That’s why we don’t want the government running healthcare. Then it’d be “it’s the medical system that’s always having problems” instead of what we have now, which is the imperfect but highest quality health care system in the world. Don’t allow the government to turn the world’s greatest healthcare system into another government program failure… don’t allow our healthcare system… Read more »
There has been a lot of confusion about what Sarah Palin meant when she referred to “death panels” being a part of Obama’s healthcare plan. There are misleading fictions: There’s this view: The author of this blog who goes by the pen-name “Sweet Machine” writes in short that there’s really no such thing as death panels in Obama’s healthcare plan…. Read more »
I was discussing the Obama Administration’s Government Health Care Plan with a c0-worker just the other day. He is strongly in favor of government run healthcare. He said two things by way of argument for why we ought to have government run healthcare. His main argument: “The United States is the only industrialized nation on Earth that does not have… Read more »
Making lists can bring a sense of control. Lists can make definite and finite those things that in our minds loosely fit can feel like infinite and uncontrollable tasks. Lists often attempt to group like things. But I find that lists of unlike things are just as pleasing to the mind- sometimes more so. Here’s a list that I made… Read more »
Though Obama is seemingly unable to say no to any spending bill that comes across his desk, he has no problem cutting spending on one of the most important facets of our national security: the F-22 Raptor, 5th generation tactical fighter jet. I believe Obama is wrong to want to cut funding for more F-22’s. Here’s someone with more… Read more »
Stop the social spending machine. Allow the free market to work unfettered by government obesity. Use the extra money to better fund national defense!
Those of liberal persuasion will do their best to minimize and even mock the tea parties. However, let these three truths be known: They were unable to ignore the Tea Parties completely (this cannot be overstated). Every movement must begin somewhere. Every person who attended a tea party represents a hundred others who were unable to be present. Though… Read more »
…those in the Senate who want to cut a deal on health care, should understand that a public option is the beginning of the end of private health insurance…