Government Abortion and Euthenasia?

Posted: Sunday, August 9, 2009 | Posted by Chico Brisbane | Labels: , , , ,

I think what made the McCain-Palin Campaign such a stunning failure besides Sarah Palin herself, was the over-theatrical outrage over everything Obama. He's a radical, a Muslim, not an American citizen, pals around with terrorist, sat in Rev. Wrights church for 20 years, attended a medrassa in Indonesia, hates America, etc. It certainly didn't help that The Fox News Channel was fanning the flames with half truths and out right lies, and then getting caught red handed in them one after they other.

They over-inflated crowd turnout at several of Sarah Palins rallies, and then played her long debunked "bridge to nowhere" and "state owned jet" lies night after night. They tried to pump up her foreign policy experience and paint her out to be some sort of Rhodes Scholar when anyone with half a brain could see otherwise.

Now, here we are again with another likelihood that scares the hell out of the radical right of the republican party. The likelihood of a black man becoming President seemed unimaginable, yet all of their ranting and raving couldn't stop it. It certainly was not due to a lack of effort on their part, but perhaps too much effort. If you're going to shout "FIRE!" in a crowded theatre, you have to do it at a level that reflects the severity of the fire, otherwise it's an obvious over-reaction with an ulterior motive. Thus, the "townhaller" movement.

Those who now so desperately seek to oppose our President do so by seeking to give rise to those among our citizenry whom are ignorant and gullible enough to choose defiance over logical reasoning. The unilateral refrain is that they somehow fear changes to their own private health plans, as well as the specter of the unknown.

They remain steadfast in their lament, despite the fact the President Obama has promised his agenda will in no way upset the plans of those who don’t want change. They travel from town hall to town hall not to voice an opposing opinion, but to shout catchy talking point at the precise moment that an logical response to a question is about to be clearly articulated.

It stands to reason that health care reform cannot be so black and white that it's good for Democrats and bad for Republicans across the board. I am fortunate to work for a company that pays the first $300 dollars of my monthly medical insurance premium, which leaves me paying about $48.00 per month out-of-pocket. But what happens when someone works for minimum wage or even $11 or $12 bucks a month for that matter.

How on earth do they afford health care? - In fact, I'm not even sure why it's called health care. There is no health care in the America. There is only medical insurance and the private insurance companies who sell it at a cost that far exceeds the benefit paid back to the insured. It's really no different then automobile insurance, except with medical insurers, there are a million things that are covered in your policy, but a million unusual circumstances that ironically occur that gives them a reason not to cover a claim.

If you've ever had to seek medical attention on vacation or out of your network, the rules suddenly change as if a broken bone in my backyard is not the same as a broken bone while on vacation in Colorado. By going skiing in Colorado, I took an un-necessary risk that was likely to increase the odds of physical injury. DENIED!

It's total bullshit, and while the CEO's and top level executives of these medical insurance companies are raking in millions of dollars in salary and bonus packages from the premiums of Democrats and Republicans alike, I fail to see why in the hell they're so hell-bent on continuing to be raped with every premium payment.

I know what the real story is when I hear someone say that that don't want to support Government funded abortions and elder euthanasia. Does any person without a mental defect actually believe that? - I think so unfortunately.



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