Nathan R. Jessup

Stand Up America

In Corruption, Health Care, Uncategorized on December 14, 2009 at 8:07 am

Crosby Stills Nash and Young once wrote, “Teach your children well, their father’s hell did slowly go by, and feed them on your dreams the one they picked, the one you’ll know by”. The lyric speaks to the influence of a parent on his or her child’s ability to make choices as an adult. Luckily for me, my parents emphasize the importance in challenging the motives of others; a skill which proves most important in my life. So why begin a post about health care reform with a message about parenting? Here’s why: Barack Obama’s inability to decipher the true agenda of his peers has by default, commissioned him a conduit for the dangerous docket of his eager colleagues. The most recent example: Obama’s blind, unwavering subscription to convicted felon, Robert Creamer and his multi-step plan to hijack America’s health care system.

Robert Creamer (husband to Jan Schakowsky (D-IL)), after being convicted of tax evasion and bank fraud, served five months in a federal prison (in Terre Haute, Indiana) and eleven months under house arrest, or as he called it, “forced sabbatical”.  While in federal prison, Creamer drafted a manuscript detailing steps for the takeover of the US health care system. The plan lays out specific strategies to create the proper climate for a successful heist: “To win we must not just generate understanding, but emotion—fear, revulsion, anger, disgust.”

Emotional manipulation seems a rather unethical approach don’t you think? Not for Obama and company. In fact, David Axelrod heralds the idea by saying it, “provides a blueprint for future victories” (sure does Dave, provided you have no reservations about lying to the American people). “By any means necessary” seems a fitting creed for the unscrupulous left. Creamer goes on to explain, “We must create a national consensus that the health care system is in crisis. As I review the key points of the deranged plan, I notice a theme: “the creation of…[fill in the blank]”. Hence, the essence of the movement rests in dishonesty. Here is my question: if such things existed, why should they need creation?

The book then outlines the need to blackmail congressmen and women for support: “We need to convince political leaders that they owe their elections, at least in part, to the groundswell of support of [sic] universal health care, and that they face political peril if they fail to deliver on universal health care in 2009″. Does this sound like true blue advice from a morally grounded pioneer? Steadily, the political maneuverings of the radical left are beginning to resemble masterful illusions only found in a David Copperfield performance. When selling real estate in the gallows, it’s best to temporarily suspend logic.

Creamer admits, “We need not agree in advance on the components of a plan, but we must foster a process that can ultimately yield consensus”. Generally speaking, aren’t the ‘components’ what most often yield consensus? While the wacky world of Dr. Seuss might welcome a ‘cart drawn horse’, there is no place for it in the legislative process. Unfortunately for us, all in Congress is going according to plan; reports:

Democrats have followed Creamer’s plan to the letter. They have claimed our health care system is in crisis despite polls showing the overwhelming majority of Americans are happy with the care they receive. They have—with the help of President Obama—circulated false horror stories about Americans dying for lack of health care and health insurance.

Not surprisingly, the grass-roots campaign focuses on the dumbest of Americans. History shows ‘dumb Americans’ seem less likely to think for themselves. Without interference from pesky personal opinion, grass-roots organizers tear through willing crowds like hungry hyenas. Watch here:

Sadly, many at the events are present solely to distract, while those calling for truth and transparency are flung aside. Although peaceful demonstration is a fundamental right for all Americans, the pawns in the video willingly relinquish that right by promoting an agenda not their own. The mindless disciples of health care reform must be challenged with rational thought and revealing research. Without resistance the American people will soon find themselves powerless, hopeless and seemingly insignificant, courtesy of the federal government.

While chancy marauders like Robert Creamer continue to have the ear of the President, I pray they never fully win that of the American people. At the very least, every one us ought challenge the hidden motives and associations of lawmakers. Finally, as you leave port in your quest for justice, remember to always teach your children well.


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