Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Confused as to who is voting how on the health care?
Family Security has the links here:
Keeping Track of the House’s Health Care Votes Family Security Matters AND THOMAS SOWELL
"...In a swindle that would make Bernie Madoff look like an amateur, Barack Obama has gotten a substantial segment of the population to believe that he can add millions of people to the government-insured rolls without increasing the already record-breaking federal deficit.
Those who think in terms of talking points, instead of realities, can point to the fact that the Congressional Budget Office has concurred with budget numbers that the Obama administration has presented..."
Anyone who is so old-fashioned as to stop and think, instead of being swept along by rhetoric, can understand that a budget-- any budget-- is not a record of hard facts but a projection of future financial plans. A budget tells us what will happen if everything works out according to plan.
RealClearPolitics - Talking Points vs. Reality

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