There is a fight going on for America. It has been going on for quite a while now. Those who walk the Halls of Power with impunity want to turn this Constitutional Republic, founded by men seeking freedom from tyranny, and the freedom to practice their Faith as they so chose, into a soulless Socialist State, with the Government ruling over average Americans’ everyday lives, as the old Soviet Union did the Proletariat.
And, that totalitarianism is not only limited to the occupants of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. It is most certainly being practiced on Capitol Hill as well.
Within the past week, as the deadline for Obamacare nears, America has witnessed our so-called Public Servants close ranks, steeling themselves for the unleashing of a monster of their own making.
One man has stood head and shoulders above his sniveling colleagues, in his resistance to the implementation of the ruination of the finest Healthcare System in the entire world.
That man is Senator Ted Cruz.
Cruz, since his election, has launched a one-man Crusade for the purpose of defunding Obamacare. He has never changed his message, unlike some of his fellow Republicans.
And, now that the Senate has begun their deliberations, in regard to the Defunding Bill, which the House has already passed, he finds himself wondering who has his back.
Well, he does not have to wonder about Former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin…
Some day I’m actually going to tell America what I really think about GOP elephants that would actually turn on a senator who is fulfilling his campaign promise, the same promise that so many GOP candidates made and that was to defund and repeal and replace with something more sensible and economic, to repeal Obamacare. We finally have a tool to be able to take those steps to repeal and that’s unfunding Obamacare and that’s what Ted Cruz and Mike Lee and others want to do.
Now, these GOP elephants that would turn on someone whose trying to fight for the will of the people, for liberty and for economic justice, if you will, to have those turn on him, is extremely disappointing. It’s not surprising, though. What is surprising, though, is my dad, who is a science teacher and natural history teacher. Dad, if you’re watching this morning, if you’re out of moose camp already and you’re home, you are a teacher and you never told me that elephants were cannibalistic. I wish i would’ve known and then we would have a different tactic in the way that we do campaigns.
As usual, Sarah is right. There are Senators, who refer to themselves as Republicans, who are siding with the Democrats, and knifing Cruz in the back, every chance that they get,
And, the president of the “Let’s Shuddup Cruz” Club is Sarah’s former President Campaign Partner John McCain. McCain has let it be known among his peers that he “!@#king can’t stand the guy.”
No doubt, because Sen. Cruz is everything that Juan McAmnesty is not.
Cruz is actually a Conservative…and, an honest man.
McCain is a back-stabbing Liberal Republican, who will “reach across the aisle” at the drop of a hat.
You see, while 92% of Americans feel that Congress should have to participate in the wonders of Obamacare, Democrats and the GOP Establishment, would rather keep their current Cadillac Health Insurance Plan, thank you very much.
Congress is so out-of-touch with Americans, that we should drive up beside their limos and ask them if they have any Gray Poupon.
If, as Obama and the Democrats told us when they passed it, that Obamacare is going be the greatest thing since sliced bread, they why are they not turning in their Cadillac Plan to be covered by it?
Gosh. Could it be that they all lied to us?
You betcha. Check out this information from, believe it or not, the New York Times:
Federal officials often say that health insurance will cost consumers less than expected under President Obama’s health care law. But they rarely mention one big reason: many insurers are significantly limiting the choices of doctors and hospitals available to consumers.
From California to Illinois to New Hampshire, and in many states in between, insurers are driving down premiums by restricting the number of providers who will treat patients in their new health plans.
When insurance marketplaces open on Oct. 1, most of those shopping for coverage will be low- and moderate-income people for whom price is paramount. To hold down costs, insurers say, they have created smaller networks of doctors and hospitals than are typically found in commercial insurance. And those health care providers will, in many cases, be paid less than what they have been receiving from commercial insurers.
Some consumer advocates and health care providers are increasingly concerned. Decades of experience with Medicaid, the program for low-income people, show that having an insurance card does not guarantee access to specialists or other providers.
Consumers should be prepared for “much tighter, narrower networks” of doctors and hospitals, said Adam M. Linker, a health policy analyst at the North Carolina Justice Center, a statewide advocacy group.
“That can be positive for consumers if it holds down premiums and drives people to higher-quality providers,” Mr. Linker said. “But there is also a risk because, under some health plans, consumers can end up with astronomical costs if they go to providers outside the network.”
Didn’t Scooter say that we could keep our doctors, if we wanted to?
Joe Wilson was right, all those years ago. He lied.
And, apparently, so do a lot of Congresspeople.
So, good Luck, Senator Cruz. We are with you. If we go down, let’s go down fighting.
Until he Comes,