“MASS”acre … Obamacare Soundly Defeated in Massachusetts as Republican Scott Brown Defeats Coakley … Pot Committed Obama Continues to Defy the People
A plurality of voters said their vote was to stop the president’s health care plan — more than those saying it was a vote against his policies in general.
Last night the most liberal state in the United States said no to President Barack Obama, Democrat Senate Majority leader Harry Reid, Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the rest of the liberals in Congress who want to force Obamacare down the throats of Americans.
The most liberal state in the Union said yes to Republican and independent minded Scott Brown and no to Martha Coakley, no to Barack Obama, no to vote bribes to Ben Nelson and Mary Landrieu, no to special Union deals and $billion exemptions on “Cadillac” health care plans and no to the back room deals, lies and lack of transparancey of the Obama White House.
As Senate and House Democrat now fear for their political lives after last nights stunning Brown victory in Massachusetts, Barack Obama and the White House still refuse to listen to “We the People” and continue to push forward on a healthcare bill that no one wants.
White House senior adviser David Axelrod told POLITICO: “I think that it would a terrible mistake to walk away now. If we don’t pass the bill, all we have is the stigma of a caricature that was put on it. That would be the worst result for everybody who has supported this bill.” He said the administration will work with Capitol Hill to figure out how.
Obama’s former campaign manger, David Plouffe, added on ABC’s “Good Morning America”: “I’m very confident we can pass health-care reform.”
Democratic leaders insisted they planned to press ahead with health reform, and met late into Tuesday night in Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office. But they made no decisions about how to proceed, now that Brown has swept away the Democrats’ filibuster-proof 60-vote majority in the Senate.
The stigma of a caricature that was put on it? Obama has had 10 months and has devoted countless hours, days and months on trying to sell an unsellable product to the American people when The One should have been focused on creating jobs.
In the end, healthcare mattered!The special Senate election in The Bay State last night was a repudiation of Barack Obama and his terrible health care reform that reforms nothing.
Scott Brown’s opposition to congressional health care legislation was the most important issue that fueled his U.S. Senate victory in Massachusetts, according to exit poll data collected following the Tuesday special election.
Fifty-two percent of Bay State voters who were surveyed as the polls closed said they opposed the federal health care reform measure and 42 percent said they cast their ballot to help stop President Obama from passing his chief domestic initiative.
“A plurality of voters said their vote was to stop the president’s health care plan — more than those saying it was a vote against his policies in general,” Fabrizio wrote in a memo that accompanied his exit polling.
Barack Obama is pot committed in a card game of health care Texas Holdem’. That is the problem, this is no longer about the people, like it ever was, and more about Obama and Democrats saving face.
WE THE PEOPLE SPOKE … OBAMA AND DEMOCRATS BETTER LISTEN OR ELSE!