Walter Rhett

National Genocide

In Living, War on January 7, 2011 at 6:39 pm
African-American Civil War Soldiers Burying the Battlefield Dead, Library of Congress.

African-American Civil War Soldiers Burying the Battlefield Dead, Library of Congress.

Closer to home, the bell has been rung: the $230 billion cost of analysis released by the Congressional Budget Office on Thursday that Speaker Boehmer discussed and questioned and claimed represented double counting was based on the health care repeal bill that House Republicans introduced on Wednesday!

The deaths of two persons needing transplants in Arizona is the first step toward cost rationing that will lead to national genocide. The CBO estimates, according to the NYTimes, 54 million people will be uninsured by 2019.

It all seems surreal. Arizona, according to BNET, burned through $2.8 billion of federal stimulus money while its politicians blamed the Democrats and Obama for the deficit and lack of jobs. The state even funded a study of algae as an alternative source of fuel. Now, the state, by default, has established ipso facto Republican death panels for patients with critical needs. Not a word about real care for Americans with critical needs from the new House leadership or Republicans in the Senate as members of its own party say no to those whose lives could be saved. WE are a country without virtue, killing itself. These are dark, tragic days for America. This is not what the people voted for. It is not our shining hour.

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