Should we expect American socialized medicine to work simply because “it’s different” than British or Canadian government health care systems? Or is it really just a distinction without a difference? Just another dog with different spots that still doesn’t hunt.
Washington state resident and Marine David Hedrick takes his oath to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic” seriously, and wants to know why some congressmen couldn’t seem to care less about their oath?
When members of Congress returned home this month for the August recess, they probably were not expecting that they were walking straight into a political buzz saw. In the least, they have sought to minimize its impact—which has been nothing short of a game-changer in the debate over ObamaCare. Call it the Town Hall Turnaround.
The first question from the public at the Citizens for Liberty Recess Rally on Saturday: Elected representatives have their own special health care plan. If this health care plan is made into law, will you support a law requiring all elected representatives to live with and under the same restrictions and rules as the rest of the poeple in the U.S. If not, why would you even consider the plan for the rest of us?
Our nation’s veterans have sacrificed in service to our country, and we owe them a great debt. While many in veterans services are dedicated, the VA medical system, Medicare and other government programs are shining examples of what we should not force on the American people.
In nature the sheep, real sheep, are born as sheep. Sheepdogs are born that way, and so are wolves. They didn’t have a choice. But you are not a critter. As a human being, you can be whatever you want to be. It is a conscious, moral decision.