Hotair’s Allahpundit makes a deft analogy for Congress and its new “I meant to do that” model of bill making, whereas all the unintended consequences that come as a result of this health care
mish-mash cluster fudge will be explained away in Harry Reid double-speak (e.g., the Cornhusker Kickback was a good thing for the American people). However, I can’t help but shake the feeling that someone’s been reading this blog…(March 27 to be exact.) Hmmm. Regardless, well played good sir, well played indeed.
With that said, I don’t think it matters how much Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi try and spin things, because in the end President Urkel will be left saying to the American people: “Did I do that?”
I don’t have time to go through the whole laundry list of side effects this bill will burden generations with that have already been chronicled by The Heritage Foundation and other fine education and research institutions. It doesn’t take much more than a gut instinct on this one to realize we’re on a one-way ticket to hell and back (the “back” part only if you stay motivated through November). The point is: there will be more surprises. I was in a briefing today with a guy who can safely claim to know what he’s talking about when he’s talking health care reform, and I think it’s a good bet that already dismal polling for the administration is going to get worse. Much worse. In fact, if we’re going to stick with the Pee Wee’s Big Adventure analogies I’d say it’s going to get evil clown bad for the President. And it’s going to sound like a garbage truck falling off the Empire State building.
But for now, I interrupt this blog for a Public Service Announcement by Pee Wee Herman. One the President should have listened to in his youth. Think I’m lying? Think again. I wouldn’t make such a big deal out of it, but for years comedians (some of them very funny, like Chappelle) made Bush-druggie jokes:
“I’d never vote for George Bush Jr…The only thing I know about George Bush Jr. is that guy sniffed cocaine. We can not have that sh*t in the white house. That might be fine for a mayor…but not the White House. We can’t have no coke head President. He be selling nuclear secrets for twenty, thirty dollars. Come on, sign the treaty baby! I’ll suck your…”
But alas, I digress. Back to the topic at hand—the health care boondoggle. When liberals are so desperate and sloppy that they’ve started advertising their campaigns to say racist things and blame it on conservatives, you know they’re in trouble. This is very much a bill that can be rolled back—if we believe it! (Just listen to the rhythm of your heart) Or, if you’re a liberal like Bill Maher or Billie Joe Armstrong, lean back and have someone pass you the nearest gravity bong.