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Stop bickering!

Dear Obama:

Thank you for telling me to stop “bickering,” i.e. voicing my concern as an American citizen, over health care reform. This really makes me feel like my voice is heard by your administration! It’s Ok though … I totally trust you to design a perfect health care system that will not abuse people like me, the taxpayer. I am completely positive that telling us you are going to pay for it by “cutting waste” is not just an evasion of the issue and really you aren’t going to sack the highest wage earners with huge tax burdens which will have crippling effects on our economy.  It’s OK, like the Republicans in Congress, I won’t hold your feet to the fire over this. I am not worried in anyway that it will turn into totalitarian care over time, with the government owning and operating the health care system, forcing Americans to ask permission from the government before they receive health care. I want you to design a plan in which every single American is denied freedom and choice of what they want. I want you to put together a plan in which all Americans will be affected, at the very least through taxes, but who you don’t want to listen to. By all means, The One, rush it through Congress, don’t let us challenge your master plan; don’t listen to us; shut us up; snap at us when we disagree with you …. us Americans can’t afford to be held back by our own stupidity anymore!!!

V/R,

Amber Pawlik

More fear-mongering

Obama May Need Sense of Crisis to Revive Health-Care Overhaul

Sept. 4 (Bloomberg) — President Barack Obama returns to Washington next week in search of one thing that can revive his health-care overhaul: a sense of crisis.

Facing polls showing a drop in his approval, diminished support from independents, factions within his Democratic Party and a united Republican opposition, Obama must recapture the sense of urgency that led to passage of the economic rescue package in February, analysts said.

Ah, yes. The same “sense of urgency” that got jammed down Americans’ throat to give us bailout after bailout. We need to spend millions because otherwise your stocks and home prices will go down!! The same sense of urgency and fear-mongering, BTW, that Americans never bought. Overwhelmingly, Americans expressed their disapproval of the bailout with phone calls, emails, etc., to Congress which fell on deaf ears. The only people that were able to be frenzied into fear was Congress itself.

I do believe that Obama and ilk are purposely trying to sink our economic ship. It’s only in times of panic that the government is able to expand its power.

What they did not expect this time is the MUCH MORE VOCAL dissent from the American public this time around–and they keep trying to pass those protesters off as a bunch of violent, unreasonable ogres. Do Democrats seriously think that Americans can be ruled by fear? No, we can’t be: Americans are far too confident, healthy and happy. They can drum up a “sense of urgency” if they want again, but it’s only so they as politicians can sleep better at night–as if they solved some major, urgent problem.

How long can this huge disconnect between what politicians are doing and what Americans want go on? During the string of bailouts, Americans expressed their dissent–it fell on deaf ears. On tax day this year, Americans assembled in peaceful protests–Obama made no comment on it, instead holing himself up in the White House, shutting it down, and ordering the FBI to go investigate said peaceful protesters. And now, on health care, the town hall meetings are completely falling on deaf ears–with politicians pretending as if the anger of the American people is coming out of nowhere and they, the politicians, are simply innocent victims of barbaric people.

I’m still waiting for that urgent, urgent economic stimulus package to take effect …… ok, no I’m not, because, unlike any politician, I actually took the time to understand the basics of economics!!

Cavalier drunk driver care

‘Win One for Teddy,’ Say Dems Pushing for Health Reform

Democrats are hoping that the memory of Sen. Ted Kennedy will revive the Democratic Party’s flagging push for health care reform.
“You’ve heard of ‘win one for the Gipper’? There is going to be an atmosphere of ‘win one for Teddy,'” Ralph G. Neas, the CEO of the liberal National Coalition on Health Care, told ABC News.

Regardless my opinion of Ted Kennedy … It is completely disgusting that they are exploiting a man’s death to further a political agenda!