Thursday, July 23, 2009

Anti-Obama-Care Demonstration in Dallas

I attended today an anti-Obama-Care demon-stration in Dallas.  I took the time to use my Nikon CoolPix 5000 to shoot some very shaky video.


This was originally a moveon-dot-org sponsored pro-Obama-Care rally.  Apparently we took it over and turned it into an anti-Obama-Care rally.  Read about it here.

Meanwhile, the gallop poll is reporting that a majority 50% of all Americans are against Obama-Care.  Not even Obama’s prime time speech could keep the White House from announcing that the vote on the House bill would be postponed until September.  That means that the vote will come after representatives come back to Washington for the annual summer break.

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that Texas physicians have broken with the American Medical Association over Obama-Care.

The Associated Press reported that qualms about Obama-Care are growing.

Obama’s personal approvals ratings have fallen from 62% to 54% in the past month.  Karl Rove reported in the Wall Street Journal that Obama’s Health Care scheme is in trouble.

In an earlier blog, I felt that Obama-Care was a virtual done deal.  There was then little doubt that with a huge Democratic majority in the House, Obama would get what he wanted.  Now I still think it is better than 50-50, but not a done deal.

The only way this can be stopped is for 40 so-called Blue Dog Democrats to switch their votes.

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