Democrat Senator Chuck Schumer, the unconscionable hypocrite who preys upon the ignorant with the help of the greedy and lazy, had a few noteworthy seconds of comment as he orchestrated from the minority position the defeat of any Obamacare repeal and replace.
Schumer said, “Let us vote against skinny repeal and let’s work together to improve our healthcare system in the way our Founding Fathers intended us to improve it.” Because a right to government mandated socialized medicine is such a consistent theme throughout the Constitution, right Chuck?
Let’s put his blather into perspective. The Obamacare law was passed only by Democrats who stuffed it down the throats of Americans and Republicans who knew it was a disaster. As it crashes and burns, just as it was predicted and probably intended to do, it does so up to this point having never received a single Republican vote in favor of it.
Even as their own law crumbles and becomes increasingly insolvent and unworkable with every passing day, the Democrats responsible fail to support any effort in either chamber to save their own disastrous pile of legislative garbage.
Now that the Democrats have effectively obstructed every option attempted by Republicans to keep the law and the system it created from imploding, Schumer is creating a sound bite to feign an effort to work together in the notorious “bipartisan” manner. What a slimy snake this swamp creature is. Not a single Democrat voted to save Obamacare by working with Republicans and now he’s presenting a facade of cooperation.
In the end he was victorious. Obamacare is still the law of the land and it is still on a collision course with insolvency and unmanageability. Schumer did accomplish one thing, though, he did manage to get three RINO Republicans to vote for it, comrades Murkowski (AK) Collins (ME) and McCain (AZ).
Schumer doesn’t says just how the founding fathers are supposed to have envisioned this fight over the character and content of a nationalized health care system. He doesn’t explain why, if it was such an important issue, it doesn’t appear a single time in the Constitution.
He also doesn’t say how working together between political parties is reflective of their wishes, since the earliest incarnations of political parties were far from united groups, with the Anti-Federalists, in large part, opposing the Constitution altogether.
There were no Democrats or Republicans. In fact, George Washington warned against political parties and the leeches such as Schumer that inhabit them in his farewell address. He said, “The alternate domination of one faction over another, sharpened by the spirit of revenge, natural to party dissension, which in different ages and countries has perpetrated the most horrid enormities, is itself a frightful despotism.” That certainly sounds like a warning to avoid snakes like Schumer.
Ever heard the name George Washington before, Chuck? Tell us, what side of the health care debate was he on?
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