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Archive for August 16th, 2009

Tammy Bruce: How Sarah Palin Wrecked the Obama Agenda with “type type type, send”

Posted by iusbvision on August 16, 2009

Bruce also gives some awesome insider points anout the “Washington Establishment” mentality.

Ohhh take a listen to this as well – its great!

Bruce: Do you HONESTLY believe that the bureaucrats are going to tell grandma to FIGHT and have that pacemaker put in?

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NBC and elite media attacking you to shut you up! Media defended radical anti-Bush protestors.

Posted by iusbvision on August 16, 2009

Perhaps we should add these video’s to our “Shut Up” page. What do you think? Let us know in comments.

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Democrats caught busing in ACORN people to fill townhall meetings

Posted by iusbvision on August 16, 2009

ACORN is paid in part with your tax dollars thanks to the Democrats in Congress. Tells how ACORN people had note cards on what to tell the media and what to ask.

Voter anger over health bill and Obama lying about what is in HR3200.

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BUSTED: Democrats putting campaign ringers in town halls falsely claiming to be doctors!

Posted by iusbvision on August 16, 2009

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WND: Euthanasia advocates authored part of Obamacare

Posted by iusbvision on August 16, 2009

Wow, talk about busted….


By Bob Unruh

Part of the controversial health care reform proposal in Congress that discusses “end-of-life” counseling and  medical procedures that could be rationed based on the age of the patient and other factors was written by suicide advocates who argue openly for the “right” to death, according to reports.The sources for the provisions have been documented on a blog for Family Research Council Action and discussed by prominent pro-life columnist Jill Stanek.

“Come again that promotion of euthanasia isn’t part of Section 1233?” Stanek wrote in her new explanation of the dangers of the health care plan. “Kudos to FRC’s The Cloakroom …for drawing attention to the fact that the two authors of Section 1233 are major proponents of euthanasia and assisted suicide.”

The authors of the section include an Oregon congressman who has argued for assisted suicide before federal courts and an organization that openly boasts it helps “thousands of clients each year by … guiding their search for a peaceful, humane death….”

FRC Action reports the group “has been getting some heat” for its criticism of the plan.

“Today comes (a) smoking gun … with the group Compassion & Choices coming out defending the questionable rationing portions of the bill and admitting THEY ACTUALLY WROTE THE LANGUAGE!” FRC Action said.

Stanek took up the explanation:

“The group Compassion & Choices, formerly known as the Hemlock Society, also says it had a hand in crafting Section 1233, writing July 27: ‘Compassion & Choices has worked tirelessly with supportive members of Congress to include in proposed reform legislation a provision requiring Medicare to cover patient consultation with their doctors about end-of-life choice (section 1233 of House Bill 3200),'” she wrote.

“Compassion & Choices calls itself part of the ‘aid-in-dying movement,'” she continued, quoting from the organization’s description of itself:

  • An organization dedicated to care of terminally ill patients, including those seeking a hastened death
  • Compassion & Choices … improves care and expands choice at the end of life
  • Our professional staff and trained volunteers help thousands of clients each year by … guiding their search for a peaceful, humane death
  • We offer information on self-determined dying

The second party claiming authorship of some of the controversial parts of the plan is Rep. Earl Blumenauer, D-Ore., who wrote about his state’s “Death with Dignity” law that allows doctors to give patients fatal doses of medication:

“The amicus brief I have filed with other members of the delegation supports the (appellate) court’s decision to uphold Oregon’s Death with Dignity law. In 1994, Oregon overwhelmingly approved physician-assisted suicide in a statewide vote. … Former U.S. Attorney General Ashcroft repeatedly attempted to undermine the Oregon law using various methods. Each time the judge ruled in favor of the Oregon law. I am pleased that Attorney General Gonzalez’ attempt to overturn the will of the people has been no more successful than his predecessor’s.”

While physician assisted suicide is a contentious issue, it is an issue handled at the state level and the attorney general should not be permitted to deprive the citizens of Oregon and the nation the opportunity to make end of life decisions.”

Blumenauer has condemned criticism of the Obama plan’s provisions.

“The provision included in H.R. 3200 simply allows Medicare to pay for a conversation between patients and their doctors if the patient wishes to speak about his or her preferences and values,” the congressman said. “The new Medicare benefit would allow doctors to be compensated for these conversations every five years, and more frequently if a patient has a life-limiting illness or health status changes.”

He said without such “discussions,” “families are left struggling to make decisions in the midst of turmoil.”

Compassion and Choices also condemned criticism of the bill.

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