Why Should The GOP Show Up At The Obama Health Care Summit?


President Obama will be staging a televised production known as a “health care summit”.  To be sure, the leftists in attendance will deliver their spoon-fed talking points and make sure to mention the GOP as being the party of “no” at least 100 times or more (exaggeration?) [Article – Let’s scream at each other about health reform].

If leftists like Obama, Pelosi, Reid, et al want to use the summit as a platform to attack and smear the GOP and I think it would be a mistake on the Republicans’ part if they don’t think that is what will happen, I say we should let them spout talking points given to them by their left-wing base and rehash worn-out rhetoric from the past year for all the viewers to see and hear.

What the Republicans need to do is be concise, direct, and non-confrontational.  They should state their case before the American people and offer up their ideas, which have been constantly turned down by Obama and congressional Democrats.  The Obama administration has been so kind as to post them on the White House’s web site, so let’s see if Obama can put his money where his mouth is [A Bipartisan Meeting on Health Reform].

It shouldn’t take long for the Republicans to find out if the “summit” is just a forum to espouse leftist propaganda and Republican-bashing sputum.  If that turns out to be the case, they need to stand up, turn toward the door, and walk right out.

Reference links:

Democrats stifle Republican health care plans

Conservative Health Care Reform—Fixing What Is Broken Without Increased Government Control And Higher Taxes

Senate Doctors Show And Submission Of A Conservative Health Care Plan

Ignored: H.R. 3218 – Improving Health Care For All Americans Act

Senator Mike Enzi Proposes A Health Care Reform Bill—Ignored By Democrat Majority

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