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Friday, September 28, 2007

Bush Vetoes Child Health

George W(warmonger) Bush has absolutely no problem spending billions upon billions of dollars in a politically motivated killing war such as he has done and continues to do in Iraq. However, he has no problem at all in vetoing far less money that is needed to assure the health of America's children from low-income families.
Read about the children's health program here.
Go this way to learn more about SCHIP.
Shame on Bush! Shame, shame, shame. What kind of person is he, any way? He certainly isn't much of a man in my opinion. Nor is George the Warmonger much of a President. George Bush has created the biggest blight on American history there has ever been and perhaps is the greatest sham (or shame, take your pick) of all American Presidents.

2 comments:

Hooda Thunkit said...

Please tell me that you're not surprised by the vetoing of a rampantly Socialistic program such as this.

25 yr. olds classified as "children" and the "qualifying poverty level" being raised to 3X?

This looks more like Communism, if you step back and take an honest look at "the bigger picture..."

Changes need to be made, but this isn't the best way to do it.

:-(

Roland Hansen said...

The USA has perhaps the least accessible and most expensive health care system of all the modern industrialized nations of the world. I would support just about whatever would be neccesary to bring America to the top of the world's health care quality, accessibility, and affordability. I do not rule out socialized medicine, if that is what it would take. Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness is part of our American culture and it seems to me that good health is neccesary to fulfill the American promise.
Bush prefers to kill people over providing quality of life. If he were concerned about the health of America's children, he would propose a health care inititive that would actually help American citizens rather than enrich the Health Care Industrial Complex.