Once again the Democrat Socialist Party is trying to tell us what is and isn’t written in the Constitution. Spokes hole Nancy Pelosi is telling us that Obama care is a right. It is part of the Bill of Rights. This is just like FDR telling us that Social Security and Medicare is one of our God given rights protected under the Constitution.
This is part and parcel of the insanity that has propelled us down this road started by Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Delanor Roosevelt.
This is all about a huge power grab by the government to get us dependant upon the state. The Catholic Church bought into this nonsense in 1932 when FDR came up with New Deal. The leaders of the Catholic Church figured let the government take care of the elderly instead of the Church. The Catholic Church decided to let the government create the Ponzi scheme called Social Security and this decision has led to the mess that the Catholic Church is in today. The Christian Church is in the same mess today with its stance on illegal immigration.
We’ll take this up another day.
The giving up of the Catholic Churches sovereignty has led to the destruction of our society, the Catholic Church and the Christian Church.
Once the government controls the purse strings it has the power to dictate what can and can’t be done or said. This is called tyranny.
Dictators throughout history learned these two simple truths of life. If the government can control the Church and the healthcare they will have total control over the people. The control of healthcare will lead to the taking away of individual freedom, private property rights, freedom of choice, and in the end will force the people to become slaves and wards of the state.
Nancy Pelosi and the rest of the Democrat Socialist Party know this and this is why they are hell bent on forcing Obama care down our throats no matter if we want it or not.
Once this is accomplished we can kiss our country adios muchaos or voce vai. This is a little Spanish or Portuguese lingo.
Terrence P. Jeffery wrote this story.
The pull quotes. “Well, I’m very proud of the Affordable Care Act,” Pelosi responded. “I think that the understanding of it has been jeopardized by misrepresentations that have been put out there relentlessly largely by the industries that have–I shouldn’t say not benefited because everybody benefits from this health care bill–but who claim to have suffered from the bill.
“Here’s the thing: the American Affordable Care Act stands there with Social Security, Medicare, health care for all Americans as a right, not a privilege,” said Pelosi. “It was opposed vigorously by two forces: one, the health insurance industry, and secondly by anti-government ideologues who do not believe that there should be a government role in clean air, clean water, as well as health care in our country.
“It’s very private sector oriented, it’s market-oriented, it’s about prevention, it’s about innovation, it’s about life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for the American people because it frees them, unlocks them from a job that they may keep only because of the health benefits to pursue their happiness.”
This is how the Left twists the truth to take away our individual freedoms and our sovereignty. Once this is done the government will total control of our lives.
Here’s one more nail in the coffin to kill off the Church and Religious freedom.
Peter Winn wrote this story. These are the pull quotes.
The U.S. State Department removed the sections covering religious freedom from the Country Reports on Human Rights that it released on May 24, three months past the statutory deadline Congress set for the release of these reports.
Thus, the reports do not provide in-depth coverage of what has happened to Christians and other religious minorities in predominantly Muslim countries in the Middle East that saw the rise of revolutionary movements in 2011 in which Islamist forces played an instrumental role.
For the first time ever, the State Department simply eliminated the section of religious freedom in its reports covering 2011 and instead referred the public to the 2010 International Religious Freedom Report – a full two years behind the times – or to the annual report of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), which was released last September and covers events in 2010 but not 2011.
He added: “We see in a lot of countries around the world, but particularly in the Middle East and in Pakistan and Afghanistan, that it’s not just those small non-Muslim minorities that are affected adversely by repressive policies, it’s majority Muslims as well. Muslims who don’t necessarily want to subscribe to every jot and tittle of what the state feels is the appropriate form of Islam.”