I was banned from the fucktard’s site. No reason given, but from the number of in-coming links from there and seeing that many of the readers there agree with me that Single-Payer, Not-for-profit healthcare should be FORCED on to the table (Excuse me, people, you realize they work FOR us, right?). It seems evident that my message goes heavily against the grain in the mind of an ass-kissing sycophant who must gather whatever popularity and power he can by turning against the true needs and desires of Americans, especially Progressives.
Today, Master Ass-Kisser, himself, posted about having Nancy Pelosi on for a live chat to discuss America’s Affordable Health Choices Act
I hope that her shit is more palatable than Mr Obama’s. In my mind, all shit is something to avoid, but not Johnny Boy. Mmm Mmm.
I want to know why it is that so many American “Progressives” have suddenly stopped fighting for real change (I think I know the answer to my question). Why is it that you Sheople jump on board with a water-carrying asshat like Amato, when you know he has bedded down with the Power Mongering Demublican Party? He gets his pat on the head and a little backing and man o man having fun with those celeb’s… but what do you get?
Fucked. That’s what.
I watched this shit for 8 years as you other dumbasses fell for “The Godly Man” W and his criminally, evil ways. I watched as “Bushies” formed and basically defended and supported each and every horrific thing he and his cronies did. What I did not expect, at the time, was to have those who kept saying they wanted change to turn into Bushies. For that is precisely what Kos, C&L and many other so-called “Progressive” sites have done (become what they so hated for the last 8 years). Do you fools not see the hypocrisy and irony in your actions?
Do you realize that it is the REAL Progressives, like me, who are pushing for change and NOT willing to satisfy for the status quo of them “letting us eat cake”? That those fake progressive sites are now nothing more than a caricature of their previous object of their hatred, the Bushies.
But there is a way even without these slaves to the Dem Party. Let me show you how another REAL Progressive without the shit on his lips addresses this issue:
Did you see that, Johnny Boy? How about the rest of you jerkoffs who are only capable of toeing the line they want you to toe? Aren’t you embarrassed to call yourselves Progressive when regression and capitulation is your only method? You see Johnny Boy, when someone is a Patriot, they don’t fall on their knees and gobble the Elitist goober just to stroke their own ego. They stand up to the ones that are standing in the way of PROGRESS.
What I am saying is that these money-grubbing, ass-licking, water-carrying sites like Amatos’ are just the other face of the Two Party system. With John, he is too ignorant to have planned it, so I can only assume that he is simply liking the attention, money and the time he gets to sit with Arianna and the few opportunities he gets to speak with Olbermann. I don’t know what, exactly, it is about these folks, except it must be some sense of need for attention and the limelight. It sure as hell isn’t about what is best for this country.
The other explanation would be that they are complicit. I don’t think so. John isn’t smart enough.
But, he is dumb enough to allow the Demublican Party to rule what the agenda for his site is. This is obvious when it comes to one of the most crucial issues facing us today… our healthcare. Unfortunately, he and those others are unaware or just plain too stupid to see how what they are ass-kissing about is going to be a dismal failure and we will have them and their stupid ass-kissing fools to blame for it.
Thank goodness we have a different voice than the sycophantic ass-kissers out there:
D Is For Deception
Yesterday, the House Democrats unveiled their health care reform bill.
Even if it passes, it is bound to fail.
Because it keeps the insurance industry in the game.
It will cost a trillion dollars over ten years.
It won’t cover tens of millions of Americans.
It won’t control costs.
And it’s a bailout for the insurance industry.
Only a single payer — everybody in, nobody out — national health insurance bill (co-sponsored by 85 members of the House — most recently by Congressman John Murtha (D-Pennsylvania)) will hit the grand slam — cover everyone, save money, control costs, and fix a broken health care system.
But what struck me yesterday while watching the Democrats was the depth of their deception.
There was Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Majority Leader Steny Hoyer.
Both heaping praise upon and honoring Congressman John Dingell (D-Michigan).
And his father — John Dingell, Sr.
John Dingell, Sr. represented Michigan’s 15th district for 22 years until his death in 1955.
John Dingell, Jr. has represented the district ever since.
But not once during the press conference did anyone mention that it was John Dingell, Sr. who first introduced a single payer bill in Congress in 1943.
And it was Democratic leaders in Congress and President Barack Obama who took single payer off the table.
The Republicans will tell you straight up — we’re for big business.
Single payer is socialism.
And that’s why we’re against single payer.
When the Democrats are out of power, they will tell you what you want to hear — we’re for single payer.
They then take power, and all of a sudden, they are against single payer.
Take Henry Waxman (D-California) as a case in point.
For years, Henry Waxman was a co-sponsor of HR 676 — the single payer bill in the House.
Until earlier this year, when he became part of the leadership in the House.
Then Waxman took his name off the single payer bill.
In 2003, Barack Obama said he was for single payer.
Obama said at the time that we would have single payer in America only when the Democrats took back the White House and Congress.
Last year, Obama and the Democrats took back the White House and Congress.
And now President Obama is opposed to single payer.
The reality is that there is only one solution to the health care crisis — get the insurance companies out of health care.
The Democrats are now engaged in what Dr. Marcia Angell — former editor of the New England Journal of Medicine — calls “the futility of piecemeal tinkering.”
Angell and a majority of doctors in the United States — and a majority of the American people — believe that only a major single payer overhaul will get the job done.
That’s why we’re challenging the Democrats around the country.
And we will continue to challenge them, and the health insurance industry to whom they are beholden, until single payer becomes a reality in America.
We’re in it for the long haul.
Thanks to your generosity, Single Payer Action has directly confronted Democratic leaders including:
Congressman Henry Waxman (D-California)
Senator Charles Schumer (D-New York)
Senator Kent Conrad (D-North Dakota)
Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-Maryland)
First Lady Michelle Obama
Senator Chris Dodd (D-Connecticut)
White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California)
Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon)
White House Health Czar Nancy Ann DeParle
Senator Max Baucus (D-Montana).
And we’re planning to ratchet up the confrontation when Congress heads home for the August recess.
We have more than 20 single payer activists in our network now — and the list continues to grow.
The idea is to build a national core group of activists who will challenge members of Congress in non-violent direct confrontation.
To demand an answer — why are you ignoring the plight of the American people?
And to demand action — put single payer on the table now.
We need your help now to fund and expand this network in time for next month’s Congressional recess.
So, please, donate now — whatever you can afford — $10, $20, $50, $100, $500, $1,000.
So that we can confront the corporate Democrats in August.
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Autographed by Ralph Nader — who wrote the foreword to the book.
Phil Donahue said this about Grand Illusion: “Theresa Amato takes the biggest swing — not a jab, but a roundhouse punch — at America’s corrupt electoral system.”
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So that we can challenge the corporate Democrats on their home turf in August.
Together, we can make the difference.
Onward to a life-saving, cost-saving single payer.