Tonight President Barack Obama lied on the floor of the House to the American people about his plans for socialized medicine. He was also called out by members of congress from the audience for telling these brazen lies.
The headline at Newsmax reads: “Obama: GOP Healthcare Concerns are ‘Silly,’ ‘Ridiculous,’ ‘Nonsense'”. Since most of the American people hold these concerns, apparently President Obama thinks most Americans are “silly,” “ridiculous” and full of “nonsense.”
A prominent Southern Baptist leader and well-known Christian radio hosts will deliver a massive petition with 1.2 million signatures opposing the current health care bill to Congress Wednesday. Using an ambulance and gurneys, Richard Land, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, and Salem Radio Network hosts will transport printed copies of the petition to the U.S. Capitol.
Under the British socialized health care system, a baby was born at 21 weeks 5 days development…and doctors allowed the child to die because the rule book says no care for children born at less than 22 weeks development (even though children have survived younger than this). A human life was thrown away with no effort to save it, all because of 2-days difference according to a rule book. Still eager for socialized medicine, America?
Rep Mary Jo Kilroy (D-OH) recites the company line, telling the people that they really do support socialized health care (whether they know it or not). After all, any dissent or disagreement with the party line of the glorious revolution is merely “fear tactics.” But when a constituent tries to ask Kilroy specific questions about the contents of the bill, Kilroy literally runs away.
The Mainstream Media won’t report opposing ideas, saying there are no ideas. Not liking opposition leaders, they say there are no leaders. Rush, Glenn and Sarah: though they have mighty megaphones would be easy to marginalize. However, countless thousands are rising up in righteous indignation, with the Tea Party movement and the avalanche of people marching on Washington on September 12th cry out “We want our country back!”
According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), approximately 797,500 children go missing every year. That works out to roughly 2,185 children a day. Many of these young people never find their way home again. Too many become victims of sexual trafficking and prostitution. A 2009 report by Shared Hope International indicates that more than 100,000 children under the age of 18 are currently being trafficked in the United States.