Monday, March 22, 2010

The Insidious Health Care Bill

Watching Nancy Pelosi, King Barack Obama, Joe Biden, and other democrats celebrating their ill-gotten victory in passing the so-called health care package for the American people made most of us angry, saddened, and disgusted. This bill was passed without the consent of the people.

While our leftist leaders are making speeches about how they fought so hard for the good of Americans, that is not at all what their ambition is about. Their drooling is all about their desire for power over the masses. And what better way than to harness all of us, each as a number, under something so expansive and far-reaching as human health.

Furthermore, because of this power they want over us, they are now well on their way in completing their destruction of the basic principle under which our country is founded--that each person is valuable and is created free to make their way in life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.  Such a principle is not conducive to their ultimate goal. 

While many leftists openly admire the likes of Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez, they not-so-openly express, at least not yet, the why of their admiration, which is their desire to have the same total intrusive power of such dictators over us Americans. Thus, they are hell-bent in finding ways to take away from and slow down individuals who are capable and productive.

After listening for months to a parade of moronic leftists muddling our country with their anti-American sentiments magnified by our media outlets, one bright spot did make me smile in Ozzie Guillen who verbally put power-loving wannabes in their places by calling Sean Penn a “payaso” (clown) and an “izquierdista estupido” (stupid leftist). For my money, that about sums them all up

Oh, and, by the way, the debate is not over yet. 
Real Americans still care about the Constitution, and they still outnumber the izquierdistas estupido.

See The Conservative Examiner:
Dem win is built on sand -

ACLJ - Is the new bill Constitutional?

Governor Jindal, “We have reached out to the Attorney General and asked him to join with other states to assert the rights afforded to us by the U.S. Constitution that protect citizens against a federal requirement to purchase a product – like insurance.

“I encourage those in Washington, D.C. to pick up a U.S. Constitution and read it. The legislation’s requirement on all citizens to purchase insurance is fundamentally an unconstitutional expansion of federal power. If the 10th Amendment of the Constitution means anything, we need to stand up for the fact that the federal government can’t force Americans to buy a certain product as a requirement to be an American. If the federal government can do this, what can’t they do? Where does it stop?”

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