The president is not in favor of government-sponsored death panels. He figures the insurance companies are doing well enough at that without any government help.
The new regulations that will be imposed upon insurance companies will leave us with the same sense of trust and faith in them that we do in banks.
Anyone who wants an abortion will have to go to Mexico unless that person is an illegal immigrant. The president wasn’t clear about what pregnant illegal immigrants should do if they want abortions. Maybe go to Canada?
Health care is not a partisan issue, although it may be a religious one since some preacher out west is praying for Obama to die which is definitely not good health care. Republicans and Democrats can work together for the good of America. They can also bring about world peace which is a good thing except that it will deprive Miss America pageant contestants of one sure winner answer to the toughest question they get from the panel of judges.
No one is going to be allowed to say untrue things about the president’s health care proposals any more. If they do, Obama is going to call them out. Or ask them out. Well, it’s something to do with out and it doesn’t sound like a good thing. So from now on, we can be confident that we’re hearing the truth about health care reform.
Or, in the words of the immortal Country Joe and The Fish, “Whoopee, we’re all going to die.”
Finally, I learned that President Obama is the last president who will promote health care reform. I don’t know how he knows this. Maybe he talked with Nancy Reagan’s astrologer or channeled some spirit or maybe it’s true that the ghosts of future presidents walk the halls of the White House. Whatever, it’s pretty weird as well as scary given how much we need health care reform, so we’d better get our asses in gear and do something.
In Jameson Veritas