Monday, August 10, 2009

GOP Bigotry and Racism 2009

GOP Bigotry and Racism 2009

Keith Olbermann's special comment discusses the bigotry that is coming from the GOP base and how they are capitalizing on it to stop Health Care Reform.

The Republican Party has been using mob scenes for some time now... There was the 2000 election when they brought in their thugs to stop the recount. Then again during election times, especially the McCain/Palin rallies. Mob mentality was in vogue during that conservative get-togetherness. Palin, along with her talk radio groupies would tell their base anything, short of go out and lynch the opposition, to rile their followers into a hateful bunch of bigots.

Now again, they are at it with their dusting off of the ugly mob crowds and sending them out to descend upon democratic town hall meetings. These people (MOBS) are blatantly hateful and law abiding citizens don't know what to make of their anger... and that's exactly how they win. So many people believe they are just a crazy fringe and laugh them off while they grow just like the movie blob and cover the land with gooey, sticky, nasty hostility...

The main problem with normal, regular people is, they don't realize how many stupid, crazy people live in this country... When one of the stupids get wind of what the other stupids are doing they jump out of their boring lives and join the mob band-wagon. I sure hope the DNC does not turn its head away from this GOP MOB ploy... these agitated nuts are out for blood.

Wow, Paul Krugman is another TELL IT LIKE IT IS... It's not health care reform these nutbags (as in teabag) are upset over... It's the fact that we have a black president... I'm telling you America's bigotry is alive and well. Here's the link to Paul Krugman's article: thinkingblue

What the hell is the problem here? Including a public option would save billions of dollars, but Congress cant come to an agreement? Do they think we're all stupid? Oh yes, right, it's better to be subjected to skyrocketing health care costs, driven by the high costs of administering private plans? Yup, no competition is what Democracy is all about.
I hope everyone will feel the passion and hop on board for your 04.16 cent 1000 mile ride to a more efficient Health Care Industry and one that matches the other industrialized nations who have less money than our America but have a Health Care System that puts ours to shame.

I just donated a dollar a day till health care reform gets passed. (Small price to pay for something so immensely important. Just one dollar in a 24 hour Earth rotation.)
(The circumference of the Earth at the equator is 25,000 miles. The Earth rotates in about 24 hours. Therefore, if you were to hang above the surface of the Earth at the equator without moving, you would see 25,000 miles pass by in 24 hours, at a speed of 25000/24 or just over 1000 miles per hour.) MORE HERE
That's a little over 4 cents to travel over 1000 miles, in an hour. Pretty good bargain if you ask me. And if it shows the insatiably greedy insurance companies that "we the people" mean business and will not settle for anything less than a passage of a public option in this Health Care Reform, debate (and it will represent an even more cost efficient effect over the years of one's life.) thinkingblue

Let's keep our heads, while we continue to
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