Sarah Palin's ghostwriter had something to say about it on Facebook:
We’ve got to hold on to hope, and we’ve got to fight hard because Congressional action tonight just put America on a path toward an unrecognizable country.
The same government leaders that got us into the mortgage business and the car business are now getting us into the health care business.
Make no mistake: we’re on course to have government commandeer one-sixth of our economy. The people who gave us Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac now want to run our health care. Think about that.
There's a veiled threat to the Senate in the closing paragraph:
We need to let our legislators in Washington know that they still represent us, and that the majority of Americans are not in favor of the “reform” they are pushing. After all, this is still a country “of the people, by the people, and for the people.” We will make our voices heard. It’s on to the Senate now. Our legislators can listen now, or they can hear us in 2010. It’s their choice.
- Sarah Palin
She's right about one thing: Congressional action tonight just put America on a path toward an unrecognizable country.
Yes, the US will be unrecognizable, it will be better! The largest economy in the western world has finally caught up with other countries, where healthcare is seen as a basic human right.
Why is Sarah Palin so against a more equitable society? Her values and principles are very much out of date, they show the ugly face of capitalism in a world where we should all look out for each other, where we can no longer accept the enormous gulf between the haves and have-nots.
Good bye, Sarah. We're moving on, embracing 21st century values, working towards a better world. Enjoy your tea party with the rest of the dinosaurs.
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