A Senate committee Tuesday voted 14-9 to pass the Baucus bill. That's my favorite bill. Now, it has to be combined with the Dodd bill, and I come from a state where they say "Dumb Dodd." Not when he's got great bills that he is pushing!

Whatever the mutations the House puts together before this is said and done, you can bet that this bill, as bad as it is, is about to get much, much worse.

Neil Cavuto pointed out Tuesday on his program that President Obama has maintained we must have health care reform right now, even though it's not going to take effect until 2013 — which is weird, why the hurry?

He told us that any tax increases needed would come later, but now, it looks like they're going to kick in later this year. I thought he meant a little later when he said "later."

He promised lower premiums and it looks like instead of lower, they'll be higher. He promised nobody is going to wait for a doctor, but as it turns out, it looks like some will wait longer.

This reform plan is definitely turning out to be something that wasn't what I saw advertised on TV. He said consumers need protection from the insurers. Mr. President, I'm beginning to think that the consumers — the Americans need protection from you guys and Congress.

The president keeps telling us that his health care reform public option obsession is –- well, I don't even know what they're talking about. I'm for choice and competition.

But I think we've already made a choice. America doesn't want a public option. No more government. I think it's kind of big as it is. Most polls have shown this. The town hall meetings have shown that.

The vast majority of us believe this so-called public option would lead to a single-payer universal health care plan. There's a lot of us that who think that kind of socialism is best left to Canada and other places.

Oh, but don't worry, because Barack Obama doesn't want that kind of option either.


PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: I have not said that I was a single-payer supporter, because, frankly, we historically have had an employer-based system in this country with private insurers, and for us to transition to a system like that, I believe, would be too disruptive. So, I'm not promoting a single-payer plan:


No, he's not promoting one because it would be too disruptive? Really? So, he's not promoting one but I could have sworn he was promoting one:


OBAMA: I happen to be a proponent of a single-payer universal health care plan. A single-payer health care plan, universal health care plan — that's what I'd like to see.


Oh, see, I thought he was promoting. And he said no, he wasn't promoting, he's a proponent. Both start with a "P," different words. I'm pretty sure there are different meanings there, too.

His people, his supporters, his backers, congressional allies, have also said they're proponents of that as well:


REP. BARNEY FRANK, D-MASS.: If we get a good public option, it could lead to single-payer. That's the best way to reach single-payer.

REP. JAN SCHAKOWSKY, D-ILL.: Next to me was a guy from the insurance company who then argued against the public health insurance option, saying it wouldn't let private insurance compete, that a public option will put the private insurance industry out of business and lead to single-payer.


SCHAKOWSKY: He was right! The man was right!

JACOB HACKER, BERKLEY PROFESSOR: Someone once said to me, "This is a Trojan horse for single-payer." And I said, "Well, it's not a Trojan horse, right? It's just right there." I'm telling you. We're going to get there, over time, slowly, but we'll move away from reliance on employment-based health insurance, as we should.


Yes, we should. We're going to get there. We're going to get there but it would be a tough transition, if I may go back and quote the president.

Is it any wonder why Americans are standing outside doing things they have never done before, like making signs and saying, "Hey, I am really kind of spooked by what's going on in Washington"?

Do you are remember this pledge about lobbyists in the White House for Obama?


OBAMA: I'm in this race to tell the lobbyists in Washington that their days of studying the agenda are over! They have not funded my campaign! They will not work in my White House!


You know, the first time I saw that, I think I was a little distracted by the enormous hammer on that desk. That was big. After I listened to it a couple of times I thought to myself, "Don't concentrate on the big gavel, they don't hold up." Here is how one news channel reported on that promise:


CAMPBELL BROWN, CNN ANCHOR: This weekend, The New York Times published a list of names, a rather long list of names of people who are working on Obama's transition team or who have accepted jobs in his White House who were either former lobbyists or who have close ties to lobbyists. The Times reports that some of those people were lobbying as recently as this year.


That is weird. That is the extreme right-wing hate speech of Campbell Brown. What a nut job she is on that evil CNN! She might as well just be wearing a pointed hood over there!

