Commentary by Kay B. Day
On Thursday despite the phone that wouldn’t shut up and skill saws screaming just outside my office, I tracked the first half of the Health Care Summit. By intermission, I felt as though the world were composed of people wearing dead people’s teeth and wannabe entrepreneurs whose only barrier was the current state of American healthcare.
It is, by the way, impossible to render HR 3200 friendly to small businesses.
Listening to various Democrats justify the most expansive government takeover of a major sector of our economy in my lifetime, I realized there is a singular difference between conservatives and those who call themselves progressives. Woe. Democrats rely on it, instilling the idea of despair in order to deliver hope and thereby garner votes. The Democrats today are indisputably the Party of Woe.