Friday, April 2, 2010

Here is my letter to editors of several MI newspapers:  The proof is in the pudding.  In order to assure health insurance for 10% of us, President Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, and Harry Reed now control 100% of Americans.  This is not about health care, but further government take-over of Americans.  We must fire all Democrats in November, and thank the Republicans for standing firm.  Included in this bill, by the way, is what campaigning Obama said he wanted: "We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful..."  (More on that later next week)
Here is something we all can do:  let your voice be heard by contacting the Detroit News, the Detroit Free Press or the Grand Rapids Press, the Traverse City Record Eagle and the Petoskey News Review.You could chose one of the following email addresses or links and send them a letter-to-the-editor explaining why you support the fight to overturn Obamacare!
[I have listened to the entire interview with John Dingell by now, after being accused of taking his words out of context concerning government CONTROL of 300 million people.  I have not changed my mind.  He said that he really wanted a Single Payer system, but he helped to pass this bill because this is, and I'll quote: "Incremental progress which meets the ability of [a slight majority of] Congress to accept." He is admitting that he hopes, as many others politicians have admitted, that this is just a way to open the door to getting the single payer system. The truth sometimes seems inflammatory, but we deserve to get the truth:  it is good that we all really get a chance to hear what our politicians are saying, hoping and working for.  If we had really paid attention to the quotes of our President during his campaign, for instance, we would have known that he really did have the intent to, in his own words "fundamentally transform" America as he promised, not just be a good steward of the greatest land of opportunity in the world.  In order for the Congressional Budget Office to say this will "save" us money, they had to score it with us paying for it for 4 years prior to when it begins - all the time paying for our current insurance as well.  It didn't even take 4 days for businesses across America to figure out that it will cost them billions, and that cost will trickle down to Americans.  Does it not seem curious to you that in 4 years, when the Democrats actually thought that the toll it might take on America would begin, our President and all Democrats will have had a chance to already be reelected?  Do you never question the wisdom and words of politicians?  All those good changes we keep hearing about could have been passed into law without government control over us all.

My intent is to bring the news which our paper does not cover, as local papers have refused to even run some letters to the editor, because it is not the message they want the readers to hear.  I let the readers decide what to do with it - other than giving them inspiration to get out of their easy chairs to actually do something to turn the tide, and especially to vote this fall.  We shall not be the Silent Majority any longer.  Decades of liberals skewing our public school education to worship Socialism (and Che and Fidel) instead of small government and free enterprise has taken it's toll on young people who now believe America is bad.]
Fox News reports, by the way: Powerhouse student loan provider Sallie Mae says layoffs are imminent as a result of President Obama's new student loan overhaul. "This legislation will force Sallie Mae to reduce our 8,600-person workforce by 2,500," Conwey Casillas, Vice President of Sallie Mae Public Affairs, said in a statement to Fox News.

Anti-Obama Billboards Appear on Atlanta Highways; 'Stop Obama Socialism'...

VERIZON Expects to Incur $970 Million Expense From Health-Care Legislation...

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------                                   Now that health care reform in the shabby disguise of ObamaCare has been crammed through Congress, a peek at the president's precariously stacked dominoes confirms that sooner than you may suppose, there won't be any private companies selling health insurance in America. Consider:

There are approximately 1,300 insurance companies in America today. 

Beginning January 1, 2011, these companies will be required to pay out 85% of all premiums collected as direct medical care, leaving 15% of corporate income to fund operations and yield any potential profit. 

The health care industry has a profit margin of about 3%. Most American businesses rely on securing annual profits of 8% to 10%. American oil companies operate on about 4% profit. Alcoholic beverage sales net annual profits of 26%.
This is a very long article, but well worth the reading if you really want to understand why Obama's proclamation that the sky is not yet falling has no meaning.  It takes time for all the ramifications to produce a devastation of our country, and he knows it.
Byron York of the Washington Examiner exposes the true aim of the new bill:  "The new health care legislation, Senator Baucus promised, "will have the effect of addressing that maldistribution of income in America." [Really?  And here we thought it was about insurance for all].
Howard Dean, the former Democratic National Committee chairman and presidential candidate, said the health bill was needed to correct economic inequities. "The question is, in a democracy, what is the right balance between those at the top ... and those at the bottom?" Dean said during an appearance on CNBC. "When it gets out of whack, as it did in the 1920s, and it has now, you need to do some redistribution. This is a form of redistribution."
After Baucus' statement, I asked a Democratic strategist (who asked to remain nameless) whether fighting income inequality was one of his goals in supporting the legislation. Never, he said. "That's what the tax code is for."
'Redistribution' is an easy charge to make," the Democrat said. "I'm not surprised that it's an argument critics make; what I'm surprised at is that Democrats are making it."
This week the DNC group Organizing for America offered a commemorative certificate to supporters who helped pass the health care bill. The certificate said, "We achieved the dream of generations -- high-quality, affordable health care is no longer the privilege of a few, but the right of all."
The privilege of a few? It is widely accepted that about 85 percent of all Americans have health care coverage, and the overwhelming majority are happy with it. There's simply no way anyone could plausibly claim that health coverage is the privilege of a few."

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