Obama promised that you would also have five days to review any bill that comes to his desk. Do you are remember that one? Because his presidency would be about transparency:


OBAMA: When there's a bill that ends up on my desk as president, you the public will have five days to look online, and find out what's in it before I sign it.


That's right, because we're promised a new end of transparency. The days of secrecy are over!


OBAMA: The way to make government responsible is to hold it accountable. And the way to make government accountable is to make it transparent so that the American people can know exactly what decisions are being made, how they're being made, and whether their interests are being well-served.

For a long time now, there's been too much secrecy in this city. The old rules said that if there was a defensible argument for not disclosing something to the American people, then it should not be disclosed. That era is now over.


That's over! "Hold them accountable"? That's a new idea. And "make sure we look into how these decisions are being made." Transparency! He's on to something there!

You know, the only problem with that one is we can't get them to answer a single question! We can't get these clowns in Washington to explain a thing. Have you noticed, I've been trying to hold them accountable by asking questions of this administration every night for months. We even installed a direct hotline! Yes, it works! A direct hotline to the White House.

Remember that? They used to have that in Russia. They were like, "Mr. President" and then they can talk to the enemy. Since they said we were enemies, or — what did they say we were? Opponents. I should have left it at enemy, because maybe then they would have called.

Since we're opponents, we thought maybe they should stop the smear campaign and maybe just call right direct. Joe is right here to hear what we got wrong. We'll check into it. We'll let everybody know.

So far nothing. Nada.

Obama promised us a new kind of politics when he entered the race for the presidency, do you remember?


OBAMA: Challenging as they are, it's not the magnitude of our problems that concerns me the most — it's the smallness of our politics. America has faced big problems before, but today, our leaders in Washington seem incapable of working together in a practical, common sense way. Politics has become so bitter and partisan, so gummed up by money and influence, that we can't tackle the big problems that demand solutions.


You know what we should do? We should all get aboard the peace train. Hit the music, will you? Come on, peace train — everybody on the peace train. We can all be hippies, isn't that great?

Of course, on second thought, that may not work out, because I think the peace train is being derailed right now. The White House is so sensitive to any kind of scrutiny. They have actually declared war now on Fox News. They got nothing else to do. They sent the Communications Director Anita Dunn out over the weekend to attack this media outlet:


ANITA DUNN, WHITE HOUSE COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR: The reality of it is that Fox News often operates almost as either the research arm or the communications arm of the Republican Party. When they want to treat us like they treat everyone else — but let's not pretend they're a news network like the way CNN is.


The president has an entire network devoted to singing his praises. There is the guy at night I love who says Obama's Shakespearean — poetic about his oratory skills, striking soliloquies. And then another guy is like, "I got a thrill going up my leg" when they just hear him speak. It's incredible. The three network news divisions can't find a flaw in this guy.

Supposed comedians are, like, "There's nothing funny about him, not a single funny thing to say, not one." Did you notice on "Saturday Night Live" the guy doesn't do anything except play him straight? "Hey, you know, I'm just trying." You got to be kidding me!

David Letterman — who eviscerated President Bush nightly (and he deserved it for years), not to mention what he did to Sarah Palin and her children during and after the campaign — practically made out with the guy when Obama stopped by the Ed Sullivan studio. I thought he was going to take him upstairs to the bedroom above the stage.


DAVID LETTERMAN, TALK SHOW HOST: Tell me about — I want to hear about the summer you and your family had. How was the family? And I know good. But tell me about the summer.

OBAMA: The family is doing wonderfully.


That is so great! I believe that was the question I wanted to know: How is the family?

When faced with any prospect of any kind of critical analysis of their policies, either the White House is so thin-skinned that nobody belongs in politics like that, or they simply want to silence all of the dissent.

Why does this White House have a problem with the First Amendment? If so, do they have issues with other parts of our founding documents as well?


