Monday, July 02, 2012

They love "America", the just don't like "Americans"

Oh yes, Mitch McConnell -- a fine "Christian" gentlemen, just ask him:
"I just want to ask what specific steps are you going to do to provide universal coverage to the 30 million people who are uninsured?" [Chris] Wallace pressed.

"That is not the issue," McConnell insisted.

"You don't think the 30 million people who are uninsured is an issue?" Wallace wondered.


Montag said...

Oh, to be a fly on the wall when Turtle-Man comes banging on the locked Pearly Gates, demanding entry.

Jonathan Edwards said, "you cannot petition the Lord with prayer." Otherwise, I'd ask God to videotape the proceeding and broadcast it all over the friggin' Bible Belt.

Anonymous said...

...which brings me to may favorite quote, a quote Obama should be using every damn day until November:

"Democrats protected the unemployed starting with the New Deal, then the old, then the poor. Now, thanks to health care reform, millions of working families will go to bed at night knowing that they are not an illness away from financial ruin." - NY Times conservative columnist David Effing Brooks, March 22, 2010, the day before the ACA was signed into law.

Could not have said it better myself! Of course, BoBo said it like it was a bad thing.

Oh, and phuck you, McConnell.

Privatize the Profits! Socialize the Costs! said...

"That's not the issue."

Good one, McConnell...

Right up there with "Let them eat cake"!

Raoul Paste said...

"When I was back in Seminary school, someone raised the proposition that you could petition the Lord with prayer...."

pansypoo said...

the uninsured were NEVER the rite's issue.

Anonymous said...

Shorter Turtle Head:
"To hell with them. There's no money in it."

Harry R. Sohl said...

Christ, when you have Chrissy Wallace questioning your logic, you know you're an evil motherfucker.

The new answer to all their stupid statements (I'm not concerned about the very poor, 30 million uninsured isn't the issue) must simply be, "Clearly!"