“How do you think I’m doin? I got no experience in politics, and I’m President!” This is what the President was asking the gathering of legislative constituents consisting of old, quite affluent white men.
Why have a pep rally? The House just voted thumbs up on the President’s endorsed health care bill.
They won!!!! They got a legislative win in Congress. It doesn’t become law. It goes to the Senate. Then it goes to Conference, and reconciliation. Once the Senate votes to pass the bill in its’ newest form, it goes back to the House for a vote. All of that approved, and the bill becomes law.
They got a runner on first. In doing so…..a pep rally.
What was the pep rally all about then? Trump, in his own mind hit a homerun.
That was not reality of course because, what he got was a walk to first. That’s it. Nobody on, and a lonely walk to first. He was the only base runner, and the first inning is now over.
What healthcare bill? The added notes of stupidity continue as Congressmen were asked if they read the bill. After all, they voted for the bill. Some rushed past reporters leaving their shoes behind. The most ridiculous of responses after voting on a bill affecting millions of Americans were: “I just got back from baseball practice” to “That’s what I have staff for.”
Neither of those remarks were called for, no matter where you live politically. It tells you how important it is for them to represent you. They were mocking scrutiny. They were daring us to respond.
With all of this, the Democrats showed no respect for the House, itself as their “Na Na, Hey Hey, Goodbye” was uncalled for at the end of the vote. The general population will make their likes, and dislikes known at the appropriate time.