Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Opposite of Warm Fuzzies

Watch this:
Then watch this:
Then help me come up with something that is opposite of the warm fuzzies.
I like to have warm fuzzies before I drop $29 on lawn care.  I’m not sure what should be required before dropping trillions on health care.


  1. Frankly Gar, I can't understand why Americans hate free health care. If someone tried to do it in Singapore, that guy is going to get my vote. I'll love him! And I'm not alone in the world, health care is a good thing. Isn't it?

  2. Well, what you say is correct and at the same time incorrect. Health care is a good thing. Free health care should be a normal thing. This is why I love to hear opinion from someone not in the USA.

    I don't think Americans are opposing free health care.

    What the US Government is attempting (in my opinion) is not health care at all. If it was just health care it wouldn't be a trillion dollars and 3000 pages.

  3. Someone needs to pay the doctors, nurses and medicine. And frankly what is 3000 pages when the policy could help millions of Americans. Obama may be over-rated but this is one thing he got right.

  4. Unfortunately, it's a matter of trust.

    Before I can trust the government with my health, I have to be able to trust them with the simple things.

    So far, Obama has done nothing to gain trust. You have to trust someone to let them take this kind of control over your life.

  5. He won the election, a direct election to boot. Even if you didn’t vote for him, he did win the election in a landslide. It’s a little too late to talk about not trusting him now.

  6. When you are up for election, you tell people what you will do as their President. Some of the things are difficult. Some are easy.

    Do the easy stuff first. Then, you get the trust of the people. They realize that you are going to do what you said you were going to do.

    Then, tackle the hard issues.

    He's not done anything he said he would. Well, that's not fair. He's not done some of the easy things.

    Anyway. I just changed my mind.

    Largely because you got me to thinking that I might be stubborn.

    And, for the record, I didn't vote for him.