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Believing Democrats can fix the healthcare system they destroyed is a Bizarro version of logic

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Believing Democrats can fix the healthcare system they destroyed is a Bizarro version of logic

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on Democratic propaganda.

That’s the only feasible explanation I can come up with when seeing polls showing two contradicting trends. The first trend is that healthcare seems to be the top issue for a majority or plurality of voters in areas across the nation. The second trend is that Democrats are making gains in these areas as a result.

Lest we forget, the reason healthcare expenses are so high and getting higher is because Democrats created a complete and utter failure with the Affordable Care Act. Republicans were not able to come together in time to repeal and/or replace it, so we’ve been stuck with essentially the same failed piece of legislative garbage for two extra years.

Thanks to fabricated reporting by mainstream media and an incessant batch of lies told by Democratic candidates across the nation, the people who destroyed healthcare and tried to tank the economy are the same people BENEFITING from the nation’s need for more affordable healthcare. If none of that makes sense, it’s because you’re actually thinking about it.

Apparently, many voters are not.

Poll after poll says people hate the state of healthcare in America. Poll after poll says people think Democrats are the choice to fix it. It reminds me of one of those silly videos where someone is asked about a plan that is attributed to Bernie Sanders. Leftists wholeheartedly and invariably support it. When told that it’s actually President Trump’s plan, they find reasons to either backtrack or get mad about something unrelated.

It’s like we’re trapped in a Bizarro world. The sinister comic book creation that looks like a Frankenstein version of Superman and acts like a petulant child with the intellect of a cactus would often get confused about how to solve the most basic problems. He could stomp his feet and destroy buildings with a single swing, but he couldn’t solve a 16-piece kid’s puzzle.

That’s what we’re seeing today. I hate to be insulting to the leftist sheep who listen to the Democrats’ and mainstream media’s lies, but there’s no delicate way to point out their complete disregard for logic or common sense.

Democrats built the dumpster fire of a healthcare system we have today. If you conclude that Democrats are somehow better equipped to fix it, I’ll quash that hope right now. They can’t. They will only make the bad thing they created much worse than it is.

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Here’s hoping the President is serious about late-term abortions

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Heres hoping the President is serious about late-term abortions

I’ll admit up front that I’m a cynic when it comes to the abortion issue. My entire life, I’ve heard Republicans vow to do something about abortion. The wins have been incremental at best and the losses have been devastating. As Planned Parenthood stands funded by the government despite repeated promised by Republicans and a majority to get something done for two years, I’m always skeptical when someone says they’re going to do something about abortion.

Last night, President Trump said he would urge Congress to take action against late-term abortion. It was the only reference made to an issue directly pointed towards evangelicals, and that’s okay as long as it gets done. Other fights, such as religious freedoms, are battles that must be fought by the people, but abortion is the main issue that has both political and cultural fronts on which the battle must be fought. We’ll keep fighting on the cultural front. Will Republicans in Washington DC finally fight on the political front?

If we give him the benefit of the doubt instead of my instant cynical perspective that this was just a vote-securing statement, what would it look like? Does Congress even have the power to mandate against states on this issue? I’m no Constitutional expert, but my gut says it would have to be fought all the way to the Supreme Court for it to actually work, and once there even the so-called “conservative” lean of the bench is unlikely to uphold it. Once again, the case against late-term abortion must be different from the case against abortion itself, and that would force us to run into Constitutional issues.

Here’s the problem with the statement and any attempts made by Congress. Currently, the sentiment against late-term abortions is on our side, but that can change quickly if DC attempts to subvert Roe v. Wade in any manner. Pro-abortion groups will paint this as an example of politicians trying to stand between a woman and her right to choose. Most Americans believe it should be illegal today, but part of that is because it isn’t illegal. If there’s one way to shift sentiment on an issue, side with what the people want today. Invariably, many will change their tune once action is actually taken.

By no means am I suggesting they shouldn’t take a shot at it, but they cannot miss. The worst-case scenario is that they try to ban late-term abortions nationwide and lose that battle. During the battle itself, the will of the people will shift. Therefore, if they cannot make it happen, they shouldn’t even try.

For Americans to have better understanding of the abortion issue, they need more information about preborn babies and the realities of their existence. If the GOP can pull off a late-term abortion ban, it will go a long way to helping with the cultural battle as well.

 


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The magical birth canal

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The magical birth canal

Choice42 makes the point that an arbitrary point in life doesn’t suddenly convey humanity and basic human rights.

The contention from the Left is that there is some magical demarcation point in the life of a child. That before birth it’s just a fetus, clump of cells or a ‘parasite’.

Then in a flash, it suddenly becomes a human being, from mere passage of the birth canal. This video from a couple of months ago illustrates that this is an absurd contention.

Bonus video

 

Leftists assert that like those on the Pro-Liberty Right that they want to protect the children. But only after the life changing passage of the magical birth canal. This video makes the point that the Left can’t have it both ways.

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Morgan Ortagus: Republicans can’t go into 2020 without a healthcare message

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Morgan Ortagus Republicans cant go into 2020 without a healthcare message

On a panel last night with Steve Hilton, Fox News contributor Morgan Ortagus warned the Republican Party going into the 2020 election season that they need to have a message other than opposition to Medicare-for-All.

Ortagus noted that the current plan came from a Democratic President, but Republicans aren’t taking advantage of this notion.

“So a smart Republican could sort of make this argument and say this is why the current Democrat plan doesn’t work but instead Republicans have inherited a faulty plan that they criticize but without a viable replacement,” she said.

My Take

She’s absolutely right. It seems like the GOP has resolved to not really address healthcare at all before the 2020 election after failing to repeal and replace Obamacare in 2017. Now, they’re just railing against the proposed fixes instead of offering a solution.

 


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