First, thanks to, Jennifer Siek on Bill Bennett’s Radio Show (via PowerLine Blog) a little listening music to read by: Too Good to Be True
But there’s so much going on with this debate. So much distortion from the left. So much ignorance from the left regarding the real frustrations of Americans that they’re not being listened to. Just a few links you should read.
But don’t stop here. Keep yourself informed. Be better citizens than your President and your Congress. Know what’s in the bill.Then act accordingly.
What’s in the bill? Congress doesn’t know. The President doesn’t know. They haven’t read it. But do yourself a favor, read it, or read the comments of someone who has.
Start here: The Health Care Bill: What HR 3200, ‘’America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009,’ Says, John David Lewis at The Objective Standard
Then check out The Heritage Foundation’s Rapid Response to the Obama Health Care Plan
President Obama, Linda Douglas, And The Very, Very Stubborn Facts
Austin Hill, Townhall
Barack Obama once wanted to eliminate private health insurance, and the White House is snooping on private citizens. Those are very, very stubborn facts, now aren’t they?
Death panels? What death panels? Oh, those death panels
And remember, just a few years ago dissent was patriotic.
“I am sick and tired of people who say that if you debate and you disagree with this administration somehow you’re not patriotic. We should stand up and say we are Americans and we have a right to debate and disagree with any administration.”
– Hillary Clinton, 2003
But not so in the world of Hopey Changleton.
“Least Famous Black Hate-Crime Victim In America”
You see, Mr. Gladney is an African American who was beaten by members of the Service Employees International Union while they called him racial epithets. Why did they beat him?