Friday, April 09, 2010

Blah,blah, blah, blah, blah… Mr. president

Look into my eyes. You will submit to my Health Care law

"Well, let's talk about that, because this is an area where there's been just a whole lot of misinformation, and I'm going to have to work hard over the next several months to clean up a lot of the misapprehensions that people have."—president Barry Hussein Soetoro
The question was posed by a woman how identified herself as Joyce Ravis(sp) from Lake Wiley, South Carolina. Her question was, “In the economy times that we have now is it wise to decision to add more taxes to us with the health care because we are over taxed as it is now.”

The answer was 17minutes of blah, blah, blah, blah… I thought the president had turned to page one of the 906 page health care law and started reading beginning at the table of contents. (see story and here)

President Soetoro stated that his intentions are to go throughout the land to clear up all of the misconception about his new Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act but did he really think he had to do it in one fell swoop? The president left his pants on the ground with  this 2500 word answer that spanned a full 17 minutes. He was looking and sounding like a... well you know.

Following is the 17 minute diatribe which the president is certain that after he’s finished talking the American people will say, “Why Mr. president after you’ve explain it, destroying the greatest health care system in the world isn’t so bad after all.   Just continue on with what you're doing, our bad! And for that matter go ahead and tax us all you want.” (see full 17min video)

The way I see it Joyce Ravis expressed her concerns about being over taxed by the president’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, but she ended up being over taxed to the extreme by the president’s 17minute attempt to explain, defend and justify his law.

Yet as bad as this 17 minute answer was it is not as bad as the over taxation that the American people now face from the implementation of president Soetoro's Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

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