Couldn't Have Said It Better, II
I am becoming less and less a frothing lunatic as the chorus of committed conservatives and Republicans chimes in to criticize the $400 billion Medicare "reform" bill.
Cal Thomas' article is especially damning, chucking skewers at the GOP in general:
"Smaller government and less spending? That's a joke. Eleven years ago, Newt Gingrich, who would soon become Speaker of the House, blasted Democrats for seeing "no contradiction between adding a billion and a half dollars in pork-barrel (spending) for the politicians in their big-city machines and voting for a balanced budget amendment." Now that Republicans are doing precisely what Democrats did when they were in the majority, what shall we call these overspending Republicans? Hypocrites? Liars?"
Thomas asks, rhetorically, "Is it time for another revolution yet? Who's got the tea?"
I like the fissure that is emerging. Let's make it a chasm. We have the tea!