Politics can be all about finding just the right — preferably warm and fuzzy — metaphor to fit the argument. Something a voter can quickly identify with.
U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal found his today, in a description about President Barack Obama and health care.
Here’s a CNN clip, posted on YouTube:
Deal said health care reform:
“….deserves at least as much time and deliberation as it would take to select a puppy to reside in the White House.
It took the president six months to decide…which puppy he was going to have. To expect Congress to do something on major health care reform in six days is totally irresponsible.”
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