OBAMA: The Supreme Court never ventured into the issues of redistribution of wealth, and, sort of, more basic issues of political and economic justice in the society. One of the — I think, the tragedies of the civil rights movement was because the civil rights movement became so court focused, I think that there was a tendency to lose track of the political and community organizing and activities on the ground that are able to put together the actual coalitions of power through which you bring about redistributive change.


Wouldn't want to lose track of the actual coalitions of power that bring about redistributive change! We should have been watching those, huh?

What do you say we stop listening to the promises these clowns keep giving us and actually listen to their words when they think we're not listening, when just their friends are listening? And you know what? Some of them are becoming bolder with every passing minute. They are becoming so bold when somebody like Bill Maher — who I actually have respect for, strangely enough, because he says what he means — comes right out in the open and says what they think of you:


BILL MAHER, TV HOST: They're talking about 60 votes. I mean, forget this stuff — 60. They can't get Americans to agree on anything 60 percent. Sixty percent of the people don't believe in evolution in this country. He just needs to drag them to it. Like I just said, they're stupid.

I'm so jealous of China, you know, it's a dictatorship. And they had — they're very efficient. If only we had something like that.


If we only had something like a dictatorship. Wouldn't that be great? We could use force, we could use Marxism. We could just drown you in a rice paddy. Oh, maybe we could take the poets and shoot them in the head. Wouldn't that be great?

America, let me tell you something: If you don't stop this, they will — as Bill Maher has suggested — drag you to it. It's exactly what they're trying to do.

Nobody wants the health care plan, and yet, they're still doing it. We must try. We must now peacefully stand up and stand together, and I do mean peacefully.

If you don't stand up, they will — using their Cloward and Piven strategy from the 1960s — collapse this country and our financial system, and then reboot with their new America.

You just saw Bill Maher express his admiration for China. Are you starting to get the point now that progressives just love Communism and despise capitalism in the free-market?

Do you remember Michael Moore when he was when he was in the presidential box for the DNC? He's got a movie out right now about his hatred for our economic system — a system put in place by our Founding Fathers. Despite the unbelievable hypocrisy, he's become a millionaire with his hatred of the capitalist system and the free-market system. Has he renounced his wealth? Are you kidding me! No, he's got a private plane he's flying on, you betcha. He's got to get rid of that and shed that right and give all of his excess money to the poor? Not a chance! He's enjoying his wealth. He just wants you to know that you'll never get wealthy.

Hugo Chavez is a hero to the Hollywood progressives. Hugo Chavez, wildly wealthy elitists like Sean Penn, Danny Glover, Kevin Kline — they sing his praises. Have you been to Venezuela lately? Congressional progressives have come back from Cuban trips to extol the virtues of Fidel Castro:


REP. LAURA RICHARDSON, D-CALIF.: I got out of that meeting with meeting with Fidel Castro and the other ministers who were so kind to us. They were inviting. They were open. Fidel, he listened.

REP. BARBARA LEE, D-CALIF.: Former President Fidel Castro was very engaging, very energetic.

REP. BOBBY RUSH, D-ILL.: I told President Castro that in my household he is known as the ultimate survivor.


Oh, my goodness. I'm so glad this love affair with brutal dictators and revolutionaries like Castro and Che and even Chairman Mao — this guy is responsible for killing, I think, about 60 million people. But who's counting? I mean, is it worth counting over 50?

It is not a crime to admire communist murderers, but to me — pardon the pun — it is kind of a red flag. But even more chilling than all the admiration is the fact that so many in and around our nation's capital and the White House, in the halls of power, adhere to the tenets of socialism, Marxism, and communism.

We've already talked about Van Jones. He's been moved out of the White House. Still, however, there is Carol Browner. I love her. Our climate "czar," she was a member of the Commission for a Sustainable World Society, which is the formal organ for the Socialist International. Remember, she's the energy and environment "czar." This one is kind of important to remember— energy and environment "czar": Socialist!

Then, of course, there's Cass Sunstein. He is our regulatory "czar." Remember, President Obama said he's not going to force you out of your private option and force you into a public option. But this guy wrote a paper about how we can nudge people into the behavior that we want, nudge them, like if you're nudged through a 40 percent tax out of your private option and you can't afford it. And so, you have to go to the public option. That's his guy.

