When do we get a right to life? Not in the not-so-distant future, that’s for sure. From the Columbus Dispatch, read on:

With or without Sebelius, there is health care reformation out there that is no health care at all. It’s bad enough that the Dems want to kill off our children, but know EVERYONE will be subject to ‘evaluation’ when in hospital.

‘And any effort to control costs could result in federal officials deciding which procedures physicians and hospitals can use, a process derided by some as health-care rationing. Critics contend that millions of Americans are not likely to support a system that curbs their access to sophisticated surgery or elaborate new drugs.’

Many Democrats are lining up behind a plan that would give Americans the option of buying into a policy offered by the federal government that would be less expensive than private plans.

Appearing last week at a forum sponsored by the Kaiser Family Foundation (a supporter of Planned Parenthood), White House health reform director Nancy-Ann DeParle , hinted that the administration would be open to a compromise on how a federal plan would be financed and structured. But she made clear that health reform could stall if opponents of a federal plan object solely for ideological reasons.

Can’t we all just get along?

‘Some Democrats have advocated a tough approach that would rely on a seldom-used Senate parliamentary maneuver to sidestep a Republican filibuster. That would allow Democrats to pass a bill with just 51 votes rather than the 60 necessary to end a filibuster. But such a tactic would infuriate Republicans, and Democrats such as Robert Byrd of West Virginia say they would oppose it.’

Understanding standardized health care can be an undertaking, but the gist is this: no one really wants to pay for it and the government really doesn’t want to pay for it. So, now what?

Well, we are going to be taxed to death, literally, for something that not all of us wants and for something that is not meant to uphold life. Here’s what I mean: Just like in Canada, a DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) order can be signed without your knowledge, behind your back. This is done after you have become a ward of the state, again which can be done without the knowledge of the next of kin, and usually is enacted when no one else (all family members have left the hospital or hospice) is there to protect you. Doctors have the ability to sign away your rights in Canada…and it’s happening here now, but under somewhat different circumstances until this new ‘death-care reform’ is enacted.

Here’s the rest of the story…Kathleen Sebelius is a horrible choice for HHS Secretary because of her stance on abortion. However, everyone has become blind to the actuality of what nationalized health care is and what it will be used for.

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