Filed under: Campaign 2012, Down syndrome, Health, Obamacare, Politics, Prolife, War on Women
How great to see an article that highlights what I talked about just a few days ago.
Sally Pipes at the New York Post discusses BamCare’s War on Women–Health hazards we can’t ignore.
President Obama leads Mitt Romney among women — for now. That will change if voters focus on what the ObamaCare law does to their health care.
Simply put, the president broke a host of promises about an issue of particular concern to female voters. Unless the law is entirely junked by the Supreme Court, it will drastically limit the choices of millions of Americans, while reducing the quality of our care.
Filed under: Campaign 2012, Down syndrome, Michigan, Obamacare, Prolife
The Life of Julia is an insulting, patronizing, condescending, attack on women’s independence disguised as empowerment. The left throws that word, “empowerment,” around eagerly while typically being the side that feels they must shore up women lest they fail miserably without them. Sound familiar? I think it’s what President Bush referred to as the “soft bigotry of lowered expectations.” Though, I don’t find it soft but instead rather blatant and hard.
Why is Julia so helpless? Seriously, why? Why does this woman flit along in life accepting whatever direction her government led by Barack Obama sends her as though she’s a cow being herded into the chutes with the other cattle until she ends up in that community garden waiting to die? Why? Who seriously wants to live like that? Read more
Filed under: Democrats, Down syndrome, Health, Obamacare, Prolife
I won’t dispute that all of the reasoning for hating what the Democrats are trying to shove down our throats in the health care arena is valid. For me, there is another layer to hate.
Putting our health care in the hands of the government also puts the cost of that health care in the hands of the citizenry. I’m upset about that, but that’s not where I’m going. Continue to follow me.
Think about it, if you’re paying for something, don’t you want to have a “say” in how that money is spent? Of course we’re all frustrated with the way our government spends our money, and most of the time, we don’t have a clue where it’s going. Maddening. However, it’s just a little bit different with health care. Continue to follow me. Read more