Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Right on Republicans, Wrong on Neanderthals

Last night, 29 September 2009, Alan Grayson, congressman from central Florida, gave a succinct and accurate speech and demonstration concerning Republicans and health care and insurance. He mentioned the bad and disingenuous behavior of the Republicans during the president's recent speech to congress. Grayson picked up one of the handful of papers childishly waived by one of the Republicans, they were blank. Yes, that was their health care alternative.

The freshman representative had a couple of large cards on an easel, with the the Republican plan—don't get sick, and the the back up plan, when that fails—die quickly.
“This is what the Republicans want you to do. If you get sick America, the Republican health care plan is this: Die quickly!”
To-day, Grayson went on a cable, political, talk show. The four ninnies on the programme tried to coax him to take back his words, and admit guilt and slander against Republicans. He resolutely refused, for as he stated, “truth is an absolute defense”. Grayson compared Republicans to “foot dragging, knuckle dragging neanderthals. This is not true; there has been archælogical evidence, that suggests, neanderthals cared for their ill and crippled. While Mr. Grayson perfectly identified the Republican agenda and their stalling, obstructionist tactics, he gave a comparison that falsely, and unfairly demeaned neanderthals.

Grayson also cutely quoted the recently deceased Nixon/Agnew speechwriter, whom wrote
nattering nabobs of negativity”. Really, Grayson made successive, ferociously, clever, truthful statements. The Republican propagandist, Alex Castellanos, was repeating gibberish and Grayson defined it as amorphous nonsense”. While Borger and Blitzer and Johns also wanted public repentance, and were oblivious to the rash of Republican rubbish that has been relentlessly and reflexively spewed for a generation, Grayson never retreated. Mr. Grayson did not accept the loser rôle required of a Democrat by the media. I look forward to seeing and hearing more from this man.

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