Tuesday, February 5, 2008

STUPOR TUESDAY

How utterly ironic that a woman who supports gun control has absolutely no problem shoving the barrel of a great big fat one in the smalls of our backs to force us to do something against our will.

Pop a Fresca, grab a bag of Cheetos, and see if you can stomach all eight minutes of this horseshit. Or, scroll over to time stamp 4:23, where she says it clear as day.



If you're really ADD, basically:

Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday she might be willing to garnish the wages of workers who refuse to buy health insurance to achieve coverage for all Americans.

The New York senator has criticized presidential rival Barack Obama for pushing a health plan that would not require universal coverage. Clinton has not always specified the enforcement measures she would embrace, but when pressed on ABC's "This Week," she said: "I think there are a number of mechanisms" that are possible, including "going after people's wages, automatic enrollment."

Bitch even has the balls to say that the means, no matter how uncomfortable, forceful, or downright unethical, are not as important as achieving and end - one unproven to do any ding dang good at that. Hmmm . . . can you think of any other regimes that regularly use the ol' End Justifies the Means argument?

Smells like Brave New World to Moi.

And I simply do NOT have an outfit for that.



10 comments:

The Troll said...

I went the ADD route. Too close to breakfast to listen to the Hildebeest.

Anonymous Boxer said...

Please don't win, please don't win, please don't win.

I heard if you say it three times, really fast, it might happen.

OK, it's enough to make ME pick up a Diet Coke and bag of Doritos.

(P.S. I didn't/couldn't watch.)

Doris Rose said...

After spending 30years in the Medical profession-I can only say that there is way more to this problem than pointing a finger at Hillary.The uninsured cost each of us. for info: http://www.kff.org/newsmedia/7371.cfm

moi said...

Troll: Ah. That's right. I forget you're spayshul that way. But you got the gist.

AB: Darn, where the heck did I leave my Ruby Slippers?

Doris Rose: Remember when we were kids and were always falling down and hurting ourselves. Always getting sick with something or another? Always at the doctor? And remember how our parents neither had insurance nor were bazillionares, but somehow always managed to pay the bills? That's because there were no such thing as greedy insurance companies with artificially inflated health care costs. And I will never, ever, accept as okey dokey a world in which a gub'ment uses force, for any reason, against its citizenry.

Wicked Thistle said...

My big, fat major beef is, and always will be, with the insurance companies. Greedy, greedy, greedy bastards. Greedy. Bastards. How did they manage to get our nuts so fully and completely in a vise? They'z a goin' to hell, mm-hm.

she said...

moi, i know. i couldnt believe there wasnt a riot in the streets. americans act like dumb animals on a ramp to slaughter. that "garnish wages" bit is cliff notes for the entire clinton philosophy. anyone who votes for her has committed TREASON.

how many people do you know that have reacted in horror? or even know what is upon us. its a nightmare.
if she gets the presidency you are going to see a ton of capital leave the USA. have you seen her plan for the stock market?

ThursdayNext said...

I loathe her, and I have no qualms about saying that. She is in truth a doormat to her husband and self-hating.

I am upset this morning because I voted for Obama, and I hope that he gets the delegates of the states that are left...

moi said...

Wicked: And Hillary's plan will only make the insurance companies richer.

She: That we have evolved from a tough, independent people who fought to free ourselves from totalitarian rule to a people who now salivate over the enslavers, who whine and cry, "What is my gub'ment going to do for MOI?" makes me sick to my stomach. "Ask not what your country can do for you . . ." Anyone remember that?

Thursday: I'm an equal opportunity politician hater (don't worry, I'll get to the Republitards), but I am holding my breath on this outcome and pulling for Obama with every ounce of energy I have.

NYD said...

Hello Moi. Wait. Now I feel like I am talking to myself. Yeah, yeah,I know 'How original'.

Glad you came by the blob and I only wish I had posted something a little more thought/fleshed out. After perusing through your blobernarration I can see that I will have to continue to visit and enjoy the ongoings of Moi.

moi said...

nyd: Thoughtful observations always welcome here. 'specially if they make fun of stoopid ass politicians.