Didn’t bother to watch the President’s speech to Congress last night? Don’t worry, Dan Collins has you covered:
The economy is bad because of Bush. It is pulled back from the brink of disaster because of me. It’s still going to be bad for a while. Because of Bush. It’s time to look to the future.
Sometimes people are treated badly by insurance companies. That’s un-American. Why can’t we be more like the rest of the world?
If you have insurance, you’ll be able to keep it. If you don’t, that’s bad, because people who have insurance have to pay for you. That’s not fair to the people who pay insurance. Really, it’s kind of socialistic. So, I’ll make you buy insurance, unless you can’t, in which case I’ll make other people buy it for you.
I would never do anything that would run up huge deficits. Honest. Also, when they’re not stealing your tonsils and hacking off your feet just for the fees, doctors are pretty good people….
Let’s do this for the bloated, corrupt corpse of Teddy Kennedy. He knows the sheer terror and helplessness of coming to and realizing you’ve left someone to drown in your automobile. It’s the American way…
It’s a great synopsis, boiled down to a few essential paragraphs. Click on over there and read the whole thing.