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The Analogy of the Car

Eventually, of course, our plan is for everyone to ride public transportation. Then no one will need cars at all; we’ll do the driving for you.

Nationalizing Health Care: The Path to Total Control

November 7, 2009 by Featured, Freedom, Health Care No Comments

Is this the time to add $trillions to our already suffocating debt? Do we want a country where most of the large industries and services are nationalized and operated by bureaucrats?

Government by Coersion and Intimidation

The blood of American tradition is squirting out in all directions. We are dying of cultural exsanguination; and Barack Obama is the assassin.

The Real Cost of Democrat Health Care

Can you remember the last time the U.S. government made a 10 year cost estimate for anything and came in on budget?

Taxing the Poor to Pay for the Rich

The AVERAGE federal employee earns twice as much as the AVERAGE private employee.

Sen. Kennedy R.I.P – We Won’t Have The Care He Had!

August 26, 2009 by Culture, Featured, Health Care No Comments

What happens when they trade money for medical treatments for $millions for oyster research, pornography the National Endowment for the Arts is currently supporting, Cash for Clunkers or bovine flatulance research?

Obama Lies – Freedoms Die

Mr. Obama has never demonstrated he is capable of forming a coherent sentence without someone telling him what to say. I wonder: if Mr. Obama is just a sock puppet, whose hand is in the sock.

Obama Gets Religion!

Jesus healed lots of people; perhaps we should empower bureaucrats to engage in healing ministry for only a generous offering; just a one-time small financial contribution my brothers!

Healthcare ‘Death Panel’ Created 2/17/09 in Stimulus Bill

The panel controlling life and death by means of controlling which medical treatments for Medicare patients will be paid for already exists – it was created February 17, 2009.

Healthcare – Obama’s Plan to Save Money

That’s why centralized healthcare planning will result in rationing by encouraging denial of service, delay of service, and dilution of services the way it’s done in every country where centralized healthcare planning is done.