Saturday, September 28, 2013
Robert Graves, in I, Claudius, had Emperor Claudius, when looking over the mess around him him and feeling powerless, say “Let all the poisons in the mud hatch out.”
This is the strategy the Conservative side should take. Do nothing but let the impending failure and mess happen. The biggest possible mark against the program will be to let it happen as written. Even the Obama regime has admitted things are not going well in some areas (hence the waivers and delay of imposing on business). If the Congress itself does not want it, how awful can it possibly become. They point to successes only by using their interpretation of data that others see the other way (many see costs of insurance up while Obama looks at numbers to talk down in the face of up). If they misdefined the affordable in terms of individuals so some families will have to forgo subsidies. Let it all happen. They wrote it and they connived to pass it (if what they did counts as legal passing).
The abomination’s worst enemy is itself. Look at the writers of the bill. Look at the ignorance of those voting on the bill of the bill. As Pelosi said, “We have to pass this bill in order to find out what it says.” Let is happen. “Let all the poisons in the mud hatch out.”
Posted by Dr. Paul Meartz at 12:58 PM