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Obama’s Post-Partisan Pipe Dream

If President Obama is serious about overhauling our festering health care system he has to put aside his campaign promise of a post-partisan presidency. Let’s get down to brass tacks here; there can never be any such thing as real, meaningful cooperation between the Democrats and Republicans on any serious policy issue. It makes for wonderful sound bites on the campaign trail, and it isn’t as if the president hasn’t legitimately tried, but the fact is that both parties are more in the game for their own political gain than for the benefit of America as a whole.

Granted, Obama and the Democrats are trying to do something great for Americans—even if the people who need it most are against it—but if the situation were reversed they’d be just as much against any legislation proposed by Republicans as the Republicans are against what the Democrats are trying to do now. Politics by nature is about power, nothing else. There is no way the Republicans will do anything that could compromise their chances of regaining power in 2010. Even if the best thing they could do for their party is back universal health care coverage, they are so embedded in their own right-wing propaganda, and hopelessly linked with their own fringe base to ever realize their only potential saving grace.

But the president continues to push for bipartisanship on health care reform despite having no need for such across-the-aisle cooperation. He has a complete governmental majority and could pretty much pass any bill he wants. He could pass a bill guaranteeing universal coverage without even one Republican showing up to abstain. Aside from the handful of wishy-washy, semi-loyal Democrats who are most likely waiting for the political winds to blow strong enough to decide where to set their sails, the President has at his fingertips the most power any president ever has to completely reform the landscape of America for the better. He could do for America the same amount of good as Bush did harm.

The president himself has wavered on his stance of providing a guaranteed standard of health for Americans. It’s not surprising that the more liberal Democrats refuse to abandon the public option—and at this point I feel the need to stress, it will be an option—and that the president is open to dialogue of various persuasions. But if the president is truly serious about changing America for the better—and supplanting his legacy in a positive light—he would simply muscle his way to a coherent bill that provides a health care option for every American.

Lee Harris, whose poignant brilliance I often poorly paraphrase, supposes that at times it is necessary for those trying to do good to act ruthlessly in the face of ruthless enemies. There comes a point when reason alone cannot defeat an enemy, or in the instance of health car reform, solve a problem. The GOP has proven itself more than willing to act ruthlessly in defense of its interests; the readily employed fear mongering, dissemination of blatant lies, and willingness to support extreme misinformation in their quest to regain power is proof enough that America faces a formidable enemy. The GOP was ruthless in their push for war and continues this trend of dishonest ruthlessness in their opposition to the bettering of American’s lives. As Harris goes on to say, those who from time to time must employ ruthlessness in defense of good must then be willing to give up such tactics once the enemy has been defeated. What does it say about the GOP that they continue employ their ruthless tactics with even more fervor then ever?

President Obama ran his campaign with immeasurably less ad hominem attacks than did his opponent. He did so in an attempt to bolster his claims of trying to bring together a politically divided country and government. But at what cost does he continue to extend his hand in friendship when the people he is trying to befriend are afraid that touching him might give them cooties?

A quote, to which I could not find a source, says that “success always necessitates a degree of ruthlessness. Given the choice of friendship or success, I'd probably choose success.” If that doesn’t accurately describe the course President Obama must take in order to do what is right for this country I have no idea what does. In order for the president to enact real change in a country which desperately needs some he has no choice but to use every tactic at his disposal to fight of his enemies.

Just as he proved his ability to debate a weak, sniveling opponent during his campaign, so must he debate the detractors of health care reform. He could challenge, head on, any of the top anti-reformists. Whether Michael Steele, Sarah Palin, or any of the Republican politicians so ready to go on cable news shows and spout their nonsense, the president should stand behind his position, and stand behind the Americans he claims to speak for. If so many people are starving for debate, then he should invite an opponent to debate this matter on a nationally televised primetime health care debate special. He should put his—or really, our—money where his mouth is, and squash the dishonest opposition that has a very real chance of dooming this country to another decade of broken, subhuman health care.

