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In The News – 02/19/09

GOP Governors to Reject Obama’s Big Spending?
…the governors of Alaska, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Texas have all questioned whether the $787 billion bill signed into law this week will help the economy. http://www.boston.com/news/nat… $8 Billion in Fraud, $31,750 Gift to Obama
Stanford’s political action committee gave $31,750 to President Obama’s campaign, the third biggest donation for the…

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RomneyCare: The Offer You Don’t Dare Refuse

( – promoted by EaBo Clipper) Reason Foundation senior analyst Shikha Dalmia had an interesting OP-ED piece in yesterday's Wall Street Journal (1-31-08) pertaining to RomneyCare, the form of socialized medicine foisted upon the citizens of Massachusetts by both the Democrats & former Governor Mitt Romney: Massachusetts uses a sliding income scale to subsidize coverage for everyone up to 300% of…

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Healthcare Rights?

In watching the two major party debates over the last few months I have seen a vast difference in the issues addressed.  The Republicans have focused and debated on national security, the war in Iraq, illegal immigration and taxes.  The Democrats have focused and debated on Bush, Bush, Bush and healthcare. The Democrat position is that Americans have a “RIGHT”…

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No Utopian Socialized Medicine In Canada Either

The Ugly Truth About Canadian Health Care
 Socialized medicine has meant rationed care and lack of innovation. Small wonder Canadians are looking to the market. David Gratzer
Summer 2007 Mountain-bike enthusiast Suzanne Aucoin had to fight more than her Stage IV colon cancer. Her doctor suggested Erbitux—a proven cancer drug that targets cancer cells exclusively, unlike conventional chemotherapies that more…

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England’s Socialized Medicine Is No Utopia

When Democrats propose “universal health coverage”, they are in reality talking about socialized medicine. Democrat activist & filmmaker Michael Moore's latest film, “Sicko,” touts the socialized medicine of countries such as England & deems it to be superior to the health care system currently employed in America. While health care in the USA indeed has its share of problems, socialized medicine is certainly no utopia. The following…

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