Monday, September 28, 2009

It's Baaackkkk!!!! The Right Wing Conspiracy

Bill Clinton's appearance on "Meet the Press" and the various false attributions Democrats and their media sympathizers employ to try to tarnish their opponents.
When scandal was breaking around the administration of William Clinton, stridently defending her husband on morning news programming, Hilary Clinton suggested his difficulties were due to a huge “right wing conspiracy.”

Fast forward to yesterday morning, setting “Meet the Press” on NBC, host David Gregory asked, “Is it still there?”

To which the ever “slick one” replied: Oh, you bet. Sure it is. It's not as strong as it was, because America's changed demographically, but it's as virulent as it was."

Adding, "I mean, they're saying things about him [Obama] -- you know, it's like when they accused me of murder and all that stuff they did."

Take these remarks and add to them the suggestions made about the makeup of town hall participants critical of the government seizure of health care, runaway Federal spending and deficits, and more intrusive government accusing citizens expressing their concerns that run contrary to the Democratic party’s agenda that such individuals are “un-American,” created visions of swastikas for Nancy Pelosi, are expressions of deep seated racism as accused by many most notably Jimmy Carter, these media and political leftists can never identify what the true conspiracy is nor connect the dots to give their assertions any validity. Quite simply, they refuse to meet the issues head-on. Their accusations are false as are many assertions what their efforts in resting control of health care away from the private sector actually entail.

The public is becoming increasingly aware of their attempts to demonize their opposition through making broad blanket statements – “right wing extremists,” “racists,” or tools of the insurance companies, the Republican party, or any other group they see fit to use as a rallying point for their contempt. While they might assert criticisms directed at their schemes are false, they can never demonstrate how they are false. They’d rather just brand their opponents as liars.

When we reflect on how the entire effort to push through the radical seizure of health care, that initially they intended to have bills passed before their August recess, and have attempted to take something so sweeping and involved and rush it through as if it were an emergency appropriation for a recent disaster, it shows their understanding that the devil’s in the details and the less the public has time to question to proposal the better for them.

The cat’s out of the bag now as poll results show that those opposed to socialized medicine continues to grow while support continues to fall off. Surely the Senate proposal makes certain realities including the awesome high expensive to all citizens much clearer than ever before. Whether one considers the Max Baucus Senate Bill or House Bill HR 3200, the prospects are unacceptable.

Identifying these bills as unacceptable is not a matter of being “right wing” nor are they concerns being addressed ones generated by any kind of right wing conspiracy. Such opposition is simply clearly articulated common sense. When facts and reason do not support the radical agenda, demogoguery is always a convenient tactic.

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