Saturday, August 8, 2009

Sarah Palin on Administration's Health Control Plan; Is She Catching On? Or, Ahead of the Game?

Below are the Facebook comments of Sarah Palin, yesterday, addressing Obama's eugenicist, transnational progressive plan for health control. She did not use such terms, however. Nor did she label them Marxist, nor fascist. But by the adjective she did choose, perhaps Governor Palin indicates she is more "up" on the muted war waged through global Marxofascism, upon righteousness and freedom, than many who have applied such terms.

And depending in part, upon how mush she is in the know, she appears poised to take the lead.

As more Americans delve into the disturbing details of the nationalized health care plan that the current administration is rushing through Congress, our collective jaw is dropping, and we’re saying not just no, but hell no!

The Democrats promise that a government health care system will reduce the cost of health care, but as the economist Thomas Sowell has pointed out, government health care will not reduce the cost; it will simply refuse to pay the cost. And who will suffer the most when they ration care? The sick, the elderly, and the disabled, of course. The America I know and love is not one in which my parents or my baby with Down Syndrome will have to stand in front of Obama’s “death panel” so his bureaucrats can decide, based on a subjective judgment of their “level of productivity in society,” whether they are worthy of health care. Such a system is downright evil.

Health care by definition involves life and death decisions. Human rights and human dignity must be at the center of any health care discussion.

Rep. Michele Bachmann highlighted the Orwellian thinking of the president’s health care advisor, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, the brother of the White House chief of staff, in a floor speech to the House of Representatives. I commend her for being a voice for the most precious members of our society, our children and our seniors.

We must step up and engage in this most crucial debate. Nationalizing our health care system is a point of no return for government interference in the lives of its citizens. If we go down this path, there will be no turning back. Ronald Reagan once wrote, “Government programs, once launched, never disappear. Actually, a government bureau is the nearest thing to eternal life we’ll ever see on this earth.” Let’s stop and think and make our voices heard before it’s too late.

- Sarah Palin

Rep. Bachmann's speech can be viewed here:

And, here:

Currently reading: "Soros Care," by Ben Johson,

PS2: from Sarah Palin, 8/8, Some Useful Commentary on the Health Care Debate (Facebook)


Anonymous said...

Shaking fists and putting up a contrived oppositional fight is not opposing tyranny.It happens every time and then the draconian Bills are passed into law.That is why the dialectical two party system was set-up in the first place.Most people will stay in that box created for them and sit back in wonder as to how they lost their freedom when dictatorship is offically declared.

Anonymous said...

And you are right.She didn't come out and use the proper phrases to alert the citizens of this nation of what is taking place.There is no time to play word games.If these politicians do not speak the truth and mention secession,they are not serving our best interests.Even state sovereignty is not a viable option at this juncture.Those declarations are laughed at in DC.Tossing them all out will never happen with electronic voting machines and no checks and balances.And we know we will never return to paper ballot boxes.

Arlen Williams said...

Anon., thanks for your comments. The two-party system is simply inevitable in the kind of electoral system designed by our founding fathers. Nothing more was necessary and that happened before M.A. Rothschild got into the banking business with a modest fortune in the Frankfort ghetto, by researchable history.

For beating that two-party system, the working only solution I know of is a run-off plan, e.g., the Australian system.