A “holocaust in America”? Can it be true? Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) thinks so.
According to Fox News, efforts to get Grayson to shut his lips on how the Republican health care reform was doomed to “die” were akin to those made by Democrats to get Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC) to apologize for the “You lie!” incident we all know so well. But in Grayson’s case, as it was surely fact for Wilson, was he telling the truth with his shocking statement?
The Republican effort proved futile. Grayson refused to apologize…at least for what the red elephants wanted. Instead, Grayson gave this apology, as reported by Fox: “I apologize to the dead and their families that we haven’t voted sooner to end this holocaust in America.”
I find this all to be extremely interesting. Why? Well, I’ve visited the Holocaust Museum in D.C., I’ve visited my local museum in St. Petersburg, Fla., and I’ve personally written at least ten reports on the horrifying event; however, I see absolutely zero evidence of this “holocaust” Grayson speaks of in the U.S. What, exactly, is this man talking about?
I love how Democratic ads on Obama’s health care reform plan always seem to say something along the lines of, “…to prevent all those who die in the streets…”
Have you recently witnessed any American citizen die in the street? If you have, please post a comment ASAP and I’ll respond with my personal contact information so we can get together on this.
Of course, I know I won’t be receiving any because this simply does not happen in the United States, even with our currently lacking health care system. That’s because people who need medical attention can go to the emergency room and be treated. Sure, they’ll receive a massive bill in the mail that they likely can’t afford, BUT, they don’t die in the street.
Get your facts straight, Grayson, before you go spouting any more stupidity. And furthermore, you should be ashamed of yourself as an official representative, “Congressman Grayson,” for Florida, and my own home state no less.
Brittany @ September 30, 2009