Well this is a sign that healthcare is going to pass…

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Well this is a sign that healthcare is going to pass...

Hey it’s always an indi­ca­tion that things are going well when unde­cided con­gress­men choose to skip a rally being attended by the pres­i­dent of the United States:

Rep­re­sen­ta­tive John Boccieri, Demo­c­rat of Ohio, whose vote on major health care leg­is­la­tion could be cru­cial to the out­come, will not be attend­ing Pres­i­dent Obama’s health care rally on Mon­day in Strongsville, Ohio, not far from Mr. Boccieri’s own dis­trict, a spokes­woman said.

Sure it’s all about another project noth­ing to do with health­care. And like the fully armed nuclear mis­siles com­ing from the planet Magrathea toward the ship Heart of gold, the thou­sands of pro­test­ers wait­ing to greet the pres­i­dent as men­tioned by Michelle Malkin in this post are a spe­cial cour­tesy that is extended to every pres­i­dent who is about to suc­cess­fully per­suade mem­bers of his own party to pass an unpop­u­lar bill through con­gress at the risk of their seats.

It’s like watch­ing a dis­as­ter movie in slow motion.

Hey it’s always an indication that things are going well when undecided congressmen choose to skip a rally being attended by the president of the United States:

Representative John Boccieri, Democrat of Ohio, whose vote on major health care legislation could be crucial to the outcome, will not be attending President Obama’s health care rally on Monday in Strongsville, Ohio, not far from Mr. Boccieri’s own district, a spokeswoman said.

Sure it’s all about another project nothing to do with healthcare. And like the fully armed nuclear missiles coming from the planet Magrathea toward the ship Heart of gold, the thousands of protesters waiting to greet the president as mentioned by Michelle Malkin in this post are a special courtesy that is extended to every president who is about to successfully persuade members of his own party to pass an unpopular bill through congress at the risk of their seats.

It’s like watching a disaster movie in slow motion.