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By - March 9, 2010

Stupak, Don’t Listen to the Snake

I want to apologize to Bart Stupak. Rep Stupak  is in his current position because Nebraska’s democrat senator Ben Nelson did not stand on his principles and folded on the health care bill for a few hundred millions of dollars.

I also want to warn Rep Stupak, do not give into Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama.  Obama and Co. want you to vote for the senate version of the health care bill, and they promise you that they will amend the abortion language, once the bill becomes law.  You had better check their fingers and toes, because I guarantee some thing is crossed.  To move the health care bill forward, the House has to vote for the senate version of health care, before reconciliation or amendments can be considered.  After the bill becomes law Obama and Co promise to allow amendments, such as abortion funding restrictions.  What is wrong with this picture?  Once Health Care becomes law, do you think Obama, Pelosi, and the rest of the health care brown shirts, will care to do any thing more to the bill?  If you do, I have some swamp land in Arizona I’ll sell you. 

I saw a commercial last night that represents what could happen to a tee (I don’t remember what the product was, and could not find it on You Tube).  The commercial shows two cavemen, one with fire on a stick and the other with a rock.  The caveman with fire convinces the other to swap what they have.  After the swap, the caveman, who now has a rock, knocks the other one out with the rock and takes the fire as well leaving the other caveman with just a headache.  Rep Stupak, you could be the caveman with the headache if you vote for the senate health care bill, and Obama has both the rock and fire.

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  1. txwitt says:

    It was a DQ commercial. Any congressman that believes the Senate will follow through with changes does not live in the real world, but then again that is why they are in politics in the first place. Except for some very minor changes, why would the Senate change something they passed in the first place? The Senate can be trusted to keep their promises to their fellow members of the congress just like they have kept their promises to the people they work for, the voters. Exactly, they haven’t.

  2. Skip Chatterson says:

    Thank you for remembering the commerical, we’ve obviously have some very aware readers. Your reply couldn’t have been said any better.

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