama’s health care “victory” is a Pyrrhic one. That means we need to get up in the faces of all the Obama Zombies—lobotomized Leftist followers—and challenge every inch of this bill aggressively.
I, for one, started by serving up a heaping dose of grilled Grayson, as in Representative Alan Grayson (D-FL). Grayson, you will recall is the radical Obama Zombie that said Republicans’ health care plan consisted of telling citizens to “die quickly” and who equated Hitler’s annihilation of 9 million Jews during the Holocaust to Republicans’ insistence on a health care bill that didn’t break the national piggybank.
So I decided to track him down and make him defend his support for the House bill’s funding for therapeutic services for “Native American child molesters.”
So voluminous and outrageous were the legislation’s contents, that its fiercest supporters, like Grayson, don’t even know what’s in it. But right there, inside H.R. 3962, on page 1,950 (yes, folks, there were really that many pages to this boondoggle), it reads that allocations will be made for: “perpetrators of child sexual abuse who are Indian or members of an Indian household.” (One wonders why Nancy Pelosi allowed such racist, insensitive language such as “Indians” instead of “Native Americans” to make it into the bill.)
Still, if the drive by media aren’t going to confront Democrat backers of this bill with the facts, conservatives must get up in their grills and ask the tough, fact-based questions. Unless we take the fight to them directly, the legions of Obama Zombies will continue to march forward and trample every freedom we hold dear.
That’s precisely why I decided to spend a little curbside quality time with Democrat House Majority Leader Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Maryland). Again, you can go watch the confrontation here.
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