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Health Care Reform Vs. The Iraq War

Health care is yet one more thing, the illegal aliens are trying to get a free ride on. They are said to be hardworking and industrious. They are also said to be family oriented and concerned about their lives. I have no doubt, there are many millions that are, even though they are here illegally. Yet, they do not have pride in living here. They put down roots, but don’t get involved. They just want this to be Mexico, only not just like the one they left.

When we fought the Iraq war, we made that decision. We didn’t pay for it. When we cut taxes on some of the wealthiest Americans, we did not compensate by making cuts in programs that were comparable. So what that has all added up to is, we’ve got a structural deficit that over the course of the next 10 years is about trillion.

The Chief Fiddler speaks and acts without experience to support the veracity of his words. He speaks and acts without ever considering the consequences. Like an adolescent. Like a teenager I wouldn’t trust with the keys to my car. Let alone the keys to our future and that of our children. He has shown reckless abandon for the truth. Joe Wilson was absolutely right when he shouted out in the dignified auditorium of the Joint Session: “You lie.” The one desecrating the great office was not Joe Wilson.

The Government will never work too hard to send them back because they are “working at jobs, Americans won’t do”! That is our fault. We wanted the easy, good life. We didn’t want to get our hands dirty. We gave out money and food stamps like candy to anyone who didn’t want to work. The government isn’t going to do anything else either, because they are making money. The big factor. If you multiply the tax money the Government keeps by 12 million, that is a huge chunk they would have to give up, if they sent them all back. Duh! Red Truck!

So, what does all this mean for health care reform? Well, pre-election the Democrats could get a reform bill through Congress without needing a Republican vote or dealing with a filibuster. This is no longer the case. The Republicans can now filibuster in the Senate and block a final vote. Given this, it makes one wonder why the Democrats did not push through the bill before the Massachusetts special election?

By 2009, PROFIT and POLITICS had become more important than People. Who really cares about the health of a nation when people take a back seat to politics and profit?

America has been invaded from Mexico. We have turned a blind eye to these people coming, for over 20 years. They have infiltrated America and we chose to not see it happen, until it was too late. We are losing the English language. We are losing our identities as Americans. We let this happen. We wanted to stop working so hard and live the easy life, by letting them do the hard work. That is the truth of the situation.

Blood further quotes Senator Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas who says to the voters “I know you’re mad at Washington. Well, shouldn’t she have said “me” since she voted for the health reform?