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13 years ago @ 912 Communique - Vent · 5 replies · +3 points
October 10, 2009
Robert Reich, Clinton's Secretary of Labor and avid Obama supporter, wants to deny health care to old folks. They're too expensive. He also told an audience in 2007 that most people will not live longer than their parents. Again, too expensive. He wants to force medical technology corporations to stop developing new life-saving technology.
Reich, of course, supports the so-called "public option," the government's take-over of the health care industry. In order to push the Obamacare scam, Reich proposed a march on Washington by the liberals to demand the public option. He wanted to do this on Grandparents Day, September 13.
Reich wanted people to march in favor of a plan that would mandate old people die on a day set aside for old people. You can't make this stuff up.
13 years ago @ 912 Communique - Vent · 7 replies · +4 points
Pastor Removal from Television
Removal of Joel Osteen, Joyce Meyer, Charles Stanley, David Jeremiah and other pastors from the airwaves.
An organization has been granted a Federal Hearing on the same subject by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in Washington , D..C. .
Their petition, Number 2493, would ultimately pave the way to stop the reading of the gospel of our Lord and Savior, on the airwaves of America . They got 287,000 signatures to back their stand! If this attempt is successful, all Sunday worship services being broad cast on the radio or by television will be stopped.
This group is also campaigning to remove all Christmas
programs and Christmas carols from public schools! You, as a Christian, can help!
We are praying for at least 1 million signatures. This would defeat their effort and show that there are many Christians alive, well and concerned about our country.... As Christians, we must unite on this.
Please don't take this lightly. We ignored one lady once and lost prayer in our schools and in offices across the nation. Please stand up for your religious freedom and let your voice be heard. Together we can make a difference in our country while creating an opportunity for the lost to know the Lord.
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Wednesday, September 30, 2009
No Protections from Skyrocketing Health Care Costs Caused by Finance Bill
Democrats Reject Enzi Amendment to Ensure Bill Won’t Drive up Costs
Washington, D.C. – Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee today defeated an
amendment from Senator Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.) that would have protected Americans from
dramatic increases in health care costs caused by the health care bill being considered by
The Enzi amendment would have prohibited provisions in the bill from going into effect
in any state until that state certified that the new regulations would not drive up health
“The Finance Committee bill will drive up health care costs and make health insurance
unaffordable for millions of Americans. That’s the wrong kind of reform. Americans can’t
afford a health care bill that leads to skyrocketing costs,” Enzi said.
“My amendment would protect American families from provisions of this bill that will
drive up their health insurance premiums. Flawed new rules that lead directly to higher costs
shouldn’t go into effect.”
The Finance Committee bill would drive up health insurance premiums for many
Americans by overturning laws in 42 states that allow health insurance companies to charge
lower premiums for younger people. These state laws encourage young people to buy health
insurance. Because young people have fewer medical problems and lower health care costs,
their premiums help subsidize the costs of older, sicker individuals. As higher numbers of
young, healthy people join an insurance pool, the costs become lower for everyone.
By preempting these state laws, the Finance bill would force insurance companies to
charge higher premiums to younger people. This could lead many young people to conclude
that the price of insurance is higher than the risk of getting sick or injured, and they could
decide to drop coverage and pay the individual mandate tax in the bill. This would result in
smaller insurance pools consisting of older, sicker people, and everyone would pay higher
The Enzi amendment would have required that before these provisions could go into
effect, each state insurance commissioner would need to certify that the new regulations
would not result in higher health insurance premiums for a majority of their state’s residents.
Democrats defeated the amendment on a party-line vote.
“I’m disappointed that Democrats rejected this common-sense proposal, but I’m going
to keep working to find ways to bring down health care costs and help all Americans get the
quality, affordable care they need.”