Monday, March 8, 2010


I'm stupid. After more than 40 years of seeing fairly close up just how corrupt government workers are in our country, I thought I couldn't actually be surprised by anything they might do. Wrong.

Whether it's our elected politicians, the police or our (not so) "blind" legal system, I had learned long ago not to say (or even think) "B
ut they can't do that!" Believe me, they can.

But today an article from Erick Erickson in his "Red State Morning Briefing" absolutely stunned me. The article is titled: "The House Vote on the Senate Healthcare Bill Is the Final Vote; Obama Will Sign It Into Law". (Link)

According to SusanAnne Hiller, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has pulled the biggest con job on America since P.T. Barnum invented the phrase "There's a sucker born every minute." Reid has carried out a stealth campaign to actually rename an existing Bill (H.R.3950–the Service Members Home Ownership Tax Act of 2009, now called The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act) from the House, insert virtually the entire ORIGINAL Obama Health Care Bill (which is the ultimate government take over), and he got it PASSED in the Senate!!!!

This would mean that Nancy Pelosi (you know, the entirely corrupt and clinically insane Speaker of the House), just has to get enough votes to ratify the "changes" to an old Bill and then President (I don't care what you people want) Obama will sign it into law. Done deal.

"The deceptive practices to pass a government takeover of healthcare can be summed up as the ultimate betrayal by the Democrats against the American people in order to ram through their progressive, socialistic, freedom-stripping policies", says Erickson.

Send this link to every single person on your email list and encourage them to READ THIS! There is nothing more important for you to do between now and Election Day in November. Then it will be time to vote EVERY POLITICIAN out of office. The Democratic "Party" is over!

'Those who stand for nothing fall for anything.' -- Alexander Hamilton, 1978 is the home of America's voice.

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