So the afternoon email message about what’s up on SuperTalk Mississippi arrives, and I learn that Gallo will be talking health care tomorrow:
7:30-Robert Goddard, Mississippi Author-He’s InDaHouse. If health care laws within ObamaCare were judged by Constitutional standards, nothing we’ve seen in any of the proposed Bills would survive the Courts.
Robert Goddard? […]
Folks with long memories may recall a piece that ran in the New Republic magazine during the Clinton health care legislation debate by Betsy McCaughey. Although riddled with errors, it became a central part of the attack on the legislation, and McCaughey used her fame from that to get elected Lt. Gov. of New […]
In an interview with Ezra Klein on the Washington Post site, Senator Isakson expresses puzzlement (perhaps even annoyance) that a provision he advocated allowing doctors to be compensated for providing medical advice about health care directives morphed in the hands of the nuts into “death committees.” Isakson said:
How someone could take an end […]
NBC images from the crowd waiting for President Obama’s health care town hall meeting in New Hampshire.
The full quote, of course, is Jefferson: “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time, with the blood of patriots and tyrants.”
Meanwhile, the lunatics have moved on […]
Cari Gervin had a story from an Oxford interview with Travis Childers and Jennie Kilgore of North Mississippi Legal Services about health care reform. Childers equivocates some, but does say there needs to be a bill.
The level of discourse in the health care debate makes me want to bring back Emily Littella. Perhaps its time to make Puerto Rico a steak.