Tuesday, October 27, 2009


This is a test


Monday, October 12, 2009

Require Congressmen and Senators to take the same health care plan that they would force on us!

From an email my sister sent me:

On Tuesday, the Senate health committee voted 12-11 in favor of a two-page amendment, courtesy of Republican Tom Coburn which would require all Members of Congress and their staff members to enroll in any new government-run health plan.

Congressman John Fleming has proposed an amendment that would require Congressmen and Senators to take the same health care plan that they would force on us. (Under proposed legislation they are exempt.)

Congressman Fleming is encouraging people to go to his Website and sign his petition.  The process is very simple.  I have done just that at:

http://fleming.house.gov/index.html .
Senator Coburn and Congressman Fleming are both physicians.

Regardless of your political beliefs, it sure seems reasonable that Congress should have exactly the same medical coverage that they impose on the rest of us.

Please urge as many people as you can to do the same!

 Seems like a great idea to me.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Being Good vs Having Fun

This is a false dilemma. If you hang out with people who reject all limitations of morality and law it quickly becomes apparent how little fun they actually have. On the other hand there are groups of people who are very strict about morality and are extremely bitter and cranky. However, I hang out with my friends. We live by a very lofty standard of morality and have so much fun it seems like there should be a law against it! You would think these restrictions of morality would hamper us and make it to where we can't have as much fun but in the end they don't. It seems crazy but it actually lets you have more fun and be more alive and free if you choose to live with high standards. It is amazing how free you actually become.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

How about going after the judges and lawyers?

 Abortion support falls sharply, new research finds:


So, most people in the USA are for protecting the lives of unborn babies. In fact, polling is indicating that support among US criticizes for killing unborn babies is actually falling right now. This is good news. However, this will not change the law. This will not change the legal system that led to such heinous laws. Here is something that could lead to change:

'Factor' confronts negligent judge


How about changing the legal system so that it no longer protects the killers of unborn babies? How about going after the judges and lawyers who messed our legal system in the first place?