to Republicans: Stop lying to the American people about Obamacare. Your outrageous charges are going to backfire on you, as the people discover, despite your lies, the benefits of the legislation. Instead of fighting it, why not take some credit for it, since it was modeled after your candidate’s program in Massachusetts, where 98% of the people are now covered?
to all voters: You have a better chance of arriving at the truth if you believe the OPPOSITE of everything Mitt Romney and his allies have to say about President Obama.
to the 17 Democrats who voted with the Republican majority to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress. Shame on you! Are you that afraid of or beholden to the National Rifle Association?
to the Democrats who, following the lead of the Congressional Black Caucus, walked out during the vote as a protest to the action of the House Republicans: Good for you! That was a stronger statement than a negative vote, when your vote could not have changed the outcome. It was a statement of principle!
to the Deputy Attorney General James Cole, who said that the Justice Department will take no action to prosecute Mr. Holder “for withholding subpoenaed documents pursuant to a presidential assertion of executive privilege”: Bravo for not complying with the Republican witch hunt.
to Congress for extending aid to States for highway and transit construction and for extending the lower interest rates on student loans: At last we can say Thank you! How did it feel to work together?
to Governor Romney: Tell the truth. If you stick to the truth, you won’t have to keep
flip-flopping all the time.
to President Obama: Please keep pointing out the benefits of the Affordable Care Act, and explaining how it will lead to the creation of millions of new jobs. If you do that, you will be dealing with two major concerns at the same time, health-care and JOBS! And please, Mr. President, don’t stoop to your opponent’s level of discourse.