There is not a dime’s worth of difference between the two major political parties. Both have the same agenda – a bigger, more intrusive government. The only debate is around the edges.
In other words, the debate is between ObamaCare and RomneyCare – it’s a debate over who takes credit, and nothing else.
The Republicans are not looking to dismantle ObamaCare. Congressman Pat Tiberi, speaking for the Republicans, was quoted in Sunday’s Dispatch as stating that the real issue was Obama’s unwillingness to include Republicans in the debate – “a missed opportunity,” sighed Tiberi.
But the missed opportunity was not for Tiberi and the rest of the Republicans (save Rep. Paul of Texas) to say “no way.” The missed opportunity was for the Republicans to stamp their nonsense on Obama’s watershed legislation.
This country is fast moving toward fascialism (a combination of fascism and socialism). And the great political debate of today is over which party leads the way.
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
The Dispatch published a letter of mine today. Here is the original -- the director's cut. Jim