Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Democrats' Bumper Sticker Slogan: Make America Sick Again

Here we go again.  Democrats create a monumental disaster and when the adults step in to clean up their mess these cry babies throw a temper tantrum by blaming others for their failures.  It’s formulaic right down to the bumper sticker slogans.

The American people systematically began to throw progressives out of office starting in 2010 and culminating in a Trump presidency.  The Republicans were given an overwhelming mandate to get rid of the Affordable Care Act.  Now we know Democrats and their lapdogs in the media will pull every dirty trick out of their playbook.  Here is just a sampling of what we can expect.

 Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said the GOP plan is to "make America sick again," riffing off of Trump's campaign pledge to make America great again. He and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said the GOP is waging a full scale assault on the U.S. healthcare system, including on Medicare and Medicaid.

"Republicans are plotting, and soon will be executing, a full scale assault on the three pillars that support the American healthcare system," Schumer said, pointing to the the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Medicare and Medicaid. "The Republican plan to cut healthcare wouldn't make America great again, it would make American sick again, and lead to chaos instead of affordable care."

Republicans want to make America sick again? That ranks right up there with Republicans want to starve your children and kill grandma and grandpa by taking away their Social Security.  I believe the American people have wised up to these demagogic tactics especially since the Affordable Care Act has proven be anything but.



Anonymous said...

This is why the 'jack-ass' is their symbol

Anonymous said...

quote: Democrats create a monumental disaster

Yes, like Bill Clinton leaving a balanced budget and GWB leaving a nearly $1T deficit to Obama. Not to mention two very costly wars (one completely unnecessary), a generational financial melt down, and a radical turn around in our "soft power" abroad (it is far better when you can get compliance/support from other countries by asking instead of needing to use arms).

Yes, like Obama leaving Trump with unemployment cut in half, two wars ended, the number of citizens uninsured cut in half, the rise in health care costs reduced (yes, the ACA did that, look it up).

We apparently live on different planets .... and on mine, at least, it's OK to disagree respectfully. I hope it's the same on yours but if not .... that's not my problem.

Respectfully, a political opponent.

TLCoston said...

Congress is responsible for passing budgets and raising revenue not presidents. This myth that Bill Clinton balanced the budget is hogwash. Newt Gingrich and the House republicans brought this miscreant to the table kicking and screaming. Does anyone remember the government shutdowns?

I will give Bill Clinton and the Democratic Party credit for creating the housing bubble that crippled our economy. Their 1993 – 94 housing initiative along with their corruptocrats at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac laid a ticking time bomb that will go down in history as one of the worst manmade disasters in American history. I guess you can contribute GWB’s trillion dollar budget deficit in the Democratic column as well. It’s kind of hard to collect taxes when no one is working. Oh, and much money went to all those bailouts?

As far as those two wars, I do recall being attacked on 9/11. However, I do agree going into Iraq has proven to be a mistake. I too believed all people inherently want to be free and live in a “democracy.” That was before I learned about Sharia Law.

Obama didn’t cut the unemployment rate in half. We have the lowest participation rate since Jimmy Carter. Besides that, these government agencies have been so corrupted with political operatives, I don’t believe a damn thing these stinking bureaucrats say.

If you believe the ACA has cut healthcare cost then you do live on a different planet. By the way, an overwhelming majority of those “insured” are on Medicaid. As we all know, government sponsored healthcare is the best, just ask those poor vets at the VA. I have a friend who is going through a personal hell dealing with them.