The Phony, The PlayBook, And The Performance

After an absence last month because the kids were all sick, we attended the Sweetwater Camera Club meeting tonight. Of course, we had a blast like we always do. It was good to see everyone, and we look forward to the annual bbq on Saturday! Yum!

I went to the dentist yesterday and on Monday I have to go back to get a couple teeth pulled. I could be the national poster child for the ‘How Not To Take Care of Your Teeth When You Are Young’ campaign.

Anyway, here are some thoughts tonight, before I take a pain pill. (Imagine how fun it would be to post after taking them).

Thought #1

President Obama said he was willing to meet with Republicans in Congress to discuss health care. It turns out that was just another lie. Rather than refusing to meet with them, he just doesn’t respond to their requests in the first place.

Gingrey said a dozen GOP House doctors requested a meeting with Obama last month to discuss health care — but got no response.

Tongue firmly in cheek, Gingrey said he didn’t know that wearing a white coat was a requirement to meet with the president.

“If these voices are not enough to get his attention” Gingrey said, “my white coat will.”

Gingrey — who stood next to a large photo of White House aides handing out white coats to the doctors — held his medical smock in the air on the House floor.

Rep. Phil Gingrey is my representative in Congress. Over the past few years I have voiced my concerns to him, and he has responded each and every time, even when I write to him about the most benign issues. Gingrey is the real deal. The same cannot be said about our President.

Thought #2

Indoctrination and propaganda at its finest.

I haven’t looked into this story too much, but it’s clear that the Ron Clark Academy subscribes to the same playbook as many other schools.

How desperate are you to further your cause that you feel the need to brainwash children and use them to spread your message?

Thought #3

Word has it that the leadership of the House and Senate have a plan to pass health care reform by performing a four part act that could very well railroad the bill through the Senate. From there it’s only one step away from the President’s desk.

The final step in this plan is for the House to take up Obama care, without amending the legislation, and then sending that bill directly to the President for his signature.

Head over to the Heritage Foundation and read the entire plan.

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