Sunday, March 28, 2010

Continuing Adventures at the New York Times (2)

Failure. Again.

I got up really early to see if I could leave a noteworthy post on Frank Rich's column and before I could read and compose something I though might get a vote of recommendation, the site closed to further comments. It's not even 7:00 a.m., and site's closed.

I'm just going to have to stay up one Saturday night and get in when the getting is good.

Anyway, here is what I would have posted on
Frank Rich column.

Wow! this is rich, Frank. Nicely written and well linked.

However, one point you did not mention when writing of the great what-was is that the clock is ticking.

How long before the current national health care becomes another liberal idea that is transformed over time to a foundation of conservative rights. Like that centuries old liberal belief that every individual had a right to bear arms that it was given near top billing in the Bill of Rights and is as bedrock with the old order as tea parties.

How long before the individual right to decent health care will become something you have to pry from conservatives' cold dead fingers? Tic, tic, tic.

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