On Tuesday, Barack Obama passed the Totalitarian health care bill into law. It was a shining moment for the Democratic Party and the first major legislation passed by the Obama administration. With approval ratings in the low 40 percent range, the President is bound to see momentum shift back in his direction and confidence to regain focus on those campaign promises of just a couple years ago.
Many Americans believe that their problems are now over! Sure unemployment is around 10 percent, even though Obama said the last stimulus bill was necessary to keep the rate from peaking around 8 percent. Now, with many economists stating that the "recession" is finally over, they almost all admit that it will be several years before the unemployment rate starts going down.
But is that even true? Sure, the stock market is up 64 percent from its 2009 lows. How can these gains be sustainable? Layoffs and company consolidation are still reported each month. Those coincide with very profitable quarters by major US Corporations and CEOs raking in millions of dollars in bonuses. The rich keep getting richer and the middle class disappears.
Many people were also swayed to believe that Obama would be our peace President, even fawning over the man when he won the Nobel Peace Prize. However, he never campaigned on ending the unconstitutional wars in the Middle East. He vowed to increase the combat troops in Afghanistan and that he did. One third of all American casualties in Afghanistan have occurred under the President’s watch, and that does not include the countless Afghan civilians caught in harm’s way with nowhere to run. Don’t forget, there is no sign of us leaving Iraq anytime soon and the detention center at Guantanamo Bay is still open. War with Iran is another option and we’ve been bombing Yemen since the Underwear Bomber attack.
To make matters worse, the Administration has said that it will continue a Bush era policy which allows the assassination of American citizens by the US government. Dennis Blair, the Director of National Intelligence stated, "Being a US citizen will not spare an American from getting assassinated by military or intelligence operatives overseas if the individual is working with terrorists and planning to attack fellow Americans." You see the President is virtually a carbon copy of George W. Bush. Did I mention he also renewed the PATRIOT Act on a Saturday night! Surely the American people had better things to do on their weekend than watch the President put the Bill of Rights through the paper shredder once again. The government can, will and is spying on us. The last two administrations can do whatever they want all under the guise of "National Security," Fourth Amendment be damned!
So should we really believe everything the Messiah says about the Health Care Bill? We shouldn’t believe that it’s a healthcare bill in the first place. If it really was about health care the government wouldn’t need to hire 16,500 IRS agents to enforce it. What does the IRS have to do with the doctor-patient relationship?
Much of the political outcry from both parties was not against the socializing of health care in the country, but about the role of the government providing Federal funds for abortion. First, do we really believe that the government today is not paying for abortions in America? Is the Hyde Amendment really enforced, or do they just move the money around to ultimately pay for an abortion?
The sheer number of abortions in the country in the first place is staggering. Since Roe, 50 million abortions have been performed. The Rev. Clenard H. Childress Jr. says that 52 percent of all black pregnancies end in abortion and that 60 percent of all African American women will obtain an abortion in their lifetime. For many population control Eugenicists out there, that number is probably too low.
No, the healthcare plan will not help the American people. It will raise taxes, increase costs, diminish the quality of care, and kill people. Remember this is not the government in control of our money. This is the government in control of our medical system.
How can anyone look at our track record and think anything different. John Potter, the Postmaster General informed us earlier this month that the Post Office faces $238 billion in combined deficits over the next decade. That is chump change when you consider that the national debt increases by over $4 billion a day!
All your freedoms are disappearing right before your eyes and you don’t even care. Nobel Prize winning Austrian Economist F.A. Hayek opened his powerful Road to Serfdom with the David Hume quote, "It is seldom that liberty of any kind is lost all at once." Unless the American people really cherish their liberty we are bound to be slaves of the State.