August 04, 2009


Mark Steyn sums it all up:

Government health care would be wrong even if it “controlled costs.” It’s a liberty issue. I’d rather be free to choose, even if I make the wrong choices.

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1 I think your posts are wonderful.  I will keep you and your family in my prayers.  I wish my family had this kind of outlet when I deployed to Desert Shield.Storm.  But, the internet and email were still in their infancy. We had snail mail.  Now, it looks like that is going by the wayside.  

Posted by: Mikerak at August 04, 2009 09:01 AM (yaG5Y)


"Why doesn’t Ottawa introduce a National Doughnut Licensing Agency?"...see my post no steak for you!

Re the decline of the spirit of liberty, also see big wheel cease from turnin'.




Posted by: david foster at August 04, 2009 09:23 AM (uWlpq)


Link for second post messed up...

big wheel cease from turnin'


Posted by: david foster at August 04, 2009 09:24 AM (uWlpq)

4 Even we Leftists realize this isn't about utilitarianism.

Capitalist health care would be wrong even if it were cheaper and healthier. It's a power issue. We'd rather be free to choose for you, even if we make the wrong choices. And we will. Because we don't really care about you. We are Alphas. We are superior.

Why should we Alphas shed a tear for the Delta Queen?

Wagyu steak for us, no steak for you! Welcome to our world of true ikwo-lity.

Posted by: kevin at August 04, 2009 04:03 PM (+nV09)

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