Pink Floyd, On the Turning Away

Posted by politicalpartypooper on February 27, 2010

Pink Floyd, On the Turning Away

Dedicated to all of my CHRISTIAN, Republican brothers, who need a reminder of what it is to be like Christ. Because, when you can turn away from people you can see, and deny them the same care that you yourself receive, then there is no limit to the evils you will do to those you can’t see.     Ω


9 Responses to “Pink Floyd, On the Turning Away”

  1. Liberty4all said

    So please, please, give more to the government for the next 10 years, so that they can care for people better than you can, right?.

    Doesn’t their program take 4 years to kick in?

    • politicalpartypooper said

      This isn’t about giving more to the government. We’re trying to give LESS to the government…get people off of Medicaid, stop people from having to wait too long for care, from going into emergency rooms only, and still not being able to pay for care, which then means YOU pay for it.

      You need to get off the Republican talking points. They’ve been lying to you all along. This bill UTILIZES PRIVATE INSURERS…like the ones we already have in United Healthcare, Anthem, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Aetna, etc. It gives small businesses the same fair shake at insurance that huge corporations have. Up until now, small businesses have had to buy private insurance, or hook onto a group policy that, because their numbers were so few, ended up being way too expensive to afford.

      You need to understand that thousands of people are losing their insurance everyday. We are now nearing fifty million uninsured. 13 Million of those, according to insurers, are uninsurable due to pre-existing conditions. The vast, vast, vast majority of cost increases in our health care system is because of these uninsured.

      So, go home with you”government takeover of healthcare garbage, because it just isn’t true. Thank you.

      • Liberty4all said

        I can understand your frustration. Saying it isn’t so, doesn’t make it untrue.

      • politicalpartypooper said

        I don’t have to say it isn’t so, Liberty. The facts speak for themselves. Read the bill, not Republican talking points, because I assure you, after watching the “summit”, it was clear that most of them hadn’t bothered to read it, either.

  2. Liberty4all said

    What in the world did people do before healthcare?

  3. Liberty4all said

    Black Sabbath…

    When Ozzy was starting out as a musician in Black Sabbath, for him and his contemporaries fame was simply a by-product of doing something they loved, not an end in itself. Of course, they wanted to be successful and to make money, but they certainly didn’t expect it and that wasn’t the reason they were in a band.

    Today, though, young people regard fame as a birthright. They have a sense of entitlement the size of one of my houses.
    I recently heard about the work of an American psychologist who discovered that in the Fifties only 12 per cent of youngsters agreed with the statement, ‘I am an important person’. By the end of the Eighties, that figure had risen to 80 per cent. I think we can all guess what it is now.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1254209/SHARON-OSBOURNE-The-dark-fame–cult-celebrity-destroying-todays-children.html#ixzz0gsZPDfqA

  4. Liberty4all said

    If the president is serious about passing nationalized health care, he ought to be meeting with the Democrats, not the Republicans.

    Republicans can’t stop the Democrats from socializing health care: They are a tiny minority party in both the House and the Senate. (Note to America: You might want to keep this in mind next time you go to the polls.)

    As the Democratic base has been hysterically pointing out, both the House and the Senate have already passed national health care bills. Either body could vote for the other’s bill, and — presto! — Obama would have a national health care bill, replete with death panels, abortion coverage and lots and lots of new government commissions!

    Sadly, as the president’s Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel has noted, the Democratic base is “@#$%^ retarded.”

    The reason massive Democratic majorities in Congress aren’t enough to pass socialist health care is AMERICANS DON’T WANT SOCIALIZED MEDICINE!

    In fact, you might say that the nation is in a boiling cauldron of rage against it. Consequently, a lot of Democrats are suddenly having second thoughts about vast new government commissions regulating every aspect of Americans’ medical care.

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