Thursday, September 24, 2009

WOW! 1

I don't have enough time to post my thoughts on every single issue that makes me go WOW! so instead I'm going to begin WOW posts, to summarize some of my thoughts over a period of time. This is the beginning of my WOW reviews.

Where do I begin, it seems every time I watch or listen to some news these days I can't help but just think, WOW, what is happening to America? Health care is either in the bag or has no chance or passing? Our Commitment to protect Poland, the Czech Republic and some of the surrounding countries is now a dead deal, or mostly dead. We'll give them some vague assurances that our Ships will stay in the area and we might give them an antique missile system that we know is useless against Russian missiles, but it's gesture. Then there is the unknown threat of Iran. And this is the most we can do for them, because Obama thinks he can get Russia and others to reduce or discontinue their nuclear arsenal. All I have to say about this is good luck. If Obama gets that done, I'll hang a huge Obama HOPE poster in my office.

Then we have the Health Care debate, or the lack there of if the Left gets it's way. Humana actually sent information warning it's customers of Possible Medicare Changes that could come from a Universal Plan. The Senators for reform take immediate action against Humana by have having the Department of Human Services send ORDERS, not a request ORDERS to end all similar programs and to remove any related material from their website. Not just Humana but all participating Medicare companies. Fascism anyone???

Then as if the Gag Order is not bad enough, the Senate Committee working on a Health Care plan actually is having to debate whether or not they should post it for the public to see. YES they are actually trying to get the bill out of committee with out allowing the American People to see it. The Senate Finance Committee debated for two hours today on an amendment which failed to pass that would have required the legislative language of the committees final bill, along with a cost estimate for the bill, to be posted online for 72 hours before the committee voted on it.

Instead, they passed a similar amendment to post online the "conceptual" or "plain" language of the bill along with the cost estimate. So they choose to dumb it down for us cus you no us folks dun know much bout thems fancy words and junk.


Sen. Olympia Snowe the Republican most likely to favor the bill, said the amendment represented a "practical, pragmatic good government approach" to legislating.
"We should not be afraid of having a better and complete understanding of what we are all doing," she said. "The fact is, words matter, and so do the numbers."

Jim Bunning (R-Ky.), who introduced the amendment. "The devil is in the details. The way legislative language is written could have a large impact."

Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) said the amendment was "fundamentally a delay tactic" for a piece of legislation that must progress quickly at this point, if Congress hopes to get it to President Obama before the year is up.
"Anybody who thinks that is going to be transparent to the American people is really not telling it like it is," added Sen. Kent Conrad (D-N.D.).

Next up is the Story of Stuff.

This is and has been taught in our schools for at least the last two years. I saw this on the Glenn Beck Show. It's filled with Liberal Anti-Capitalist & Environmental B.S. Not only are many of the facts distorted but some are flat false. And it's done in a happy cheery style that kids will enjoy. It's easier to understand than Al Gore's book An Inconvenient Lie. (Opps Freudian slip) And it's filled with even more crap.

Now the icing on the Cake. Children in public shools (A.K.A Government run schools)being taught to sing in praise of their great leader. Make your own mind up on this one but as you do, also consider how many songs kids sang in praise of President Bush. Then consider what other great regimes in the history of the world had government sponsorship with song in glorious celebration to their great leaders.

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