*It has begun: 13 GOP Attorney Generals threaten legal action, calling the ObamaCare bill Unconstitutional.
RELATED: Hatred of the bill unites the left and the right.
RELATED II: It’s Not Inevitable, by Jeffrey H. Anderson.
“Having passed separate versions of their highly unpopular health-care overhaul by the narrowest of margins (with a mere two votes to spare in the House and none in the Senate) — versions that were tailor-made for their respective chambers and designed to squeeze out the maximum number of votes in each — Democrats are now seeking to somehow, someway gain as many votes for a compromise version as they were able to gain for the respective tailor-made versions”
This is not over people. Call, email, and fax your Rep’s to say no to ObamaCare. Questions for our readers: Would it be more effective to play the outraged lefty, demanding a public option in the bill? Would the Dem’s pay more attention to what they think is their base?
*Something I didn’t put together: White House takes 4 days to respond to terror attack, but responds to Cheney criticism in a matter of hours, by Mark Hemingway.
“Is the White House aware of how small they look when they are so obviously spooked by Cheney’s every utterance?”
*A Cold Blooded Foreign Policy, by Fouad Ajami.
“There was in the land a “liberal orientalism,” if you will, a dismissive attitude about the ability of other nations to partake of liberty. It had started with belittling the Iraqis’ aptitude for freedom. But there was implicit in it a broader assault on the very idea of freedom’s possibilities in distant places. East was East, and West was West, and never the twain shall meet.
We’re weary, the disillusioned liberalism maintains, and we’re broke, and there are those millions of Americans aching for health care and an economic lifeline. We can’t care for both Ohio and the Anbar, Peoria and Peshawar. It is either those embattled people in Iran or a rescue package for Chrysler.
The joke is on the enthralled crowds in Cairo, Ankara, Berlin and Oslo. The new American president they had fallen for had no genuine calling or attachments abroad. In their enthusiasm for Mr. Obama, and their eagerness to proclaim themselves at one with the postracial meaning of his election, they had missed his aloofness from the genuine struggles in the foreign world.”
Read the whole thing.
*Is Obama Destroying Liberalism? By Roger L. Simon.
“Our President is a veritable conservative mass production factory.”
*Our 2009 Chickens, and Their 2010 Roost, by Victor Davis Hanson.