At least, it’s going to happen very soon. After the debate. After the long, interminable debate.
For the last few months, we’ve been hearing both sides of the political spectrum argue about health care. Their arguments ran the gambit from, “We need universal health care,” to, “You lie,” to, “ZOMGZ, WHY R U GONNA SOCIALIZE YOUR NAZISM?” But it all comes down to this. This historic day. This historic vote. These angry people, all trapped in a room, waiting to vivisect each other.
For those of you interested in watching the debate, C-Span has a live feed of all the interesting things they’re saying. Which basically are what I’ve written above, repeated over and over again for four hours. The Democrats are optimistic. The Republicans are Republicans. It’ll be interesting to see how this fight turns out.
Personally, and this is from the footage, one of the guys in charge of the Republican’s committee (cause there are a bunch of committees), is actually wearing a tie colored like the state of Texas. I feel that after this bill either passes or fails, another bill should be introduced that if you’re in charge of a population of constituents or a district and are over the age of 40, you can’t wear novelty ties. At a point, it just becomes embarrassing.