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America Betrayed As Dems Pass Health Care In House

The House narrowly passed the Nancy Pelosi bill that will ravage Medicare and place Seniors at risk of early death. Citizens will be jailed and fined for failure to carry an approved Health Care plan.

Our freedom and liberty was just voted out by the new Socialist Regime occupying our government.

As soon as the list is available of who voted against America, we will be publishing it on this blog. These people must be targeted for retirement in 2010.

Please help all opponents of these anti-American Socialists by donating to campaigns, volunteering, making calls and anything else possible to ensure this blight on our country are retired from Congress.

This is indeed a sad day for America.

And PLEASE go to work on your US Senators. They are our last line of defense.

About Tom White

Tom is a US Navy Veteran, owns an Insurance Agency and is currently an IT Manager for a Virginia Distributor. He has been published in American Thinker, currently writes for the Richmond Examiner as well as Virginia Right! Blog.Tom lives in Hanover County, Va and is involved in politics at every level and is a Recovering Republican who has finally had enough of the War on Conservatives in progress with the Leadership of the GOP on a National Level.

10 Responses to “America Betrayed As Dems Pass Health Care In House”

  1. William Pace says:

    Representatives from Virginia voted the following.
    Wittman (R): No
    Nye (D): No
    Scott (D): Yes
    Forbes (R): No
    Perriello (D): Yes (He’s done for after this vote)
    Goodlatte (R): No
    Cantor (R): No
    Moran (D): Yes
    Boucher (D): No
    Wolf (R): No
    Connolly (D): Yes

  2. William Pace says:

    Representatives from Virginia voted the following.
    Wittman (R): No
    Nye (D): No
    Scott (D): Yes
    Forbes (R): No
    Perriello (D): Yes (He’s done for after this vote)
    Goodlatte (R): No
    Cantor (R): No
    Moran (D): Yes
    Boucher (D): No
    Wolf (R): No
    Connolly (D): Yes

  3. Bigvinu says:

    I don’t know. Joseph Cao (R-LA) was kind of in a pickle and forced to vote “Yes”.

    He barely won election in New Orleans only AFTER the Democrat had a slew of corruption charges thrown his way and even THEN, he only won 49%-47%. Joseph Cao is looking out for Joseph Cao because he will get creamed in a landslide if he’s not careful here.

  4. Bigvinu says:

    I don’t know. Joseph Cao (R-LA) was kind of in a pickle and forced to vote “Yes”.

    He barely won election in New Orleans only AFTER the Democrat had a slew of corruption charges thrown his way and even THEN, he only won 49%-47%. Joseph Cao is looking out for Joseph Cao because he will get creamed in a landslide if he’s not careful here.

  5. Tom White says:

    Cao will not win another race. His vote doomed him. He chose his job over what is right for the country.

  6. Tom White says:

    Cao will not win another race. His vote doomed him. He chose his job over what is right for the country.

  7. Bigvinu says:

    Tom,

    Which type of Conservative are you? By that I mean what aspect of Health Care reform do you oppose: principle or funding? I’m for Health-Care reform as a matter of principle as are some Conservatives, but mostly it’s funding that really troubles me (“trouble” as in taking T.R.’s big stick and slamming into the U.S. Dollar).

    As the debt goes up, the dollar goes down. As the dollar goes down, our economy will continue to be crippled internationally. Bush discovered the magic words and now too has Obama. “Please China, can I have some more (money)?”

    Anyway, I’m asking that because you attack Health care reform often, but I don’t know what the main concern you have. I think it’s great to have a plan that effectively puts caps on prices by essentially telling Insurance companies to lower their rates or risk losing their customers. I think it’s great that we’re putting words into action and that we’re bringing the awesome medical care we have (number one in that) into the health care we have (pretty low on that, we have good medicine, but not a good way of getting it out there).

  8. Bigvinu says:

    Tom,

    Which type of Conservative are you? By that I mean what aspect of Health Care reform do you oppose: principle or funding? I’m for Health-Care reform as a matter of principle as are some Conservatives, but mostly it’s funding that really troubles me (“trouble” as in taking T.R.’s big stick and slamming into the U.S. Dollar).

    As the debt goes up, the dollar goes down. As the dollar goes down, our economy will continue to be crippled internationally. Bush discovered the magic words and now too has Obama. “Please China, can I have some more (money)?”

    Anyway, I’m asking that because you attack Health care reform often, but I don’t know what the main concern you have. I think it’s great to have a plan that effectively puts caps on prices by essentially telling Insurance companies to lower their rates or risk losing their customers. I think it’s great that we’re putting words into action and that we’re bringing the awesome medical care we have (number one in that) into the health care we have (pretty low on that, we have good medicine, but not a good way of getting it out there).

