On top of it all, the current bill allows our youngest among us to be exterminated through taxpayer funding. The congressional plan will save money by “weeding out the undesirables”. That’s why they fought to make sure abortion was covered in the senate bill. When we go to a national healthcare system, the first step is for government to gain greater control of our lives. The second step will be to define who is worthy of medical services. Even if you think it is okay for parents to destroy their offspring before birth, we ought to be concerned about what will happen to the disabled and elderly.
Thursday, December 24, 2009
U. S. Senate passes health care reform bill by 60-39 vote
In a rare Christmas Eve session, the U. S. Senate, by a 60-39 partisan vote, approved a health care reform package. Missouri Rep. Cynthia Davis, R-O-Fallon, referred to the bill in this fashion: