Let’s See If I’ve Got This Straight

Posted on August 12, 2009 11:45 pm

If the government gives a big wad of cash to your business, they can tell you how much you can pay your employees, what mode of transportation you can take, and where you can travel to because you’re on the taxpayer’s dime.


If the government is spending big wads of cash on your health care, they promise not to interfere with any health-related choices you’d care to make, no matter how many taxpayer’s dimes it costs.

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19 Responses to “Let’s See If I’ve Got This Straight”

  1. Terry_Jim says:

    A promise is a promise.
    What, like you can’t trust the word of a politician.
    C’mon, man quit being a nay-saying, hate filled racist.

    You know everything that comes out of the White House is TRUTH, especially the latest , truthier truth that is opposite the truth that was released a few hours, days or weeks ago.
    Like the campaign slogan said:
    “Change you can believe in, (as you wait for the next change).”

  2. Less says:

    Oh, and you’ll have really tough negotiations about the minutiae of the health-related choices they ARE going to interfere with, and it’s ok once the bill is passed because the rules will NEVER change.


  3. Basil says:

    So, they’re asking us to HOPE for NO CHANGE?

  4. AlanABQ says:

    Uh oh- i think this post is going to get “flagged”…

  5. Government Motors And Your Health Care « The Underground Conservative links:

    […] trackback Frank Fleming at IMAO — In My Arrogant Opinion, in case you were wondering — raises a good point about government-run health care, comparing what happened to GM — Government Motors — to what will happen to you under […]

  6. Live Free Or Die says:

    The P.T. Barnum Target Audience Says, “I’ll buy THAT for a dollar.”

  7. Live Free Or Die says:

    Congressional Rules permit the speakers who have the floor to revise and extend their comments before they(their words) are entered into the Congressional Record, with the Mr./Madam Speaker’s permission. They revise and amend bills all the time, so in essence they have been playing CONGRESSIONAL CALVINBALL for a long, long time.

  8. Socrates says:

    Excellent post, Harvey (ITYRN).

    It’s a corollary to “If you take the king’s dollar, you must do the king’s bidding.”

  9. Alpha Maser says:

    What happened to the “its my body” abortion rights crowd anyway? Yet another twist on the same hypocrisy.

  10. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    How come the democrats communists have no problem telling big companies that pay BILLIONS in taxes what they can and can’t do but if anyone suggests welfare leaches (who suck up all those billions) actually W O R K…that’s mean spirited and of course >>>RACIST O_O?

  11. ussjimmycarter says:

    This post sounds fishy too me…

  12. Deafdog says:

    I bought into the whole, “I never heard Reverend Wright speak a racist word,” bit.

    I’ll believe anything.

  13. Thor says:

    Buying it? No.

    Paying for it? Unfortunately, Yes.

  14. zzyzx says:

    Isn’t this basically the same federal government that made all those promises to the Americans Indians? And don’t we all know how well those promises got kept?

  15. TerribleTroy says:

    Teh Gubmint dont LIE…. the gubmint “mispeaks” or “should of calibrated thier words better”…….. or some other code word……. you know like the word “socialist” is the new code word for the dreaded “N” word……

  16. papatodd says:

    Don’t forget that I’ll buy THAT for a dollar was also in RoboCop. Yes and now the auto dealers are SHOCKED that the government is not paying them. I know they had no choice in the C4C program, but they shouldn’t be surprised. If you’re gonna dance with the devil…..

  17. AlanABQ says:


    Man, you have got to submit that as a bumper sticker or shirt. Especially in ’12.

  18. But they promise « Conservative Apologetics: Short & Simple links:

    […] they promise Posted on August 14, 2009 by thinkingsmarter Saw this over at IMAO and just had to borrow […]

  19. 5 of 7 says:

    “Tar-baby ain’t sayin’ nuthin’, en Brer Fox, he lay low.”

    – Joel Chandler Harris,
    Uncle Remus and His Friends, 1892.

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