Wednesday, December 23, 2009


Granny Botox, among hosts of other denizens of the lower realms serving....I mean the house and senate have been outraged...OUTRAGED at suggestions that there will be death panels deciding who can have what care and so who may live and who may die. You know, depending on how much they're worth as human beings. Old people? Not so much.

With all this outrage its strange that it has now been discovered that not only are the death panels IN, but Harry "Beelzebub" Reid inserted language in the bill to make it nearly impossible to EVER repeal this part of the Governments ownership of our bodies. Sarah Palin has the scoop:

The Senate ended debate on this bill without even reading it. That and midnight weekend votes seem to be standard operating procedures in D.C. No one is certain of what’s in the bill, but Senator Jim DeMint spotted one shocking revelation regarding the section in the bill describing the Independent Medicare Advisory Board (now called the Independent Payment Advisory Board), which is a panel of bureaucrats charged with cutting health care costs on the backs of patients – also known as rationing. Apparently Reid and friends have changed the rules of the Senate so that the section of the bill dealing with this board can’t be repealed or amended without a 2/3 supermajority vote. Senator DeMint said:

“This is a rule change. It’s a pretty big deal. We will be passing a new law and at the same time creating a senate rule that makes it out of order to amend or even repeal the law. I’m not even sure that it’s constitutional, but if it is, it most certainly is a senate rule. I don’t see why the majority party wouldn’t put this in every bill. If you like your law, you most certainly would want it to have force for future senates. I mean, we want to bind future congresses. This goes to the fundamental purpose of senate rules: to prevent a tyrannical majority from trampling the rights of the minority or of future congresses.”

In other words, Democrats are protecting this rationing “death panel” from future change with a procedural hurdle. You have to ask why they’re so concerned about protecting this particular provision. Could it be because bureaucratic rationing is one important way Democrats want to “bend the cost curve” and keep health care spending down?

Making permanent what they say is not there.

Sorta like The One spending like a drunken sailor on crack while he firmly and with a straight face goes on about how it's just unconscionable for us to spend what we don't have.

All I can think is that the morass of lies that these people have lived their lives by has gotten so thick that they no longer have the slightest tether to reality.

Either that, or their contempt for the American Public and belief in their stupidity has become so absolute that they no longer try to temper their dishonesty to avoid detection.

They have children indoctrinated in schools, the media, the government, the colleges and a scared public that wanted a hero to solve all their problems for them like some kind of Messiah.

They feel they can do anything and have nothing to fear from us dumb hicks.

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