If it’s okay to stick it to the rich to get them to pay for your health care and certain other government bennies, why not go all the way? A poor guy gets a new car for $300 while the rich guy pays $1.25 million for the same car. Fair, right?
The sign outside the church would usually read St. Timothy Lutheran Church. But the word “Lutheran” has been covered over and now simply reads St. Timothy Church. Said Rev. Richard Mahan: “I asked that be done because I’m ashamed. I’m ashamed of what the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America has done to a church I’ve loved for 40 years.”
William Wilberforce is best known for his fight to abolish slavery in Britain. He also spearheaded efforts to set up education for indigent children, child labor laws, prison reform, the first society for the prevention of cruelty to animals, Bible societies, and mandatory small pox inoculation, among many others. “To speak of Wilberforce is to speak of biblical worldview in action,” said Chuck Colson.
Health care question #3 at the Citizens for Liberty Town Hall and Recess Rally on Saturday August 22: “Why is the insurance industry in the health care industry at all?”
GOP Policy Committee Chairman Senator John Thune said today that incremental health care reform that actually reduces health care costs is the only way Republicans will cooperate with health care “reform” efforts in the Senate.
What could possibly go wrong with President Obama’s health care plan? After all, it will be written by a committee whose head says he doesn’t understand it, will be passed by a Congress that hasn’t read it (but exempts themselves from it)…
Americans for Prosperity’s Hot Air Tour is coming to Rapid City Wednesday, September 2nd as a part of an effort to urge Senator Tim Johnson to vote “no” to the cap and trade scheme.
Question #2 at the Citizens for Liberty Town Hall and Recess Rally on Saturday August 22: “Would our representatives be wiling to fill out a checklist of things that they support and don’t support [with regard to health care reform]? For example: will you support tort reform, will you support trans national insurance, will you support an amendment to not finance abortion with tax money, will you support the deal without the public option, will you support less government in our lives?”
Barack Obama overwhelmed “We The People” with his charm and charisma. But now many Americans are feeling frustrated and angered. He is threatening to intrude into every facet of our daily lives, and enough is enough.
Chris Matthews MSNBC’s “Hardball” made the claim two weeks ago that he didn’t know of any senior citizens who’s had a complaint about Medicare. No wonder: he refuses to talk to a Medicare expert who could point him to a host of Medicare problems. Ignorance is bliss.
Many people are beginning to feel they got fooled when they voted for change. The Who once wailed, “We won’t get fooled again!” and we all know, “Fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice …..”