Posted by Michael Falino at August 21, 2009 6:12 PM
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Posted by: ohrealy at August 21, 2009 8:28 PM
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Michael

The Democrats control everything. They hold all the cards. If they can get together, they can pass whatever they want. They don’t need a single Republican.

President Obama has not been trying to bring along Republicans as partners. He has just offered to let him ride along on his program. The problem Obama has is with DEMOCRATS. He cannot get all of them to come along.

Remember this - Democrats have greater power now than Republicans have had since 1928. In other words, never in the lifetimes of almost everybody reading this blog have Republicans ever been in the kind of positions Democrats enjoy now. Stop the whining. If you want it, do it.

Democrats have everything they asked for. They cannot get any more. They own the government and control what it does. It is all theirs.

Posted by: Christine at August 21, 2009 9:53 PM
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I agree Christine, that is the basic premise of my article. They have all the power at their fingertips and they are gun shy. Do it or stop talking like you’re going to do it. They have nobody to blame but themselves if this doesn’t pass. As much as the Republicans are calling up mass opposition based on lies, Obama doesn’t need them, or the public. If he wants this he should do it and let all his detractors eat crow when—if—it all works out!

Posted by: Mike Falino at August 21, 2009 10:12 PM
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Mike

I figure that the health care proposals being talked about now cannot work and they run a real risk of bankrupting the country. I suspect that many Democrats know that too. They are looking for either political cover or an excuse to scale back the whole thing. But Republicans are not providing the cover and their evident weakness (and Democrats overwhelming power) takes away the excuse.

It is much harder to be in complete control than it is to complain about others.

My prediction is that we will get some kind of anemic reform that will pay off the special interests but not address the pressing problems of covering the uninsured and cutting costs. It is going to get really ugly.

It is probably a good idea for Republicans to stay away from this train wreck. Democrats are driving. Republicans don’t need to be in the passenger section.

Posted by: Christine at August 21, 2009 10:30 PM
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Christine:

I think the main issue is the economy. It was the main issue and is the main issue, and will be the main issue. We all know we are struggling as a nation with so much debt, and this recession has really put us behind the issue.

On the other hand, as you well say, Democrats have so much power now, and have the ability to cram this health care plan down our throats even though it’s not the number one issue we face. It is being rushed for political reasons. (ie 60 votes in the US Senate and a need to strike while the iron is hot).

Democrats are rushing because they sense their power is at a peak.

The irony is that if they were to take care of the real number one issue and stay focused on the economy, they would be rewarded with a long term majority. But they are failing a test of leadership by introducing a “war of choice” in health care.

There can be only one number one issue at a time by definition. That issue is the economy. However, if they solved the number one issue the economy by reforming health care, then that is check mate. For instance if they were to remove the need for doctors to do duplicate tests and simplified pw so overhead costs dropped, and thus saved billions of dollars of tax payer money, reducing health care premiums and expanding coverage without raising taxes, NOW we would be getting some where.

Posted by: Craig Holmes at August 21, 2009 11:46 PM
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Mike Falino wrote: “Let’s get down to brass tacks here; there can never be any such thing as real, meaningful cooperation between the Democrats and Republicans on any serious policy issue.”

Regretfully, today, that appears to be an entirely accurate statement. The byproduct of the Contract With America movement which had at its core, the intent to paint Democrats as the anti-American, anti-family, anti-family values, and anti-defense Party. When Newt Gingrich and those writing his playbook embarked upon that tactic, they abandoned reason, reality, and logic in favor of a politics which appealed to fear and emotion, instead of reason and pragmatic policy.

It’s been a downward slide ever since, even recruiting growing numbers on the Left as subscribers of the political tactic. The Senate was the last institution of our government to fall victim to this political tactic with the advent of the GOP losses in 2008.

But, there can be no question anymore, that our Senate is now engrossed in this destructive form of politics, and America is going to pay serious consequences for allowing this to occur via reelection of the incumbents who perpetuate it.

Posted by: David R. Remer at August 22, 2009 2:48 AM
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Craig Holmes-
Look, we wanted to get things done when we could do them. Plus, by all indications, the Republicans simply aren’t interested in collaborating on policy with the Democrats. It’s not that you guys haven’t had the opportunity to read the bills, it’s that most of your Republican Senators have no desire to see Barack Obama succeed.

