Madame wasted no time calling out the government for their quest to take over the another part of the American economy. She followed this up by asking Pukelosi a flurry of challenging questions that could have buried the Speaker like an Alaskan snowstorm in January. She asked about the broken promise of transparency, the supposed need to rush the passage of the bill, and the fear that Congress has of the American people and their desire to read the bill first.
I had a few questions for Pukelosi, but Madame wouldn't let me post them on Facebook, so I'll post them here:
1) Will McAfee VirusScan and Norton Anti-virus be rationed under this bill, Ms. Speaker? I don't want to get a virus and become corrupted just because of the public option.
2) What will happen to you if the plan eventually leads to the non-coverage of Botox for Congresswomen?
3) How were you able to make a facial expression that looked like a smile following the passage of that vote?
4) How does it feel to be Joan Rivers's twin?
OK, OK, that last question wasn't health care related, but I've always been curious.
Madame really took the Speaker to task on the effects this bill will have on the overall economy, jobs, the free market, and personal liberties. She also wrote about the "death panels", abortion, and coverage of illegal aliens. Read it; it's good!
She even made a reference to the Preamble of the Constitution. Hmm, was that a shot at the softy southpaws like Pukelosi herself and Rachel Maddow, who either don't take the Constitution seriously or don't know that the Preamble exists?
Madame remains positive. We can't give up hope; we can't stop fighting. These Congressmen and women will either listen to the people now or in 2010 when they become one of the unemployed.