Skip to comments.I'm Sorry, Too, Mr. President
Posted on 11/07/2013 4:29:58 PM PST by kristinn
I'm sorry, too, Mr. President.
I'm sorry you couldn't finesse a single Republican vote for health insurance reform in 2010.
I'm sorry Republicans decided to re-litigate the law rather than help implement it, offering no serious alternative of their own for the nearly 50 million uninsured Americans.
I'm sorry you campaigned for reelection on the famous false promise: "If you like your health care plan, you'll be able to keep your health care plan. Period."
I'm sorry that the Democratic Party's decades-old chase toward universal health care is now at risk because your lawyour legacy, siris off to such a miserable start.
You must lead by example (the NBC interview was full of excuses) and create a system of universal health care that is worthy of your promise.
(Excerpt) Read more at nationaljournal.com ...
What??? Crazy Juan McCain offered a plan and Paul Ryan certainly submitted a comprehensive plan.
Ron Fournier is a socialist and has carried the Democrap pail for a long time.
My first thought was “Stick it!”
People like Fournier have gotten on my last nerve when it comes to this CR*P.
50 Million uninsured? I thought we did this to help 15 Million.... or was I dreaming?
But it's OK for Fournier to blame Republican in the first couple of paragraphs I guess!
Here’s the way this always pans out, ala Calvin and Hobbes:
Obama & Democrats: “We’re very very sorry we pee’d on your precious flags.”
GOP-e & Boner: “Well, just don’t do it again you scurvy scalawags!”
It’s dead Ron. You dirty ‘Rats will be a hangin from the nearest lamp post.
“... He’s upset that Obama is blowing the left’s best chance for universal government controlled healthcare.”
That’s a critical point. Obamacare is the result of about 100 years of Progressive machinations, and the Left knows that if it gets repealed and/or replaced now there will literally never be another chance to pull this one over on the American public.
We can’t wait for the Affordable Health Care Act to implode because the Left will never willingly give up on this, never surrender regardless of how big of a disaster our health care system becomes. This is a fight to the death and the Republican party seems to think it’s a polite game of checkers.
When normal people say “I’m sorry” - they change their behavior, and change or remove the thing which caused offense.
When sociopaths and narcissists say “I’m sorry” - it is to deflect criticism, while they attempt to blame others, and claim they are victims too.
I doubt Obama will do anything to change or roll-back ACA, and no doubt we can expect more of the latter.
@SalenaZitoTrib @ron_fournier 2nd paragraph heaps scorn on GOP, piece ends telling O not to blame GOP. Mourns fate of universal healthcare
Ron Fournier @ron_fournier 22m @KristinnFR @SalenaZitoTrib Nice catch. My view: I can (and should) throw flags all over the field, cast blame. He, tho, needs to govern.
Evil......No other word for the way this guy thinks.
Just my opinion of course.
When 0bamaCare falls I hope it falls on you, Ron.
Tomorrow it’ll be 50 billion...;’)
Right...so he feels it's his responsibility to blame everybody. Truth doesn't enter into it.
What an ugly viewpoint.
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