Righteous Considerations

Every day that President Obama pushes for the government take over of health care he injures families by the thousands across America. Every day that President Obama contemplates the idea of spending trillions more of yours and my tax dollars, the less the chances of his being able to reduce the non-voluntary unemployment/under-employment rates that are now drastically impacting one out of every five families in America.” —columnist Kevin McCullough

“As the Democrats inexorably slog toward the finish line, lugging and wrenching their malformed health care bill, the most passionate debate has been on contentious issues like abortion, the public option, and Medicare cuts. Yet the overriding danger of the Senate bill and its House counterpart is the massive government bureaucracies that will emerge as the legislation takes effect. The Democrats’ colossal experiment threatens to unleash forces that will ultimately overwhelm the doctor-patient relationship, ration our health care, and stifle innovation and excellence in the medical field. A massive government bureaucracy soon acquires a life of its own, with dominion over its constituency that no politician dares attempt to rein in.” —columnist Joseph Smith

“The more the government grabs and spends, the less chance there is that jobs will be created.” —Human Events editor Jed Babbin

“From now on, when you hear Obama speak, try replacing ‘let me be clear’ with ‘let me lie to you,’ and see if it makes more sense.” —columnist Jacob Sullum

“I assume we’re supposed to be too dense to remember that [Obama’s] stimulus spending to date hasn’t created jobs and that most of it hasn’t even been used for that purpose. So when this administration says its first priority is reducing debt, understand we are being played — by consummate cynics.” —columnist David Limbaugh

“[I]t just so happens that with the exception of nuclear power — which most greens still won’t support — global warming fuels nearly every progressive ambition. Wealth transfers from rich to poor nations: Check. The rise of ‘global governance’ and the decline of American sovereignty: Check. A secular fatwa not only to erode capitalism but to intrude on every aspect of our lives (Greenpeace offers a guide to carbon-neutral sex): Check. Weaning us off of oil (which, don’t let the Goregonauts fool you, was a priority back when we were still worried about global cooling): Check. The checks go on for as far as the eye can see, and we will be writing them for years to come.” —columnist Jonah Goldberg

“Right now, if you don’t like the local grade school, you move to the next town. If you’re sick of Massachusetts taxes, you move to New Hampshire. Where do you move to if you don’t like ‘global governance’? What polling station do you go to to vote it out?” —columnist Mark Steyn

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