Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Obamacare Daily Round-Up 12-09

Sen. Boxer Compares Viagra to Abortion During Health Care Debate. I do not care for her as she was rude to my husband during a Senate hearing. Therefore, I believe Boxer is a political whore whose outstanding hackery is only outshined by her deep, broad, and dense idiocy. A complete waste of skin, Boxer needs to be removed from office by her constituents because she is a danger to the country and anyone standing near her suffers brain damage from the stupidity emanating from her person.

I didn't think it was possible but here is another politician who is almost as worthless as Boxer. Sen. Feinstein Says It’s ‘Morally Correct’ to Force Taxpayers to Fund Abortion (VIDEO) Talk about a douchbag.

The Public-Opinion Option

Senate blocks tough abortion limits in health bill

Health care issues: Keeping what you have

Watered-down 'public plan' emerges in Senate

From Michelle Malken - The Depths of Demcare Demagoguery

How Much Will You Pay for Health Care? You'll Pay Plenty

The Real Cost of a 'Botax,' by Plastic Surgeon Dr. Haideh Hirmand. A noted physician exposes the hidden toxicity of the Senate’s proposed 5% federal tax on cosmetic procedures

A Bad Year for the Experts A True Tale of Canadian Health Care

The GOP Health Plan

Obama to Spend $600M on Community Health

Senate may drop public option Do you believe that? I don't believe that.

Bob Creamer, Architect of ObamaCare, and His Pattern of Corruption

Women Will Not Fare Well Under ObamaCare

Go Joe Go! The Water Is Cold in Connecticut

Government-run health care by stealth

From Rep. Bart Stupak - What My Amendment Won’t Do

The Mystery of Harry Reid. How could such a thoroughly unappealing man have gotten so far in politics? AND Reid doubles down on slavery analogy AND he has useful idiots - Dems defend Reid's slavery remarks

Watch Senator Hatch speak on the topic, "Is the Personal Mandate to Buy Health Insurance Unconsitutional?"

Is Health Insurance Mandate Constitutional?

Don't trust 'em, it'll be back - Dems Agree to Drop Gov't Insurance Option

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