Moveon.org threatens wavering Dems on health care reform

Ann Kane
MoveOn is both desperate and conniving.  Their contingency plan in case the House doesn't pass the bill is a hollow, baseless scare tactic to intimidate representatives who vote against reform. The leftist backers of Obama posted the following on their website

The House will hold its final votes on health care this week--and we don't yet have the votes to pass the bill. So we're asking MoveOn members a question: will you pledge to support primary challenges to representatives who vote against reform?

While MoveOn touts its 5 million online members, they can't refute what half the country knows:  come November, all of MoveOn's money and minions won't be able to defeat the ever growing conservative revolution. 

Funny thing though, MoveOn must not have told Axelrod and Pelosi about the lack of votes because the two were boldly proclaiming that the House has enough votes to get health care reform passed. 

From Jake Tapper of ABC:

The President's Senior Adviser David Axelrod told me that he believes there will be enough votes to pass health care reform and that a vote will happen by the end of the week. 

From Business Week:

"When we bring the bill to the floor, we will have the votes," Pelosi told reporters yesterday.

The opposition's viewpoint in LifeSiteNews happens to agree with MoveOn:

Stupak says he thinks Pelosi and top Democrats are further away from their goal of 216 votes for the pro-abortion bill than they're admitting publicly.

"I would only guesstimate on my side -- I'm not in there counting votes with them. But I'd be surprised if they have 200 votes," he said.

At this point, only God knows how many votes are on either side of the issue.  Even if the leftists are able to push their pro-abortion, pro-euthanasia, pro-insurance companies, pro-trial lawyers health reform bill into becoming law, they will never be able to quench the burning flame of what it means to be a true American.

MoveOn is both desperate and conniving.  Their contingency plan in case the House doesn't pass the bill is a hollow, baseless scare tactic to intimidate representatives who vote against reform. The leftist backers of Obama posted the following on their website

The House will hold its final votes on health care this week--and we don't yet have the votes to pass the bill. So we're asking MoveOn members a question: will you pledge to support primary challenges to representatives who vote against reform?

While MoveOn touts its 5 million online members, they can't refute what half the country knows:  come November, all of MoveOn's money and minions won't be able to defeat the ever growing conservative revolution. 

Funny thing though, MoveOn must not have told Axelrod and Pelosi about the lack of votes because the two were boldly proclaiming that the House has enough votes to get health care reform passed. 

From Jake Tapper of ABC:

The President's Senior Adviser David Axelrod told me that he believes there will be enough votes to pass health care reform and that a vote will happen by the end of the week. 

From Business Week:

"When we bring the bill to the floor, we will have the votes," Pelosi told reporters yesterday.

The opposition's viewpoint in LifeSiteNews happens to agree with MoveOn:

Stupak says he thinks Pelosi and top Democrats are further away from their goal of 216 votes for the pro-abortion bill than they're admitting publicly.

"I would only guesstimate on my side -- I'm not in there counting votes with them. But I'd be surprised if they have 200 votes," he said.

At this point, only God knows how many votes are on either side of the issue.  Even if the leftists are able to push their pro-abortion, pro-euthanasia, pro-insurance companies, pro-trial lawyers health reform bill into becoming law, they will never be able to quench the burning flame of what it means to be a true American.