Insane, Or Criminally Insane?

You read it, and decide. I’ve made up my mind, just by seeing WHO uttered the inanities.



Conyers: Obamacare Is a ‘Very Small and Modest Bill’.

  October 21, 2013 – 2:01 PM
By Eric Scheiner

Conyers’s “district”. Lovely, no?

John ConyersRep. John Conyers (D-Mich.)  WHY this asshat isn’t in the hoosegow along with his “blushing” bride, remains a mystery.

So, the criminal thinks THIS is a ” very small, modest bill” ?  If THAT is true,….

….Then why do they need THIS to lug it around?

( – Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) calls Obamacare a “very small and modest bill,” even though he previously said he failed to see the point in reading it “if it’s a thousand pages” and required lawyers to decipher it.

During an Oct. 17 appearance on “Democracy Now!” Conyers criticized lawmakers who had partially shut down the government in the fight against Obamacare, expressing concern about what might happen when a single-payer system is proposed.

“It’s just unimaginable the actions they would turn to, to get their way on a very small and modest bill – Obamacare. We’re talking about universal health care for everybody – single payer, that’s what the new direction is,” Conyers said.

But “small and modest” were not the adjectives used by Conyers to describe Obamacare on July 24, 2009. That day, Conyers told the audience at the National Press Club there was little good in even reading a bill “if it’s a thousand pages.”

“I love these members, they get up and say, ‘Read the bill,’” Conyers said. “What good is reading the bill if it’s a thousand pages and you don’t have two days and two lawyers to find out what it means after you read the bill?”

As has reported, bureaucracies in the Obama Administration have thus far published approximately 11,588,500 words of final Obamacare regulations.

There are 381,517 words in the Affordable Care Act itself.


Conyers. As stupid as he is old.  A SMALL bill ?  Apparently the old fool is either blind, or senile.

A bill that is 2900 pages, and 12 MILLION total words, adding in regulations, etc etc, is NOT small, or modest. I would call it a HUGE affront to freedom.

And, to the IDIOTS in his district who keep sending this senile bastard back time and time again, THEY are a HUGE affront to freedom as well.

Detroiters, when you keep sending THIS type of asshole to D.C. for over 40 years, YOU have become the problem. Do yourselves a favor, along with the REST of the nation next November. STAY HOME.




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15 Responses to Insane, Or Criminally Insane?

  1. Buck says:

    He’s right on one thing. What good is trying to read a bill if it is over 2000 pages.
    No need to read it. Just vote ‘NO’.
    Any bill that long has to be full of bullshit not of intent in the original draft.

    • Garnet92 says:

      Great comment Buck! You’re right – any bill that long is that long to hide the bullshit.

      • upaces88 says:

        That is an old lawyer trick. I worked for a VERY large law firm in Dallas. A Judge had filed a law suit against Ford Motor Company. I was asking the lawyer why we were filing such huge (huge= many papers) briefs. Even I could tell they didn’t have to be at such length; and so many!!!.

        He replied: “IF we will PAPER THEM TO DEATH”. They can’t possibly keep up with all that we are demanding as proof!

        When something is that massive, it needs to be divided up with each person in a large committee reading an “x” amount of the legal brief. NO ONE person can take the time necessary to absorb it all…THAT WAS TH POINT!!!

    • Clyde says:

      EXACTLY,Buck. Great comment.

  2. upaces88 says:

    They are neither insane OR Criminally Insane. Criminal negligence, maybe…
    They knew exactly what they were doing.
    A man by the name of Stupak (sp?) was the only one who didn’t give in.

    The pushing of the HCB is an old layer trick…”paper them to death.”
    Too many pages to read frustrates people and they won’t read it all. The damage will always be hidden between the lines where it doesn’t belong.

    I learned this from a lawyer I worked for.

    “The first thing we do,” said the character in Shakespeare’s Henry VI, is “kill all the lawyers.”

    • Garnet92 says:

      Agree with that upaces, I look at it this way: if a bill is two/three pages (probably an impossibility with a lawyer involved), EVERYBODY would read it. If it’s 2,000 pages long, no one would read it. We need to know the tipping point of the lengthiness of a bill that will be read by 80% (or some reasonable threshold) of Congresspersons. And once that number is known, prohibit any bills from exceeding that limit – solved.

      • upaces88 says:

        I do know a few things that are in the HCB:
        Dissolve State’s Rights;
        Muslims get free healthcare;
        AND, WE WILL SCREW YOU was the 3rd (sad laugh).

    • Clyde says:

      Great info, upaces. Thanks for putting that up.

  3. Mrs AL says:

    Well, from Connie’s POV, it is a small bill. Doesn’t finish the job. He wants single payer.

    Great post, Clyde.

  4. Kathy says:

    Typical dem style again – contradicting themselves every time they open their mouths. That what happens when you have no morals or standards.

  5. Hardnox says:

    Is stunningly stupid Conyers the brother of Hank Johnson? (Johnson was the one that was worried about Guam tipping over from too many Marines being stationed there).

    Sadly, this dimwit will probably get reelected next year.

    • Clyde says:

      Remember this asshat saying “the Good and Plenty Clause” in the Constitution? Tells you all you need to know about his mental acuity, and of his district.

  6. Bullright says:

    Stupid is as stupid does. And he cracks… “It’s just unimaginable the actions they would turn to, to get their way” — about the most hypocritical statement I ever heard.