Sunday, March 28, 2010

Schmucky Chucky Talking Trash

Here we go again with one of these pipsqueak Democrats reminding us how the public tide will soon be turning against those meanies who voted against socialized medicine, forgetting, of course, that the public opposition is solidified despite the best wishes of pollsters from state-run media and Obama's approval continues to wither away, a fact reinforced by Obama's sudden desire to play commander-in-chief today after ignoring the troops in Afghanistan for 14 months. But hey, let's play along with Chucky. He says for sure the GOP will be paying a price come November, but he apparently hasn't seen the evidence that, ahem, even those evil tea partiers have more public support than does Congress these days, and it's not even close.

My only regret is the GOP is seemingly no longer operating in New York State and doesn't have a candidate ready to take this joker out.
Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.), the architect of the Democrats’ large Senate majority, predicted Sunday that healthcare reform would be an asset for Democratic candidates in November.

While Republicans have pledged to make healthcare the centerpiece of their 2010 political strategy, Schumer said the move would blow up in their faces.

“I predict that by November those who voted for healthcare will find it an asset and those who voted against it will find it a liability,” Schumer said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

A Washington Post poll published Sunday showed that 50 percent of people oppose the law while 46 percent support it.
That WaPo poll, naturally, was heavily skewed toward Democrats, by ten points, made to look even more ridiculous considering the GOP now enjoys an eight-point lead in the generic Congressional ballot. Just imagine what the results would look like if they sampled more Republicans, let alone an even sample.

Again Schumer, like Pelosi and others before him, deigns to let us know that once the solons in Washington let the great unwashed know the magic contained in the bill, we'll all fall in line and flock back to the Democrats.
Schumer argued that polls have showed weak public support for the law because many people don’t understand what the legislation will do.

“It’s going to become more popular and here’s why,” Schumer said. “The lies that have been spread, they vanish because you see what’s in the bill.”
Once upon a time in America we actually got to see what was in a bill before it was debated and voted on, but those days are long gone, at least until sanity is restored and the GOP is back in power, so we've got to wait 10 months for that.

I'd say Chucky is whistling past the graveyard but that might be considered some sort of ominous threat and I'd be accused of stoking hatred.

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