This brief excerpt from an AP article illustrates exactly why we do not have a passed health care nationalization bill sitting on the President’s desk waiting for his signature.
The citizens of this great country rose up in Town Halls from coast to coast and flat out stuffed this toxic legislation.
I do not trust this dysfunctional crew in Washington, so let’s stay focused on any stealth attempt to slip something by us in the middle of the night. We know that is a favorite tactic of the Dems. The bills they propose are so hated by the voters, that they don’t dare debate the more harmful provisions of their unpopular legislation during the daylight hours. Like Dracula, they only come out at night.
Enzi, together with Republican Sens. Charles Grassley of Iowa and Olympia Snowe of Maine, has held talks with Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont. But the chance of a bipartisan breakthrough has diminished in the face of an effective public mobilization by opponents of Democratic proposals.
“I heard a lot of frustration and anger as I traveled across my home state this last few weeks,” said Enzi, who has been targeted by critics for seeking to negotiate on legislation. “People in Wyoming and across the country are anxious about what Washington has in mind. This is big. This is personal. This is one of the most important debates of our lifetime.”