Michael Barone On Whether Pelosi Can Corral The Votes To Pass Obamacare

In today’s Wall Street Journal Michael Barone analyzes the chances that Pelosi will have the votes in the House to pass the Senate version of Obamacare. Barone first notes that as of today she does not have the votes. [See … Continue reading

Obama to Give Healthcare Speech Number 437 Tomorrow In St. Louis

But it will be closed to the public. That’s right. A speech to sell government control of all health care to the public, will be closed to the public. Instapundit says that’s probably because he’s afraid of ‘em. … Continue reading

Don’t Cry For Me, America

“In 1902 Argentina was one of the world’s richest countries. Little more than a hundred years later, it is poverty-stricken, struggling to meet its debt obligations…” From, Don’t Cry For Me, America A glimpse into your children’s future if Obama … Continue reading

Good Ideas and Idiotic Ideas

On page 622 of A Mencken Chrestomathy: His Own Selection of His Choicest Writing, H.L. Mencken said: The kind of man who demands that government enforce his ideas is always the kind whose ideas are idiotic. Good ideas don’t have … Continue reading

Reconciliation Train Wreck On It’s Way

So Democrats are now poised to do what they have been denying they were going to do, i.e., jam the government take over of health care through the Senate by doing what Democrats do. That is, violate the rules of … Continue reading

Obama’s Ego — Part II

In the next post just below I ask the question whether the push to jam Obamacare through Congress has turned into a giant ego trip for Obama, and Nancy Pelosi as well. This slightly over 1-minute video starkly shows what … Continue reading

Obamacare — Just an Ego Trip Now?

On Sunday I wrote about two competing theories that might be driving Democrats to ram their government health care through Congress in defiance of a clear majority of the American people. Andy McCarthy posits that the Democrat leadership is so … Continue reading