Full column here.
A lovely song, just before the tornado destroys the farm.
“The road to hell is paved with good intentions.”
“He really means well. It’s just that he screws things up, over and over.”
Mr. Obama told a crowd this week critics of his healthcare program are premature in their condemnations. He said “fringe” voices are being negative. “Fringe” in Mr. Obama’s world is defined as 55-65% of Americans.
He also said we have to give ObamaCare a chance to work, to see if it turns out ok.
The remark was reminiscent of Nancy Pelosi’s suggestion Congress should pass the bill so we could find out what’s in it.
All of it sounds like a Queen of Hearts approach: “verdict now, trial later.” Or perhaps it is better described as a Dorothy worldview: “Somewhere, over the rainbow.” It certainly smacks of the old quip: let’s just throw it against the wall and see what sticks!