The Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation is expressing shock at the March 21, 2010 airing in prime time of Fox’s “The Family Guy,” which featured satire about Terri Schiavo, the deceased Florida woman, who was starved to death in 2005 after a lengthy court battle. The horrific sketch was titled “Terri Schiavo: The Musical.”
Newsmax reports last night’s unconstitutional government health care bill may not fly based on more than constitutional grounds (sounds odd to say that something might be “more” than the Constitution, but congressional socialists last night made it clear that the Constitution is an irrelevant document in their eyes).
Despite the victory lap House Democrats took on Capitol Hill last night, and Barack Obama at the White House, the American people should not be disheartened. It was for their efforts alone that this process divided the Congressional majority for a year, making it long, bloody, and costly. The American people should take heart because this was but one single battle. The war is not lost.
South Dakota state Senator Gordon Howie who is running for South Dakota governor introduced a bill in the 2010 legislative session to protect South Dakota against ObamaCare, but Republicans voted it down. Now Howie has a plan to reintroduce the South Dakota Health Care Freedom Act. After last night’s vote, it is more important than ever to protect the freedom and property of South Dakotans against this unconstitutional bill.
At this sadly historic time when the United States Congress has chosen to completely turn its back on the United States Constitution and force unprecedented levels of socialism on the American people, we need to be looking ahead to what is coming. One vision of the future is very dark and unpleasant, with all the freedom and prosperity we have known being extinguished. The other isn’t full of pleasant things either, but does offer some hope.