We’ve tried Republican style healthcare this last decade and a half. It didn’t work. Why are we obligated to stick with the status quo?

Posted by: Stephen Daugherty at August 22, 2009 1:44 PM
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Stephen

A fundamental problem with our health care system is that it is employment based. This started from attempts to get around wage and price controls during WWII and grew up supported by unions in the long decades of Democratic control of congress. It is not a problem that is only a decade and a half old and I don’t think we can say that we have ever tried a Republican (or Democratic) style health reform. The status quo bipartisan creation.

If you are talking the Hillary-care collapse (in your decade and a half comment), you may recall that when that failed we had Democratic control of the Presidency and both the Senate and the House. I don’t blame the current health care problems on Democrats, but you certainly cannot blame it on Republicans.

Posted by: Christine at August 22, 2009 2:23 PM
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I read your piece Mr. Falino and was rather disgusted with the constant reference of us and them as though governance should be a contest of power rather one of ideas and compromise.

Posted by: Royal Flush at August 22, 2009 2:59 PM
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Um, I’m fairly certain I never said it should be that way, but rather that it is. Politics is about power. Governance, on the other hand, is about managing the country. Politics gets in the way of good governance every time. I’m not sure how you read what I wrote and took away that I thought it should be that way. I simply stated that it is the way things are.

Posted by: Mike Falino at August 22, 2009 3:42 PM
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“Let’s get down to brass tacks here; there can never be any such thing as real, meaningful cooperation between the Democrats and Republicans on any serious policy issues.”

BS! Democrat and Republican politicians can cooperate when they are paid enough to do so even if a huge percentage of the American people oppose those serious issues. They can and do because they have a rigged political system in which they can and do.

It is only when they are in disagreement that they most often don’t because the system can remove one of the two political parties from power and replace it with the other.

Ask the woman that lost her job when her factory was moved to China. Ask the guy who lost his job to an illegal immigrant. Ask them if those were serious policy issues.

Posted by: jlw at August 22, 2009 7:32 PM
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So many dots to connect. So little time.
Health Care and the Economy.
The Fed as a privately owned money printer for the real power structure.
Inflation in The Weimer government in pre-Nazi Germany because of a progressive agenda.
Jimmy Carter’s one term because of “inflation.”
Bill Clinton destroying “welfare” because of Rubin and Greenspan. Deficit again anyone?
Obama finding out that the “deficit” was more than expected.
Charlie Brown running up to kick Lucy’s football again. And again. And again. And again.
And still we believe that paper money is the mainspring of all life on Earth.
And still they talk about the “Gold Standard.”
Cut a chunk off of a bar of gold with a hacksaw and go to the store for groceries with it and see what happens.

There you see hospitals.
There you see doctors and nurses.
And we’re not allowed to have any of it because somebody is talking about “cost,” and “deficits” and “debt” to our grandchildren and “we” can’t afford it.
So that’s what “they” say and “we’re” supposed to believe it. We believe it like we’re really going to kick that football.

Posted by: Stephen Hines at August 22, 2009 7:41 PM
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jlw, you are correct. They can cooperate perfectly well when it suits them as a whole, as the institution of “politicians”. But to do what is right for the country they have to pick sides, and that is for which they will never agree. So, they can agree when it helps them but not when it is for the betterment of America and American’s lives.

Posted by: Mike Falino at August 22, 2009 8:10 PM
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One side believes that the way to make things better is for the government to regulate the game and the other side believes that the way to make things better is for the government to get out of the game.

