Both political sides of the health care debate leave little to admire. We must appreciate a hard fought battle, despite the sell your soul, Louisiana Purchase, Cornhusker kickback, and the few Democrats that voted for the bill based on Obama's no-federally-funded-abortion (check back in a few years). Politics has always been a dirty business. That's why they are the least admired people, aka, puppets, most who enjoy a close personal relationship with the Dark One.
Healthcare bill appeal is unlikely and may not be worth the battle. The Republicans should focus their efforts on the next supplemental, healthcare takeover bill, or whatever grow-government program Obama and the liberals desire. The Republicans fought a good fight but in the end, they did not have enough votes. Elections have consequences.
On the Obama/Pelosi/Reid side, the arrogance is sickening. It is childish to mock your opponents, like Obama is doing. Fame is fleeing. You are only on top for so long. Things will come around to bite you eventually.
Losing is painful. Winning is joyful. Regardless, there should always be proper etiquette. Respect for ones opponent is never out of style or in bad taste, whichever side you are on.
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