Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Fighting for One America - SCHIP Reauthorization

This is a video of Senator John Edwards defending SCHIP. The Bush Administration not only wants to underfund it, but they want to prevent states from taking their own actions to bolster it.

This is sick, frankly. But what do you expect from those who care deeply about blastocytes and brain-damaged women whose husbands tell them to stay the hell out of his family business, yet are happy to enrich pharmaceutical bosses while kids go without necessary vaccinations.

I won't say what my first instinct is as a parent because with these guys it would probably be an excuse to arrest me. But let's just say the words "knuckle sandwich" and "George Bush" come to mind.

How uttererly heartless. Compassionate conservative my ass.

Court jester who happens to be the worst president and the biggest moron to ever represent this country on the international stage. That's a bit closer to reality. You know, where the rest of us are forced to live.


At 5:48 PM, Blogger addy said...

Well said. Hearing this made me sick with disgust for this man. He's not good enough for any job I can think of. Impeach.

At 8:01 PM, Blogger gimmeabreak said...

It's things like this that make me physically ill about this maladministration.

I spend alot of time feeling sick.

Please, please, please - we must all fight really, really hard to make sure that Bush Lite does not wind up in the White House in January '08.

Who is Bush Lite? Any of 'em. Guiliani makes my feel secure in Bush's arms for chrissakes. Romney reminds me of a game show host (remember Wink Martindale?).

Contribute what you can to the Democrat candidate of your choice. When they're in your area, go to the rallies. Volunteer when and if you can.

Ok, soapbox is safely tucked back under the table.

At 8:42 PM, Blogger Kirsten said...

Wow, now that you mention it, gimme, Romney toally has Wink Martindale's hair.
Oh, and impeach. Impeach is good too.

At 9:16 PM, Blogger ohdave said...

Cliff, our good senator--you know which one's the good one--was speaking out on this in Dayton yesterday. He said 70,000 Ohio children would receive health insurance as a result of the legislation Bush is set to veto.

I predict an override on this one.

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