In the previous posts I have written, unashamedly about not only my true feelings about Obama's plans for America but how they fit within the Constitution and limited government.
As it is no surprise to me, I found the site where the White house would like to know about those who oppose the bill because he feels we are lying or manipulating this bill to discredit it.
Obama, by doing this, clearly has no respect for American citizens or the Constitution when he continues to find ways to silence those in opposition. I can't for the life of me understand how any American is so willing to sell their soul to a government that can't even run the most basic of it's programs. People still gaze upon him as the messiah and continue to be starstruck by him for whatever reason I do not know or maybe it is because "he gives us gifts"(That were paid for by our own tax dollars!)
This and other articles found here: www.chalcedon.edu.
Playing God With Health Care
From the official White House website, verbatim:
“There is a lot of disinformation about health insurance reform out there, spanning from control of personal finances to end-of-life care.
These rumors often travel just below the surface via chain e-mail or through casual conversation. Since we can’t keep track of all of them here at the White House, we’re asking for your help. If you get an e-mail or see something on the web about health insurance reform that sounds fishy, send it to email@example.com.” ( http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/Facts-Are-Stubborn-Things/ )
Folks, this is what happens when the Joker owns the White House. Everyone who opposes his plans is guilty of spreading “disinformation”--that is, lying--and must be reported to the authorities. That the government, and not its critics, is doing all the lying is just part of the Joker’s joke.
And isn’t it funny the way he keeps us all off balance by changing the name of the plan from week to week? From “universal health care” to “health care reform,” and now “health insurance reform”--but however often they change the name, it always means socialized medicine.
But how would anybody in the White House know the critics were spreading “rumors” and “disinformation” about Our Dear Leader’s plan to nationalize health care? That piece of legislation is longer than the Bible. It’s longer than Tolstoy's ''War and Peace.'' Has anybody in the White House read the bill? Anyone in Congress? We know Dear Leader hasn’t read it because he spends most of his time in front of the TV cameras.
But if no one in the government has read the cotton-pickin’ thing, how do they know the critics are lying? Huge chunks of it might be written in cuneiform, and no one in the White House or Congress would know it.
Critics say the bill rations health care, forces the elderly and the infirm to get on with the business of dying, allows the state to pry into private bank accounts, mandates public funding of abortions, sets doctors’ wages and limits their earnings, and spends mountains of money that the country does not have. All those things have happened in all the other countries that have socialized medicine, and only a great fool would think they will not happen here.
Meanwhile, what will the apparatchiks in the White House do with those reports that are sent to them of “fishy” comments about their health care plan? We already know the Commissar of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, thinks everyone who doesn’t dig her president is a potential domestic terrorist. Are they going to turn over all those e-mail addresses to her?
How about reports of “casual conversation”? If you say a discouraging word about Dear Leader’s scheme to hijack one-seventh of the national economy, will that be enough to put you on Janet’s terrorist watch list? And if they don’t plan to do anything about it, why in the world did they want that information?
Specific criticisms aside, it must be obvious to even the most modest intellect that nothing, but nothing, gets cheaper or more efficient when you set up a colossal government bureaucracy to handle it. Any dolt who says this will make health care “more affordable” has simply left out the cost of the bureaucracy itself--several trillion dollars that the country doesn’t have.
Then there’s the constitutional objection. Supposedly the U.S. Constitution is the law of the land; but the way our leaders treat it, it might as well be a lewd joke on the Internet. There is, of course, absolutely nothing in the Constitution that gives the federal government the authority to take over health care. The purpose of the Constitution is to limit government, not to grow it.
Finally, and most importantly, the religious objection: these people, from the Joker in the Oval Office, to the various “czars” recruited from the far-left loony fringe, to the thieves and egomaniacs in Congress, are playing God. They are satisfied with no limit to their power over fellow citizens. There is nothing they won’t do to get more of it. And we, poor fools, elected them!
But the day of their destruction is already marked in red ink on God’s calendar, and everyone who stands with them will fall with them. They will be called to account for every abortion, every act of coerced euthanasia, and every dollar and cent stolen from the American people.
In their orgulity--“pride” is too tame a word for it--they have taken an electoral victory to mean a mandate for gutting the entire essence and substance of America. This is not the kind of “hope and change” a credulous and trusting nation voted for. In their minds, raw political power justifies itself. They behave as if there were no common sense, no Constitution, and no God. But there is a God, and he knows all about them.
The Joker in the White House, and all his czars and congressional lackeys, may be tricky, but they won’t be tricky enough to save themselves from hell.
I think about all of the countries that are watching us from afar, saying, according to Dr. Suess, They've got czars on tharz!
In complete unison the liberal progressives echo "wev'e got czars in ours!"
This my friends is no longer America.
Courtesy of www.chronwatch.com