March 11, 2010

Obama tired of talking. No really.

President Obama is tired. Tired of talking about health care. It's his baby but he's tired of talking about it. Really. Actually, to clarify - he's tired of talking about it because shockingly, a lot of people don't agree with his ideas and aren't on board with his plan to railroad this thing through Congress.

He's tired of talking about health care - he actually said so. HEY: SO IS THE REST OF THE COUNTRY!!! When are you gonna talk about jobs???

The Daily Caller has the quote;

“The time for talk is over. It’s time to vote. It’s time to vote. Tired of talking about it,” Obama said, speaking for the second time in three days in a last-ditch push to save his reform.

Obama’s campaign arm, Organizing for America, has labeled the president’s efforts “the final march for reform.”
Alright my initial gut reaction to this was BOO FREAKING HOO! This is your push, you do the work. If a new band wants to sell CDs, they go out on tour and play the same songs over and over again. If people like it, they'll buy the CDs. If they don't, the CDs don't sell. Mr. President, you've been on tour a year and your CD isn't selling. Either go write more songs, perhaps in a different style, and record a new CD (with the title "Jobs") or keep touring this flop. Your call.

And what's this in the quote about "The final march"? Again, really? I bet if it isn't going to be passed in either the House or Senate, it will be the time for talk again. Besides, he really isn't done talking about it. Check out some of his planned stops.


Republicans pounced on Missouri Senate candidate Robin Carnahan this week when her campaign said she would be in Washington while President Obama was visiting her home state Wednesday pitching health care reform.

What's the rest of the Obama schedule look like? Details seem to be a little hard to find but as Fox reports;
Obama is putting his back into the latest, and perhaps final, push for a health care package, dusting off his "fired-up" campaign persona as he takes the pitch on the road. Congressional Democrats are pushing back on the deadline for passage, but the White House insists it's now or never on health care reform. White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said Tuesday that Obama might visit more cities before he leaves for Indonesia later this month.

Yeah, he's not done talking.

UPDATE: Michelle Malkin also noticed the Time for Talk hypocrisy.

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