A Handy Guide to Reform

Just in case you feel like getting into a discussion with a teabagger, this handy guide will help you let people know why they should be happy with the bill.

The bottom line is that there are some genuinely good aspects to this legislation and as the months go by, the shrieking and wailing is going to sound even more preposterous.



2 Responses to “A Handy Guide to Reform”

  1. Talking points will not end this debate my friend, this will only get louder and larger for those of us that do not want this.

    Some youtube crap.

  2. Just so we’re clear on this: a historic majority elected a president and congress to enact their agenda, which they did, and now a screeching, vocal minority that confuses losing an election with tyranny is making threats? Why do you hate democracy?

    Actually, rather than threatening whatever it is you’re threatening, I’ll just offer a challenge. You run this November on a campaign of repealing the health care bill, after people have a chance to see its immediate effects, and let’s just see if you can retake the majority!

    “Louder and larger” just means “more annoyingly backwards and racist” right?

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