Archive for July, 2009
July 24, 2009
Euthanasia and abortion will be fundamental aspects of “controlling cost”
President Obama’s highly ballyhooed (the clucks at MSNBC actually had a countdown clock) press conference on healthcare spoke volumes about what the president and congressional democrats have no intention of speaking about.
The whole show boiled down to the by now standard Obama MO of declaring an imminent crisis and reciting a cliché. The cliché of the evening was “no one can be denied coverage of pre-existing conditions”. The deliberately misleading big lie inherent in all government controlled health care. Because “coverage” does not equate with, or guarantee, treatment.
The truly deadly “R word”, rationing of healthcare, is by necessity and design an integral component of every government controlled healthcare plan in existence. And this one will not be any different just because Barack Obama is initiating it.
“Controlling cost”, from the first day of Obamacare onward will focus on the two easiest targets: the elderly and the unborn.
July 5, 2009
Shading the truth is best for business
In a previous article, Abortion Incorporated Silences You Tube, we focused on the abortion lobby’s greatest fear. The truth.
From the inception of Roe v Wade, abortion has been sold to America as a women’s health and rights issue. But if the true purpose of providing abortion services is the health and welfare of women, why is the pro-abortion lobby so adamantly opposed to mandatory full and honest disclosure of the adverse physical and psychological effects women often experience as the result of undergoing an abortion?
And how can anyone exercise a “right” as monumental as terminating the life of their own child without a complete understanding of the realities of what happens to the child during an abortion and the alternatives that are available?