Thursday, June 25, 2009

With Or Without Consent of the American People

Obama will try to pass his Health Care reform with or without the consent of the People. He is setting the country up for unimaginable consequences because of his race to turn us away from freedom. Now he is using the news industry as a front for shilling his schemes of centralized government control of our health - and ABC news is letting themselves be used. People it's time to rise up or you will wake up to a fascist state. Edward Cline does a good job of reporting on this urgent anti-American situation.

The Drudge Report was the first to announce the latest step in the fascist/socialist march to dictatorship in the United States. To guarantee that there is no “debate” on the government’s plan to impose mandatory health care “reform” on the nation, President Barack Obama has made a deal with ABC News to conduct a phony prime time “town hall” style meeting from the Blue Room of the White House on June 24. The sanctimonious and overly chummy anchor Charles Gibson will host “World News” from that precious vantage point. He will welcome the nation to the to the first airing of the Obama Broadcasting Corporation.

Not even FDR was brazen enough to co-opt a broadcaster to shill for the New Deal.

No one in the Reichstag -- excuse me, in Congress -- is protesting this blatantly bogus “reality show” except in the most wimpish manner. Republican National Committee chief of staff Ken McKay, according to Drudge, “fired off a complaint to the head of ABC News.” The text of his letter is really just a complaint that the Republicans have not been invited to participate in the “debate.”

“Today, the RNC requested an opportunity to add our Party’s views to those of the President’s to ensure that all sides of the health care reform debate are presented. Our request was rejected.”

Drudge reported that ABC News Senior Vice President Kerry Smith replied to the RNC, claiming it contained “false premises.”

“ABC News prides itself on covering all sides of important issues and asking direct questions of all newsmakers..." (READ HERE)

1 comment:

Some Dude said...

I have a few reasons for opposing "single payer" health care.

1. It will be expensive.
2. The government does not have the right to do it.
3. It would take away our liberties to spend our money as we see fit.
4. The government will screw it up, just like they screw up everything else.
5. "Single payer" is just a euphemism for "taxpayer-funded". As a taxpayer, I don't want to pay for this.