  9. Tom White says:

    Bigvinu;
    When you say Health Care reform but the Democrats are targeting Health Insurance. The plan is to end up with single payer government care. Everything Pelosi and the “progressives” are pushing for is designed to do just that.

    The Insurance Companies do not make that much profit. Ofter, as I have explained MANY times here, the Insurance companies suffer an underwriting loss. That is, they took in less in premium than they payed in claims. But they invest the premium. And that pays for overhead, subsidizes the premiums and turns a profit – 2.2%. Sometimes a bit more, sometimes a bit less.

    A government option would NOT invest anything. All overhead would come out of premiums. The government will operate at a loss, presenting an unfair advantage over private insurance. If the government option were forced to live within the premiums collected, I would not object at all. Because they would be 10 times more than a private insurance company. But the government will simply borrow money and throw it in the public option.

    I own an Insurance Agency. I know how these things work. I am in Auto insurance, not Health, so none of this will effect me.

    But if you force an Insurance Company to lower their rates, and they are already charging less than they should, how can this be fair? A public option with endless money, who also sets the rules dooms them to fail. The public option will swoop in and add millions to their rolls as insurers fail.

    Once the Public Option is the only game in town, where do the premiums go? The government either borrows money to subsidize Health Care, raises premiums or rations care. Most likely, all three.

    Health care reform needs to look at interstate competition, tort law reform, limiting awards, and reducing the cost of Malpractice insurance, by limiting lawsuits.

    We need to stop discovering new drugs in this country using taxpayer dollars and selling the drugs to Canada and other countries, using high prices for US consumers to subsidize them.

    I favor Health Care reform, but NOT a government takeover. Look at Medicare and Medicaid. Just about every government social program is broke. Lawmakers of both parties can’t keep their paws off of any surplus that comes along and they substitute IOU’s.

    A government Health Care program will never operate as efficiently as a private program, will grow uncontrollably and consume most of the dollars paid in as it grows.

    We are about to totally destroy the best health care in the world with misguided agendas and outright lies. Reporting Insurance Company gross revenues (before expenses) as profits is one common distortion. I published a letter to the editor today responding to just that distortion in the RTD last week.

    I am for Health Care reform. I just have yet to see a plan that closely resembles it.

  10. Tom White says:

    Bigvinu;
    When you say Health Care reform but the Democrats are targeting Health Insurance. The plan is to end up with single payer government care. Everything Pelosi and the “progressives” are pushing for is designed to do just that.

    The Insurance Companies do not make that much profit. Ofter, as I have explained MANY times here, the Insurance companies suffer an underwriting loss. That is, they took in less in premium than they payed in claims. But they invest the premium. And that pays for overhead, subsidizes the premiums and turns a profit – 2.2%. Sometimes a bit more, sometimes a bit less.

    A government option would NOT invest anything. All overhead would come out of premiums. The government will operate at a loss, presenting an unfair advantage over private insurance. If the government option were forced to live within the premiums collected, I would not object at all. Because they would be 10 times more than a private insurance company. But the government will simply borrow money and throw it in the public option.

    I own an Insurance Agency. I know how these things work. I am in Auto insurance, not Health, so none of this will effect me.

    But if you force an Insurance Company to lower their rates, and they are already charging less than they should, how can this be fair? A public option with endless money, who also sets the rules dooms them to fail. The public option will swoop in and add millions to their rolls as insurers fail.

    Once the Public Option is the only game in town, where do the premiums go? The government either borrows money to subsidize Health Care, raises premiums or rations care. Most likely, all three.

    Health care reform needs to look at interstate competition, tort law reform, limiting awards, and reducing the cost of Malpractice insurance, by limiting lawsuits.

    We need to stop discovering new drugs in this country using taxpayer dollars and selling the drugs to Canada and other countries, using high prices for US consumers to subsidize them.

    I favor Health Care reform, but NOT a government takeover. Look at Medicare and Medicaid. Just about every government social program is broke. Lawmakers of both parties can’t keep their paws off of any surplus that comes along and they substitute IOU’s.

    A government Health Care program will never operate as efficiently as a private program, will grow uncontrollably and consume most of the dollars paid in as it grows.

    We are about to totally destroy the best health care in the world with misguided agendas and outright lies. Reporting Insurance Company gross revenues (before expenses) as profits is one common distortion. I published a letter to the editor today responding to just that distortion in the RTD last week.

    I am for Health Care reform. I just have yet to see a plan that closely resembles it.

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