Monday, March 22, 2010

Intemperate Language

You don't expect temperate language out of Austin Hill anyway, but his latest article takes the proverbial cake.
If a frontal assault on the foundational principals and values of American life can qualify as being “at war” - then yes, Barack Obama is in combat with our country.
Nice. That'a even a step further than the treason comments we saw during the Iraq war. Or effectively pro-terrorist.

Unfortunately his evidence will largely convince only those who already agree with him.
The stunning, “we’ll-stop-at-nothing” fight to take-over the healthcare industry and the medical profession has put Obama-styled cronyism on full display – and therein lies the greatest assault on America.
Stop at nothing? Correct me if I'm wrong, but if he were really stopping at nothing wouldn't we have a public option? Instead the Obama administration chose to fight the left wint of his supporters with far more vigor than he expended on beating back conservative watering down of his plan.

The result? A somewhat weak bill that that conservatoids are still complaining about in terms that make you think Karl Marx wrote it.

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