Monday, January 19, 2009

Obama's National Health Care Champion Tom Daschle

Even a stake through the heart won't keep the meddling "I know better than you" Tom Daschle out of our lives and our health.

Hillary tried her socialized medicine and now Obama will try his hoping his first term popularity will give the federal government the right to destroy our great medical care in this country.

Director Blue wrote about Daschle's plan, which Obama has endorsed, to hoodwink voters into giving a Democratic Politburo in Washington the right to over ride in Peoria the decisions made by a doctor and a patient.

This is a read you should make.

The Disastrous Daschle-Obama strategy to "fix" health care

In the name of the uninsured, they want to control your life and this will give them the power to do so. Got a bad habit, you will go to the end of the line waiting for care, unless it's Aids or drug related, or crime related, because those are society's fault.

"One Died for Your Soul; The Other for Your Freedom."

I found this at Bob's Blog. No need to say anything more.

Yesterday I was talking to a woman about how much I enjoy the military jets from nearby Buckley Air Force Base. The jets come flying low over our farm, then head back into Buckley.

The woman told me about an email she got from a friend in Phoenix. She sent it to me. It concerns a letter-to-the editor a man wrote in Phoenix, complaining about four jets from Luke Air Force Base in Arizona flying low over the man while he was at Arrowhead Mall in Phoenix. The man sarcastically asked if these "Tom Cruise wanna-bes thought local residents needed a wake-up call at 9:11 A.M., or were they just trying to impress the clerks at Mervyns?" The man asked for a response.

Lt. Col. Grant L. Rosensteel, Jr. gave him a response. The four officers flying the jets were honoring a fellow officer who was killed in Iraq fighting for our freedom. He was being buried that morning. After the rifle salute, the playing of taps, and the presentation of the flag of the USA to the widow, the "pilots flew the most honorable formation of their lives" on behalf of fellow officer Captain Fresques.

Rosensteel concluded his response by informing the man that "only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you...Jesus Christ and the American soldier. One died for your soul; the other for your freedom."