Friday, February 26, 2010

The Great Obama Health Care Summit

It was Obama vs. the Republicans, who were a lot more well informed, honest, and knowledgable than Obama's bench.
Six and a half hours, two meals, a tub of ice cream, a gallon of coffee and 20 sheets of scribbled notes after the televised “bipartisan health-care summit” began, I still ask myself the question that popped into my head within minutes of the summit’s start: What on earth was President Obama thinking when he decided to convene this weird little powwow?

Was he trying to make the Republicans look bad—retrograde ogres who would leave uninsured babies to die in their cribs? If so, he didn’t succeed at all. On the contrary, they came out of it looking rather alert and grownup.


UPDATE: Yak. Yak. Yak. Kim Strassel has it right Talk is easy. Politics is hard.

1 Comments:

Blogger jake said...

We're told the people don't care about the numbers or the process.
Yet John McCain, bipartisan enough to be in favor of the Democrat global warming scam, is too political for this grand summit theater.
Somehow, I don't think Johnny Depp is the one who went through the Looking Glass.

February 26, 2010 at 1:32 PM 

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