Wednesday, December 30, 2009

13 AGs opposing deal made of :Selling votes to get Medicaid Money is wrong.

Update Thursday AM after reading news article and here are my comments to it:
Please read the actual letter that is included in the article, as was sent by SC Attorney General Henry McMaster to the Congress, and the letter is signed by the AG of Washington state= Rob McKenna, and the AG of Michigan= Mike Cox, and the AG of Texas= Greg Abbott, and the AG of Colorado= John Suthers, and the AG of Alabama= Troy King, and the AG of North Dakota= Wayne Stenehjem, and the AG of Virginia= Bill Mims, and the AG of Pennsylvania= Tom Corbett, and the AG of Utah= Mark Shurtleff, and the AG of Florida= Bill McCollum, and the AG of Idaho=Lawrence Wasden, and the AG of South Dakota= Marty Jackley. These attorney generals charged with the duties of protecting the U S Constitution and their respective state's relationship to the federal government are pressing the issue that the deal made with Sen Ben Nelson to buy his vote in exchange for the federal government paying the Medicaid fees that would be created for new enrollees forever, is unconstitutional on the face of it; and that it is unfair to expect the other 49 states to have to meet mandated by Congress exorbitant expenses while not expecting the state of Nebraska to do that.
The entire health plan refinancing scheme has many flaws, and the way I see those are as follows:
1) it is attempt to label the premeditated killing of innocents in the womb as so-called 'health care' when it is a not, and is indeed a murderous act of evil.
2) It attempts to force taxpayers to pay for the premeditated killing of innocents in the womb, even taxpayers who are consistently conscientous objectors for decades to such evil.
3) It attempts to take from Medicare programs for the elderly who cannot be hired, or the disabled who cannot be hired, the money from the taxes they paid into the system, to redirect it to abortionists and the healthy in schemes to "prevent'" disease instead of treating actual disease.
4) It is an attempt to create a Constitional amendment in a runaround by not calling it a Constitutional Amendment in their effort to bypass the will of the citizens of this nation who would NOT vote for any new right named 'abortion " and who would NOT vote for taxpayers to foot the bill for killing of innocents in the womb on demand. Constitutional amendments have to be ratified by 2/3 of the states and that would not happen and Congress knows it, and they are attempting to sneakily rewrite the Constitution to codify the evil of abortion as law.
They have not authority to rewrite, amend the Constitution, without the people voting on it.
5) It is an attempt to create new health care crimes and an attempt to create crimes of poverty that are punishable with fines, and what if the fines cannot be paid by the poor,do they go to jail for being too poor to buy insurance, a service that really cannot guarantee anyone's health?
6) It is an attempt to make MDs and RNs health care police, expecting them to report those who show up for health care services without insurance cards. It is shameful, dishonest, and unconstitutional usurpation of the lawful authority as delegated to the Congress by the Constitution. The Congress does not have authority to legislate what citizens must buy or how they spend their money, except as it pertains to the national security of the homeland [defense spending, military, roads, etc]. Those who do not have insurance have many options including free clinics for the indigent { I volunteered as a RN in those for years and so did a lot of very good doctors;] and health care screening offered through churches and Red Cross, and the public health dept already funded for communicable diseases. There are resources available; and I know that for certain, and those people collectively are not the foundation of the nation and the national 'common welfare' is not dependent upon them. It is ruinous to rewrite the Constitution in communist tactics and bypass the citizens' voting on amendments to the Constitution for any group! The very foundation of America is the Constitution and for the Congress to attempt to radically rewrite it without subjecting it to the ratification by the people is unconstitutional .
Read the article at:

http://www2.counton2.com/cbd/news/local/article/mcmaster_leading_probe_into_health_care_bill/98802/

@ Thursday, December 31, 2009 @11:09:29 AM

Entry from Wednesday 30-Dec-2009 that I am updating:

AP article about 13 Attorney Generals contemplating suing federal government over the vote buying deal of Congress to buy Ben Nelson's vote for a price tag of $100 million in Medicaid money to Nebraska. Are Senators allowed to sell their votes? That is a HUGE constitutional issue. From article by
By MEG KINNARD in COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - "Republican attorneys general in 13 states say congressional leaders must remove Nebraska's political deal from the federal health care reform bill or face legal action, according to a letter provided to The Associated Press Wednesday."

Read article at:

http://apnews.myway.com//article/20091230/D9CTTMF00.html/
Wednesday, December 30, 2009 @5:39:31 PM

You absolutely know without a shadow of doubt that I am prolife and that prolifers expected Ben Nelson of Nebraska to stand firm for the unborn/preborn and make no deals with the devil Congress. Instead he seemed to be using that issue to secure for his state a deal in which, in exchange for his vote in favor of redefining health care to include killing of innocent babies, his state gets 100 Million in Medicaid money from the feds. Sort of sounds illegal to me, doesn't it to you?
Sort of like that Blago issue when he was Governor and how the _______hit the fan when he wanted to sell /peddle his power in exchange for money. And sort of like that Burris sneak-him-in-we-know-he's-a-crook-and-that-is-what-we're-looking-for-to-replace-the-outgoing-crook-Obama-in-Senate-deal.

The more you know about the US Congress, the less you will like it.
(s) Gloria Poole,Missouri
Update 2-Dec-2009 with this link to great article that simplifies the issues, and states plainly that the so-called health care reform is driven by lawyers wanting fees:
http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2010/jan/02/health-care-reform-simplified/

Also, it is published that it is also driven by abortionists wanting more money since people in the US are wising up and avoiding that horror. And it is also driven by 'sin' diseases of sodomy, lesbianism, cigarettes, alcohol and illegal drug consumption [tens of millions if not hundreds of millions in the US are using drugs the wrong way], tobacco, and stupidity. If the Congress wants to truly reform health care DELIVERY and not merely FINANCING of health care, then let them write laws that no insurer is required to pay a cent to an alcoholic,or cocaine-addict, or other illegal drug user, or to a smoker or to a sodomite [who after puts into parts of his anatomy something NOT supposed to be there causing all sorts of medical problems], or to a woman seeking to murder the innocent. Then that would be 'reform' worth talking about.

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