Yes He Did
In what is being hailed as a major victory for baby killers and commies, Barack Obama and Nancy Pelosi were somehow able to pass the once thought dead health care legislation. The Health Care Reform bill, which was more than likely written in Kenyan, marks a tremendous victory for the first-term (Muslim) President, albeit one with significant political consequences.
For example, even though nationalized health care was first introduced by Richard Nixon and Bob Dole in 1974, modern day Republicans have railed against nearly every element of this bill and are promising swift political retribution for its passage. Few of these measures have worked, but House Republicans remain confident that the newest tactic, holding their breaths until Harry Reid is tarred and feathered, will pay handsome dividends.
The biggest loser in all of this is the American economy. With these sweeping socialist overhauls, there is almost no way that America's economy will be able to compete with those of China and Western Europe. In a way this bill will provide Americans with health care, but in another way it will provide Americans with a sickle and hammer. And before you know it, comrade, we'll all be living on communal farm factories, sustaining on trail mix and enhanced yogurts, singing songs of our Dear Leader in between 13-hour shifts in the fields.
The bottom line is that the government cannot and should not be trusted to do anything. Period. Ever. There's almost no historical example of them ever getting anything right. Health care will be no different. But don't take our word for it. Look for yourself. Take the bus down to the library and look through all those fancy books. And then come up with one - JUST ONE - example of them ever not being totally hopeless.