Trouble In Liberal Paradise: Even Kos Wants To Kill The Bill?
My, oh my: The things you learn when you read Kos’s twitter feed:
RT @jakemcintyre: Short term goal: kill the bloody abortion that is Senate HC “reform.” Long term goal: kill the Senate
RT @aravosis: When it still feels like Bush is in the WH and Gingrich the Congress, I don’t call that ‘change’
RT @Devilstower: Senate has turned the climate bill into something worse than the status quo, and now HCR joins it. Heckuva job, Brownie.
RT @royalconstantin: @markos We will ever get to see a Democratically controlled Congress some day? I wonder what that’s like.
RT @HunterDK: Every round of #HCR sabotage came from our top-corporate-funded Senate conservadems. GOP refused to even play.
Bye bye, Reid. You weren’t a bad MINORITY leader.
Insurance companies win. Time to kill this monstrosity coming out of the Senate.
Death. RT @Atrios: 2010 gonna be grim
RT @HunterDK: Breaking News: Senate agrees to drop healthcare reform from #HCR bill. Will be replaced with picture of Calvin peeing on you.
Hey so, if even Kos doesn’t want the healthcare bill to pass at this point, what’s the point of slamming it through? Conservatives hate it, independents hate it, and if even the netroots don’t like it, where’s the upside?
PS: Doesn’t it put a big smile on your face to see him coming across that grim?
PS #2: “When it still feels like Bush is in the WH and Gingrich the Congress, I don’t call that ‘change'” Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!
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