Monday, March 15, 2010
STOP This Tyrannical and Immoral Health Care Bill
The Democrats in Congress are now trying to shove this health care
debacle bill down our throats like its the best medicine for the American people since penicillin was invented. Well, I am allergic to penicillin, so get this freaking danger to my life the hell outta here, and flush it right down the crapper. The American people have spoken out against this bill continuously for over a year but these ignorant politicians have proven that they either have their heads up their arses or they simply don't give a damn about the American people. Or both? This bill is a danger to our life, liberty, pursuit of happiness, privacy, and most of all our freedom. This is one big step away from being a Republic and a huge leap toward dictatorship and socialism. Patrick Caddell and Douglas Schoen point out in their coloumn how the Democrats blatant refusal to listen to the American people is going to come back to bite them in the arse in the November elections. The arrogance of this administration and this Democratic Congress has become quite apparent over this past year or so. This Congress and administration is refusing to see the writing on the wall- REALITY- and are dredging forward and deeper into their swamp. As Obama and the Democrats continue to present on the facade that they are for health are reform, Rep. Paul Ryan points out what real meaningful health care reform is instead of the fakery and mockery that Democrats have made out of their whole health care "reform" initiative. Instead of curbing the cost of health care the CBO points out that Obamacare will raise premiums of health insurance. And, then Archbishop Chaput points out the immorality of this health care bill and how "Catholic" agencies are doing a disservice to the Catholic community and American people by presenting this bill as being pro-life, when in fact it is not. This bill must be thrown in the garbage. We must do meaningful health care reform that accomplshes what health reform was set out to do- lowers health care costs and increases accessibility to people.