Anyway, he wrote a great paper in 2007 at the University of Chicago. The law school paper, which he debated whether America should pay justice to the world by entering into some sort of a compensation agreement that would be a net financial loss to the U.S., of course. But he argues it is desirable to redistribute America's wealth to poorer nations. Did you say that, Cass? What a guy!

He maintains throughout the 39-page paper titled, "Climate Change Justice" — wait a minute! Climate — Browner's the socialist and he's saying social and economic and environmental justice. That's weird, isn't it?

Anyway, I'm sure this paper means nothing. It was just academic. He said that the U.S. wealth should be redistributed to poorer nations. He uses terms such as "distributed justice" several times. He wrote, "It is even possible that desirable redistribution is more likely to occur through climate change policy than otherwise, or to be accomplished more effectively through climate policy than through direct foreign aid."

Are you crazy, Cass?

Now, I don't know if you realize that this climate change thing might be just about redistribution of wealth and Marxism rather than CO2 levels. Wow. I didn't see that coming. Did you? He probably didn't know.

Then, of course, there's the FCC diversity "czar," Mark Lloyd. I love this guy. Then there is press secretary Jen Howard. I'm not sure who she really loves. She's just been working with Marxists for a long time, but she's now with him at the FCC. It's great.

Then, of course our Latina queen, Sonia Sotomayor, who's all about social justice — which is completely different than what these guys talk about, completely.

Then there's John Holdren and a host of others that we will be giving you more information about in the coming days.

But again, the point here was: Rise up peacefully. Stand up. Stop the march to redistributive change, climate justice, social justice — whatever kind of justice stuff they're talking about, it's Communist code phrases.

You know, you need to be awake, and I think you are. But now, it's time to take the information and wake your neighbors up. It is time to engage.

Here's an idea: Organize your community. I just thought of that one off the top of my head.

What we're doing in Washington is not about health care reform. It's not about cap-and-trade legislation, which, to supposed Republican Lindsey Graham, he just signed on. You know what's great about Lindsey Graham is he's so busy signing on to all these progressive things and then he takes the time out of his busy, busy day to remember me:


BRET BAIER, FOX NEWS HOST: Are you saying that Glenn Beck is bad for America?

SEN. LINDSEY GRAHAM, R-S.C.: No, I'm not saying he's bad for America. You got the freedom to watch him if you choose. He did a pretty good job on ACORN. What I am saying, he doesn't represent the Republican Party. You can listen to him if you like. I choose not to, because, quite frankly, I don't — I don't want to go down the road of thinking our best days are behind us.


Oh, Lindsey! First of all, "the Republican Party" — he said we're not going to be the party of "angry white guys." Why do you think they're angry?

Let me tell you something, Senator Graham. If you continue to cave into the progressives on issue after issue like cap-and-trade and health care and, our best days will be behind us, not because I believe they are, because I don't. I believe they're still in front of us, but no thanks to you or you guys. No thanks, really.

To rightly mention that people are upset with the money that you're spending — which you did in a speech — how do you do that after you voted for the stimulus bill? And at the end of the day, when you say you represent conservatives, how do you do that after turning your back on conservative values like that crazy free-market system and then sell out the Constitution right down the river?

Frankly, I don't want to go down that road, and my guess is, Senator, neither do the vast majority of Americans — Republicans, Democrats or Independents. And that is what this is about, as I have been warning you, the transformation of our nation.


OBAMA: We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.



Oh, yes, we are — unless I happen to be right. If I happen to be right, if Americans are who I still believe they are, they'll recognize this crap ain't about health care. It's about the truth. It's about the truth.

Let me go back to what I said in the beginning: We have been promised things that we're not getting. So now we have to figure out what is it that we are getting? What is it? Because we can't believe their speeches, so what do they say to each other? Who are they hanging out with?

My mom used to say, "Show me your friends, I'll show you your future." Lindsey Graham might say, if I look at that future and those collection of friends, the future doesn't look so bright.

Let's look at their actions to see what the promise of our future really is.

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