Category Archives: Death Panels

Our Founding Constitution In Danger

This is not new news, but this article might have some new bits of information within.

For those that have watched Glenn Beck, the progressives are pushing to alter the Constitution to incorporate a Second Bill of Rights. These are not the unalienable, nature’s God given rights – but ones “determined” by people (notice I am not even saying ‘government’ at this point). This is dangerous beyond imagination. For rights determined by man, can be later taken away, by man. And that, rings the death knell.

It is vital they be named.

Cass Sunstein, Lisa Brown, Eric Holder – all (and likely far more) operate within the Soros-funded American Constitution Society. Ring a bell?

If progressives manage to bring this about, it will be the beginning of the end.

For they know not what they do.

Stand up and be counted. Never give up, never give in. Remember November 2012. Now, more than ever.

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Activist Judge Says Taxpayers Must Pay for Abortions

Really?

So how different is this from the POTUS and Congress saying we must pay for Healthscare or face fines and/or jail time?

Since when is it a Judge’s job to over-ride legislation from a state body and signed into law by its Governor?

There are real bad laws out there, Judge. Why not shut them down, too?

Unintended Healthscare Consequences

From a recent study by McKinsey & Company. According to that study, it appears that Obamacare may cost 60 million employees their health benefit coverage. Don Surber focuses on that.

Since then, there is now considerable angst within the McKinsey & Company itself. And disagreements within and without.

There’s only one way to solve this poblem.

Defund and eliminate this unconstitutional piece of bad, bad, absolutely terrible legislation.

Waving Goodbye to Waivers?

It appears that Kathleen Sebelius, Head of Department of Health and Human Services, has some ‘splainin’ to do.

Seems the Obamacare doesn’t impart the authority to HHS to issue waivers.

Goodness! Did someone overstep their bounds? Will we ever find out for sure?

Stay tuned.

Trouble In River City

It seems that the POTUS doesn’t like the fact that Indiana passed legislation to cut off funds to Planned ParentHOOD.

So what does he do?

Well, I think Don Surber said it best, “What kind of man withholds health treatment for a million people just to keep money flowing to his buddies in an abortion mill?”

Financial Future For Who?

Us? China?

There is way too much in the way of articles, essays, opinions to opine about here.

Instead, here are a few links to whet your whistle, or increase your angst:

China has dropped 97 percent of its holdings in U.S. Treasury bills, decreasing its ownership of the short-term U.S. government securities from a peak of $210.4 billion in May 2009 to $5.69 billion in March 2011, the most recent month reported by the U.S. Treasury. . . .”

29 Months into the most Left Wing U.S. Presidency and we are heading into an economic disaster.

More bad economic news.

I have one question:

How can one man, such as our President, solve this crisis when it is Congress that has helped him more than triple our indebtedness (and waants to spend even more) and our primary lender is separating itself from our poor financial dealings?

Conflicted

Yeah, Allahpundit hits a nerve (or more), I expect.

I think everyone should wake up and pay very close attention to the dealings up to and likely within the SCOTUS concerning any and all references/relationships of recent appointee Ms. Kagan with the Obamacare legislation.

Is her reputation at stake?

Ahem, as much as our own financial future? (Oh, forget all those waivers. Even the recent one where Nevada itself won’t have to worry about complying with Obamacare. If, that is, it isn’t terminated.)

You know, all those – waivers – are supposed to be relieving thosee that can’t afford Obamacare’s conscription.

Hmm. Anybody remember why all this started? Seems to me there was something about 47M, then 30M, people that couldn’t or wouldn’t pay for health insurance.

What are the waivers for again?