Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Orrin Hatch is Right

Orrin Hatch on why Healthcare Reform must be stopped:
"And if they get there, of course, you're going to have a very rough time having a two-party system in this country, because almost everybody's going to say, 'All we ever were, all we ever are, all we ever hope to be depends on the Democratic Party,'" Hatch said during an interview with the conservative CNSNews.com.


"That's their goal," Hatch added. "That's what keeps Democrats in power."
And, well, yeah.  That is our plan.  We're going to pass good policies that make people like us, and they'll continue to vote for us because they know our opponents will try to take away the good policies that people like.  This diabolical plot is codenamed "democracy," because that's what this is.  Jesus, it's like conservatives imagine that good policies are a cheap campaign trick or something.

All we ever were, all we ever are, all we ever hope to be depends on the Democratic Party...unless you're rich.  Then any party will do.

2 comments:

Mike Goldman said...

Actually the Democratic party is quite capable of dividing itself into two or more parties, once the Republican party goes the way of the Federalists.

John Fulton said...

Orrin Hatch articulates the very widespread contempt for the majority. If something helps the majority of people, it's obviously undesirable.

It seems really unpatriotic to me to see the majority of Americans and what they want as a problem.