FORBIDDEN CHART out of Congress! Update on Government-Run Health Care Plan

I’m listening to the House speeches of Rep. John Carter and Rep. Steve King, offered by C-SPAN.  They are speaking about the Government-Run Health Care Plan Flowchart that I posted here.  Apparently members have been given the word that they are not allowed to distribute/show their constituents this flowchart.  They’ve been FORBIDDEN to talk about the chart outside of the House confines.  They also mentioned the assault against their First Amendment rights.

There’s something else that is being withheld from Americans and that is, regardless of what health care plan you’re under in Obeyme’s health care plan, after 5 years the WH’s Health Czar will be deciding what health plan you’ll be getting… hmmm, let me guess, shall we?

What’s behind FUBAR Door #1?:

What’s behind  FUBAR Door #2?:

What’s behind FUBAR Door #3?:



Panic sex!

..heh heh, no need for panic sex, actually my fingers slipped while typing “food” so please I beg my pardon.   Yes, yes.  It’s true, I’ll do anything to get your attention so I can tell you of the latest round of FDA food recalls.  Folks, there’s so many..   if you wrote each food item on a piece of paper, then threw the paper on the floor, by the time you finished all the contaminated food items, you’d have a pile from floor to ceiling.  I KID YOU NOT!

Now, go read the list I’m providing you, in the hopes that not one, no, not even one of you shall perish from this atrocity!  Click here.  Now GO.  GOD SPEED.

Here’s what government-run health care looks like..(“,)

Government-Run Health Care

o_gov-run_healthcare_flowchart_medAnd, they don’t tell you that after 5 years, a White House Healthcare Czar
decides what kind of care you will get; not what you might need.
smilieoldgeezer I think that’s another word for rationing, euthanasia and soylent green.

$190,000 withdrawn in $20 bills; irate bank customer hits back

..ya gotta love it.  According to Stuff, after Westpac Bank, Nelson Branch, turned down Mapua artist Roger Griffiths request – a loyal customer for 25 years – for an $80,000 loan, Griffiths made it difficult for the bank by withdrawing his $190,000 savings – in $20 bills!   The bank turned down his application because he didn’t have a regular income as an artist, a successful one at that.  So, the bank had to meticulously count out the money as Griffith stood at the ready.  This sucks – he had $200,000 in cash and was going to sell his $110,000 campervan to more than meet the 20 percent deposit mandated by the bank.

His message to Westpac: “If you don’t support the community, the community won’t support you.”

At last – someone shows some spunk!