Last night I caught this spar-off between Senators
Schumer and Graham that took place on Meet The Press: Click Here
Schumer said, "I would
predict to you ...that as people learn about what's actually in the
bill, six months from now, by election time, this is going to be a
plus." And of course, he read off the usual half-truths
about the bill, saying that it is going to give this to these
people, that to those people and his own daughter health care till
she is 26. While he never tells the truth about what it will take
away from others and the true cost that it would put on us
That's okay, because that is what Graham was there for.
When Graham's mic was working, he was able to get some truth out
about the bill and how, among other things, it is going to harm
those who are already on Medicare. --Had I been
there, I would have pointed out the fact that the entire bill is
unconstitutional and backed Schumer up against the wall, telling him
to show me what power in the constitution he feels this bill
Schumer just kept trying to speak things into
existence. He sounded like he believed he had just put the entire
viewing audience into a controlled trance and could speak his
hypnotic suggestions into the minds of us all. Just don't look too
long into those Frank Sinatra eyes of his and you'll be safe. Oh,
and don't drink the cool-aid.
Senator Graham had a different
approach to getting his points across, rather than just trying
to lie them into being. Another example of what
he pointed out, is that the health care bill subtracted a
lot of the cost for doctors, making it look as if it is going
to save a load of money over the next decade; but that the
cost was slid into the jobs bill. Yes, he dared to bring into the
light, yet another deception of the leftists in Washington.
Don't let Schumer's New York good looks and stern serious
tanning-salon face, fool you. The man is nothing more than a male
version of Congresswoman Louise Slaughter. But, unlike Louise, who
tries to mommy people into voting for her, he uses some
self-taught class and his ability to speak fluently to fool the
public. --Come on, New Yorkers, let's wise up to this man. Let's
show him that we are far smarter than he gives us credit for and
that we are not going to buy into the "Schumer Hypnotic Suggestion."
Let's send him packing!
J.M. Smith - 03-29-10