Eheads At The Fountain

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

sallies eheads at the fountain      Sallies, fighting for or working for universal health care is like fighting to put oneself into bondage and into slavery; for it will put our personal health care decisions, into a bureaucracy, and take them out of our own hands.  Now what people like Martin Luther King fought for was not a universal health care system; it was so all individuals, without bias to race, could receive for their labors, a life of dignity, and abundance, which includes needed health care, but not the inequities of a universal health care system.

   Arvin it is without reason that liberals would fight, so hard, to put the decisions of their personal lives, into the hands of other; it's totally and completely ironic?