Sunday, November 8, 2009

John Stossel Gives A Great View Of Health Care

John Stossel: Insurance Makes Healthcare Far More Expensive

John Stossel: Insurance Makes Healthcare Far More Expensive
John Stossel questions Michael Moore on Cuban Health Care
 I love the way Stossel shows what a partisan stooge Moore is. I was at the book store today and they had his books for $2 and they had tons of them. We can't afford to spend $1.4 trillion on anything else right now. We need to cut costs and have a reform that wont bankrupt our country. These Democrats are out of control with their spending. How large must we get for them to listen to our needs?Make them listen by writing letters,telling everyone you can what a mistake this bill is and take it to the streets. Get your friends to go to a protest. And let the blogs and posts know when and where the protests are.
John Stossel questions Michael Moore on Cuban Health CareMonstrous and a defiance of the will of the American people - that's how one pro-family group is describing the health bill that House Democrats pushed through Saturday night by a vote of 220 to 215.

The President of Concerned Women for America, Wendy Wright, says the bill will ration care and punish citizens who don't have government-mandated insurance.

Wright declares "this montrous bill" will erode the best health care system in the world.

According to Wright, "In exchange for insurance, we'll lose access to proper health care. We'll lose health care providers who will leave the profession."

She says the bill would "create multiple bureaucracies that will control Americans' health care, penalize Americans for not buying a product, fine Americans if a government agent decides their health care plan is not 'government approved' and may force Americans to buy government mandated insurance that funds objectionable procedures."

Wright notes that although an amendment passed to bar federal funding of abortion, Democrat leaders refused to guarantee that it will be in the final bill.  According to Wright, "the vote on the amendment may have been a ruse to gain pro-life Democrats vote on the bill."

Meanwhile, House Republican leader, John Boehner, also issued a statement condemning the bill.

He said "Americans want a common-sense approach to health care reform, not Speaker Nancy Pelosi's 2,032-page government takeover that increases costs, adds to our skyrocketing debt, destroys jobs with tax hikes and new mandates, and cuts seniors' Medicare benefits."

Boehner noted that Republicans have offered an alternative health care reform package which offers lower costs and expands access to quality care-without adding to the "crushing debt Washington has placed on our children and grandchildren."

To A Liberal You Are Of Less Value Then A Moose

Newspaper Prints Letter Advocating Killing Hunters

Shameful is the word that comes to mind for the Burlington Free Press and its decision to print a reader's anti-hunting letter, "Take a few hunters along with the moose," that was written in response to the Vermont paper's story about the opening of moose hunting season.
The letter was placed in the newspaper's online letters section as well and has now been taken down after responses from outraged readers. Hunters and non-hunters alike should chastise the paper for its decision to run the letter, and take the opportunity to educate readers about the role hunting plays in wildlife management. It would be nice to see Vermont's fish and wildlife department weigh in, explaining that trained wildlife biologists determine how to best maintain the state's moose population.
Here's the letter:
Take a Few Hunters Along with the Moose
On this beautiful day we learn that about 1,251 hunters are taking to the woods with legal permits to "pursue prized quarry." Certainly the members of various humane organizations do not approve. I suggest that before the next annual killing season, other residents be awarded legal permits to kill hunters who will be out to kill these beautiful, non-destructive animals. Or the government could just rule out all this primitive killing.
Here's the apology from the newspaper's editorial page director that appears online and which had better be in the letters section of tomorrow's print edition:
Today's letters to the editor included a letter about the annual moose hunt ("Take a few hunters along with the moose") that violates the statdards [sic] of the Free Press by advocating for violence against hunters. The letter has been taken down. We apologize for our error in judgement.
Aki Soga
Editorial page editor
The Burlington Free Press
While local readers' complaints have forced an apology, you may want to weigh in with your own letter to the editor. Send to

Is Islam A Terror Religion Like the Quaran Says?

Protest outside NY Mosque Play Watch this video of muslims both good and bad. Is the religion of Islam fundamentally a terrorist religion like the Imam quoted from the Arabic Quaran? Or is it the religion of the Europeanized/Americanized Koran? Did you know that lieing to further Islam is OK? Just look at what Islam teaches in the Quaran. And know that Arabic Quaran and the English Koran are different.