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You know something, folks? This is a risky area to discuss. But it is an interesting thing. I’m not going to address whether the Regime is trying to provoke anybody into any kind of public protest, and then from there forecast what the Regime would do about it. But it is, nevertheless, interesting to observe that it isn’t happening. People’s health care is being destroyed right in front of their eyes.

The Regime can go out and they can brag all they want and lie about how many people are signing up, and they can tell people that they’re going to save $2,500 a year, and they can tell people they can keep their doctor and all that. But the thing about health care is, it’s all lies. People are losing their health care. They are being cancelled. People are not able to keep their doctor or their plan and their premiums are not $2,500 cheaper.

One of the things that is the most important thing to a lot of people’s lives is their health care, and their health insurance is in a total state of disarray, and people don’t know whether they have any. They don’t know if their doctor is going to treat them. There are all kinds of things — and if you are in Washington and you are a member of a Regime and you look out over the countryside, you don’t see any manifestation of this opposition unless you look at a poll.

You don’t see any anger.

There isn’t anybody marching in the street.

There’s nobody marching on Washington like there was during the Iraq war — and, by the way, about that. Do you realize now that the body count in Afghanistan is way beyond the body count in Iraq, and where is the anti-war movement? Where are the Cindy Sheehans? Where are all those people that were calling Bush a murderer? Where are all of those people demanding we get out of Iraq? Where are all of those people?

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