Saturday, March 20, 2010

WSJ:: Left wing Democrat objectives

Chicago Saturday PM March 20, 2010

Editors, The Wall Street Journal


The Wall Street Journal's Peggy Noonan concludes her Saturday 20 March column “Now for the Slaughter - On the road to Demon Pass, our leader encounters a Baier” wondering “at what point the administration will realize it [Health Care Reforn] wasn't worth the discord, the diminution in popularity and prestige....”

For all that Ms. Noonan can write a coherent 1200 word column on the topic of the decade, she completely misses the objectives of the left wing of the Democrat party: They don't care about “discord... diminution in popularity and prestige” if it gets us to the point where President Obama can get on TV and read from his teleprompter: “Fellow citizens, the country is failing... but the country is too big to fail. To keep it from failing, I am nationalizing the entire private sector of the country. Every private company is now a part of the federal government. State and local governments are now parts of the federal government. All residents are employees of the Federal government. Your local commissar will be in touch with each of you in the morning. May the force be with us.”

But not to worry: his approval numbers will be at least 60%.

Arnold H Nelson

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