Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Cry, Baby, Cry

Ahem. Cough, cough. Testing - 1, 2, 3 - Is this thing on?

To all the sorry-ass Republicans and Tea Bagging cretins - I have an economy-sized box of tissues for each and every one of you for when health care reform is passed into law. I know you'll need it. Only $50 bucks each, though I may have to deny snot-coverage to some based solely on my own tyrannical whims.

You're a bunch of whining, crying losers and your tears will flow like acid rain. I hope they burn as much too.

It's painfully obvious that you know you're going to lose this battle. And that by losing it, you are ensuring a Democratic majority in the Congress again after 2010 and probably a second term for Obama.

That's gotta hurt.

Scream treason, cry foul, have a tantrum, throw a fit, get drunk, drive off a cliff - do whatever you want to do, because it won't matter after health care reform becomes the law of the land. You're dead. You're meat.

Looking forward to the funeral, folks.


Anonymous said...

Another ringing endorsement.
Why do communist dictators love Obama?
HAVANA (AP) -- It perhaps was not the endorsement President Barack Obama and the Democrats in Congress were looking for.

Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro on Thursday declared passage of American health care reform "a miracle" and a major victory for Obama's presidency, but couldn't help chide the United States for taking so long to enact what communist Cuba achieved decades ago.

"We consider health reform to have been an important battle and a success of his (Obama's) government," Castro wrote in an essay published in state media, adding that it would strengthen the president's hand against lobbyists and "mercenaries."

But the Cuban leader also used the lengthy piece to criticize the American president for his lack of leadership on climate change and immigration reform, and for his decision to send more troops to Afghanistan, among many other things.

gomonkeygo said...

Sorry, Anon, I missed this one. Been kind of busy the last few days. Trying to finish up my model of Lenin's tomb out of toothpicks stolen from the drooling mouths of old men sleeping in rocking chairs on their porches and used band-aids ripped from the scabbed knees of crying preschoolers. It's a commie thing, you wouldn't get it.

I forget - where you saying something?

Anonymous said...

I was just pointing out that Mass-murderer Fidel Castro has come out in favor of Obamacare. It should destroy our system and make it just as lousy as Cuba's

Seven Cuban doctors and a nurse have filed a lawsuit in U.S. federal court against the Castro regime, the Venezuelan government and its state-owned oil company PDVSA for forcing them to work -- like "modern day slaves" -- as payment for the Castro regime's oil debt to Venezuela.

The complaint alleges that the doctors were "intentionally and arbitrarily forced to work in conditions of servitude for debt" and that they were used as "economic slaves" and "political tools."

While in Venezuela, Cuban doctors are closely watched by security officials and subject to intimidation and punishment if they refuse to work or try to escape.

The Cuban doctors are Julio César Lubian, Ileana Mastrapa, Miguel Majfud, María del Carmen Milanés, Frank Vargas, John Doe and Julio César Dieguez, and the nurse, Osmani Rebeaux.

gomonkeygo said...

Gosh. Too bad that stuff like that happens to non-US citizens in countries that are not at all like the United States. I'm sorry for them. It's also too bad the supposed parallel is so far askew it's doing a 90-degree hook from reality, too. None of what you're talking about has anything to do with the recent health care reform debate or reality in the US. If anything, this "reform" is a huge capitalist give-away to the insurance industry. They stand to make billions and billions of dollars from it. Fact - we do not now nor ever will have any kind of socialized medicine or socialist form of government in the United States. The privileged and the wealthy will never, ever allow this. So sleep assured knowing that capitalism wins again, Anonymous.