Thursday, September 10, 2009

Notes on Sarah Palin's response to Obama

Sarah’s turn around time is getting quick! She answered Obama’s speech with some pretty awesome fire!

I like how she busts him with his own words against opponents (her mainly) to his “plan”.

Our objections to the Democrats’ health care proposals are not mere “bickering” or “games.” They are not an attempt to “score short term political points.” And it’s hard to listen to the President lecture us not to use “scare tactics” when in the next breath he says that “more will die” if his proposals do not pass.
Sarah Palin is forcing Obama to stay on the “death panel” issue. She knows that without a way to ration care, government run health care is impossible, therefore Obama and the Democrats will have to address rationing or lose the very cost cutting component to the program. If Obama and the Dems address this topic support will go out the window and if they are forced to dump this provision from the bill government run heath care will collapse under runaway costs.

In his speech the President directly responded to concerns I’ve raised about unelected bureaucrats being given power to make decisions affecting life or death health care matters. He called these concerns “bogus,” “irresponsible,” and “a lie” -- so much for civility. After all the name-calling, though, what he did not do is respond to the arguments we’ve made, arguments even some of his own supporters have agreed have merit.

I have noticed something about Sarah Palin’s fighting style. She seems to have adapted David Horowitz’s suggestions for going after Dems by pointing out how cruel they can be. Check out his 9/11 bash she delivers, ouch!

Finally, President Obama delivered an offhand applause line tonight about the cost of the War on Terror. As we approach the anniversary of the September 11th attacks and honor those who died that day and those who have died since in the War on Terror, in order to secure our freedoms, we need to remember their sacrifices and not demonize them as having had too high a price tag.

Via: Memeorandum

Via: Sarah Palin’s Facebook page

Via: FrontPage Magazine


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