Posted by: jlw at August 23, 2009 12:59 PM
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It is a sad state of affairs that we find ourselves in. Our politicians serve themselves and their own interests above the people’s all too often. Duty and ethics only serve as an inconvenience to getting a campaign donation. We have a cultural problem in this country and while we are seeing it manifested in our political system on this issue it is endemic and goes well beyond politics. We have been taught that doing anything in the name of business and making money serves to makes the country and the economy stronger and we get Bernie Madoff, Enron, and our health care system; we are taught that winning is the only thing and we get a justice system that is about doing anything to get a conviction or a dismissal no matter the consequence and what is truly just; we are told that the best way to help this ludicrous “war on terror” is to go shopping and to continue being the selfish people that we have been. The people in this country have shown very little sense of civic duty and it is no wonder that the people we all send to Washington don’t either. The continued complaining that our politicians don’t represent us is not true, they do represent us very well. Obama is right in one sense, change doesn’t come from Washington it comes from the American people. Sometimes it isn’t pretty to look in the mirror but it can be informative.

Posted by: tcsned at August 24, 2009 9:05 AM
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michael

“but if the situation were reversed they’d be just as much against any legislation proposed by Republicans as …”

Not at all. If the Reps were to propose a humane,sustainable, universal, health care delivery solution that would control cost there would be widespread Dem support.
I concur that there is no point in trying to gain Rep support at this point. More compromise must ,of necessity, no longer be on the table. There has already been way to much compromise already. What is being offered these days is not compromise, but rather poison pills like the designed to be unsustainable Medicare drug option.
The Reps had two paths to regain power. The first was to change themselves into the party of effective government and insist on their much ballyhooed ,if ignored call for fiscal responsibility, even if it meant closing loopholes and raising taxes on the rich. Not surpisingly they have instead chosen the darker path. That is the absolute support of the vested interest that control them. They have to be on the wrong side of the health care debate against the people. If they cannot prevail,if they cannot protect the major special interest that stands to lose , then they will no longer have the credibility to garner the financial resources from other special interest that , to a man, they believe is the only way to regain power.They would no longer have anything to sell as it were.The bottom line reason for their attitude is that they are not truly democrats with a small “d”.

Posted by: bills at August 25, 2009 7:44 AM
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bills, while I agree that, more often than not, it is the Democrats who propose realistic, human, legislation, and that it is more often the Republicans who are trying to destroy America, I find it hard to believe that if the situation were reversed, Democrats would back republicans in pretty much anything. I don’t hold democrats any higher on the totem pole of ethics than I do Republicans. A power struggle is a power struggle, no matter who is fighting to regain control and who has it at the present moment. you are right that there is no way Republicans would ever propose legislation to make this country better, but I still do not believe the Democrats would ever play ball on almost any issue either.

What is most pathetic is that if the Republicans backed this bill they would probably get more support. But instead they chose to support their more extreme supporters, like they always do, and shore up their fringe. They are clinging more tightly to thier lunatic base then ever before, and they don’t even comprehend that it will hurt them in the end.

Posted by: Mike Falino at August 25, 2009 12:11 PM
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If either party were to propose a decent health care bill I would be totaly amazed. The way it is going neither party is going to get a health care bill through.

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Posted by: Melissa at August 27, 2009 10:29 AM
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jlw: “One side believes that the way to make things better is for the government to regulate the game and the other side believes that the way to make things better is for the government to get out of the game.”

That is exactly true. It shows throughout history in this country: when it came to giving unfortunate people (i.e. poor, handicapped, minorities, gays, non-whites, or whoever, who are dealing with an unfair situation often caused by blatant discrimination), some kind of basic human rights, the involvement of government was necessary. See the civil rights movement, see the reforms that FDR put into place, see any of the times in history when the states did not do their job in protecting its people. Government had to be involved to push these laws through. Health care is a fundamental right, it’s not a privilege. If you lost your job, if you don’t earn enough or get health care coverage through work because the company you work for is only concerned about its profits, if you come down with a disease that could kill you and which costs thousands of dollars of out of pocket expenses, you would welcome a way to be able to ask for help from somewhere. The states aren’t doing it. Why not get that help from the government? All of the stories of insurance companies denying health coverage, raising deductibles, and hospitals and doctors raising health care costs above the ability of average people to afford it, people going into bankruptcy to pay their health bills, should prove to anyone that some kind of regulation needs to happen. Again, since no one else is doing the regulating, why not the government?

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