Entries Tagged ‘socialized healthcare’

Obama may unveil new healthcare bill this weekend

Gird your loins. The following February 17

The healthcare issue: As dead as the deer in “Tommy Boy”

I was in a workshop yesterday when the speaker announced Nancy Pelosi had declared the healthcare bill dead. That’s not exactly what I’m reading this morning, although lots of what I’m reading is good. I had a chance last night to ask Rep. Mike Pence what he’d been hearing. As the 3rd ranking Republican House […]

Coakley: Devout Catholics, pro-lifers “probably shouldn’t work in the emergency room”

A new Boston Herald reported the shocking irony were Brown to win: But if Brown’s momentum holds, he is poised to succeed the late Sen. Edward Kennedy – and to halt health-care reform, the issue the late senator dubbed “the cause of my life. From the

New Stupak development has pro-aborts feeling reravaged

I CQ Politics on January 12…

Pro-life Truth Truck and protesters pay New Year’s Day visit to Sen. Ben Nelson’s home

(Click all photos to enlarge.) Rescue the Heartland’s Larry Donlan led a 7-member band of demonstrably dedicated pro-lifers who braved knee-deep snow and Operation Rescue’s Truth Truck, to protest the Omaha, NE, home of pro-life turncoat Sen. Ben Nelson on New Year’s Day….

NARAL’s 2009 Hall of Fame and Shame nominees

Nelson ridicules pro-lifers: “Apparently I didn’t say, ‘Mother, may I?'”

On December 22 at 4:45p, pro-life traitor Sen. Ben Nelson (D-NE) gave a speech on the Senate floor. Obviously, he had read the voluminous critiques of his “compromise” that enabled a socialized healthcare bill to pass in the Senate that included public funded abortions. He had something to say about that… I think my colleagues […]

Response to Nelson’s “I feel like I’ve been bitten by the family dog”

Very interesting Purposefully shunning input from any pro-life leader or organization about his supposed barrier-breaking brainstorm, Nelson is supposedly complaining, according to the piece, “He… feels like he’s been bitten by the family dog.”…


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