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Monday, March 22, 2010

Yes, We Can!


Janis from http://justbreathejanis.blogspot.com/
nominated me for this award this morning.

Thank you Janis! You are the original Sugar Doll.  She called me a composed writer!

I'd like to bestow this compliment to
House Speaker,  Honorable Nancy Pelosi.

Yes, she is!

Composed, stylish, full of wisdom and knowledge,  she managed to bring a group of democrats teetering on the brink of failure to their senses.

Health Care Reform: is a reality this morning, March 22, 2010.
Our children and grandchildren will remember this date, this Congress, this presidency, this woman.

And for that, she is our Sugar Doll this morning; all of ours.

"From now on, being a woman is no longer a 'pre-existing condition'." (her words!)

Way to Go, Girl!

18 comments:

Tabor said...

I am glad that the bill passed and also glad that Pelosi has softened her tone. She was a little harsh in the earlier days and sometimes made me cringe when she and Cantor got into it. But she now seems more comfortable in her role and able to ignore the personal epithets.

Brian Miller said...

smiles. i knew you would be smiling as well...it has only just begun...

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Congratulation, Rosaria! You are definitely a composed writer...and so much more! ~Janine XO

willow said...

You go, girl. You and Ms. Pelosi, as well!!

Eva Gallant said...

Pelosi did one hell of a job! I'm thrilled for us all...just hope that medicare isn't affected too badly. I definitely think it was a step in the right direction.

potsoc said...

I listened toMs Pelosi last night. Such class. That other guy, the Republican was adisgrace.

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Medicare for all would've been better, but this is a monumental first step.

staceyjwarner said...

we are definitely taking steps in teh right direction...

much love

The Writing Instinct said...

Rosaria, when I heard of the health reforms your country will be experiencing I thought of you firstly.

Congratulations on the award...much deserved!
Mervat
xo

Journaling Woman said...

It is truly a day to remember.

Lyn said...

Congratulations USA for bravely moving in the right direction -- and maybe even the dream of universal healthcare will someday be a reality for you. Try it -- you'll like it!

Marguerite said...

Congrats on your much deserved award! And you are absolutely right on the money! Right on, cher!
Cheers!

Pseudonymous High School Teacher said...

Thanks for posting this for of us gals thinking the same thing. Love it.

Lori ann said...

Yes! and congratulations, the award suits you!

Bernie said...

I think I will reserve my thoughts on this Health Care Bill until I see if it works or not. I have been vascillating about it all during the debate about it. What I feel the most is that we really don't know what it includes and what it doesn't. If it works as they anticipated it to work. It is a big step and I hope it is as effective as Medicare and Social Security is. We really needed a change and I am hoping that this is the first crucial step to improve what we have. And I am not a Republican either.

the walking man said...

I hope that she pulls the knives out in November and never lets the nation forget the right's oft vituperative obstructive sound bites. there is time for sweet and there is time for knife fighting by the sweet.

CambridgeLady said...

What a result :o)

Reya Mellicker said...

Wooooo hooooo!!! I am so happy, too.