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Obama wants to force war-injured veterans to pay for the treatment of their own war injuries through private health insurance?!?

Smarmy. Utterly, despicably smarmy. To even think such a concept exhibits a low, classless consideration of our military. The face that first spoke it should have been slapped. Hard. Twice.

Smarmy. It's the only word for allowing this proposal to get any air whatsoever. Soldiers deserve far better.

What a disgrace.

ETC: Normally, I try to find some sort of humor in what Obama does, because a lot of his/Pelosi's/Reid's/Dodd's/Frank's plans are just plain laughable, even when they're harmful. But this crosses a line, and even if they planned to use it as a negotiating tactic by proposing the outrageous to then recall it later in exchange for some lesser concession... it's smarmy.

Of course, this comes as the Commander-in-Chief's wife decides that she'll make military families a mission of hers. If that's true, it's too bad her husband won't.


by Brett Rogers, 3/17/2009 11:52:56 PM


I thought Michelle was making it her lifes work to fight for military families.

I wonder if Barry is getting any these days?

I'm against government provided "pre-paid by somebody else" health care. One exception being the men and women who fight for what's left of this countries freedom. They get hurt doing the job they volunteered for they should not have to pay one cent.

Every time this guy opens his mouth I shake my head in disapproval. I don't think he has a clue. I could be wrong, but, when everything plays out I don't think I'm going to be.

Beam me up, Scotty.



Posted by Kelly, 3/18/2009 12:39:00 AM

Ha! Beat me to it.



Posted by Kelly, 3/18/2009 12:39:41 AM

You're not wrong, Kelly. His Harvard papers aren't worth the ink used to print it. This is just one big ivory tower experiment in prime time.



Posted by Brett Rogers (, 3/18/2009 1:14:05 AM

*&^% (**&#$%% @#%^&&& (*&)!!!!!



Posted by Pale Rider, 3/18/2009 11:13:14 AM

Yep, PR.



Posted by Brett Rogers (, 3/18/2009 11:17:15 AM

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