John Boehner: 'Hell no, you can't' vs. 'Yes, we can'
House Republican leader's John Boehner's final "Hell no, you can't" angry and profane rant on Sunday (Mar. 21) against President's Obama's Health Care Plan is now infamous.
And his blustering outrage had nothing to do with his perpetual tan and the fact that the bill places a tax on tanning salons. No, really, it didn't.
Here's the latest mash-up of will.i. am's video with Boehner's profanity to illustrate the division between the Republican and Democratic parties. Not mention a lack of class and manners.
But his Hiel -- sorry, Hell -- no does signify a frightening and depressing Republican movement to stop change and halt Obama's reforms, recommendations and appointees.
No Republicans have voted for health care reform or for financial reform in the Senate banking committee.
Who are you for? The Hell-No-It-Alls or the Yes-We-Can-Dos?
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