In Texas we like to give our hunting dogs names that’s reflective of the task at hand. When hunting, one must use ‘Common Sense’ in order to be successful, and as such, that’s not a bad name for a hunting dog. In the nation’s capitol, they like to give their hunting dogs names that’s reflective of the opposite of it’s task.
That dog the White House created called 'Affordable Care Act,’ has never really lived up to it’s promoted value. It’s a hunting dog alright, but not for the sake of affordable health, but for the sake of destroying the insurance industry, cornering the market and driving everybody to costly government sponsored health plans.
For five years, the White House has told, or should we say, lied to the public about the heavenly benefits associated with this largest tax increase upon the people in the history of the country. For the same five years, those who hunted with the dog called ‘Common Sense’ tried their best to warn the country, but no, the country, by way of the White House and mainstream media were told, you don’t pay attention to extremist, domestic terrorists or Tea Party Patriots.
Now Democrat lawmakers are trying to shake that dog called ‘Affordable Care Act,’ but not because it never, in a common sense fashion, ever hunted, but because of the midterms coming next year. This reality is going to be very interesting. Neither, the White House and Democrats are on the ‘same blame page.’
During the budget and debt ceiling debates, both the White House and Democrats blamed Republicans for trying to succeed in pushing granny over that cliff, but now, well, when you practice lying to enhance ignorance, you must do so by covering all of your bases.
That dog called 'Affordable Care Act,’ has strayed off course and ventured into the arena of blaming the insurance industry, of whom, at one time or another, were huge Democrat supporters through hefty campaign donations. The White House is now blaming the insurance industry for dumping policy holders. Democrats are starting to shy away from that hunting dog and are now, attempting to join Republicans and the country in blasting the health care disaster.
Political reasoning, or sincerity?