Health care shot felt 'round the country
And so health care reform has passed.
The president and his fellow socialists are giddy, while a recent Gallup poll shows that a majority of Americans are incensed over the passage of a law that takes over one-sixth of the economy and inserts the federal government between doctors and patients.
The Democrats shamelessly bribed its own party members to vote for this bill, which attests to its lack of support. We can only hope that Democrats will lose so badly in November that implementation of this law can be slowed down and, eventually, repealed.
Perhaps Alexis de Tocqueville was on to something when he observed more than 150 years ago that "the American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public's money."
This attack on our personal freedoms was debated and passed solely among Democrats against the will of the American people. Proudly, Republicans were unanimous in their opposition. November will give Americans the opportunity to stand up for freedom of choice and limited government.
I can't wait.