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Have you heard?

Have you heard is a section where interesting news will appear just in case you missed it or were to busy to look.

Anita Dunn, Watergate and Chuck Coleson on the same path?

I will leave it up to all of you to research the title and figure it out on your own.

Where on earth does the Whitehouse come up with these foolish hacks?
What is this?
Another diversion for DOING NOTHING?
Like the public does not get this?

This Boo Frigging Hoo crap is really getting old.

Actually I find it fairly refreshing that the middle is finally standing up, fighting back and doing an admirable job to boot.

Feds lift ban on ‘Jesus’ on Capitol Christmas tree

Well BRAVO for the feds.
It appears there is at least one thing they have the power/will to change.

This attack on ANYTHING CHRISTIAN by Atheists needs to be STOPPED.
Apparently what the movement to stop all things GOD fails to understand is the part of “FREE EXPRESSION IN THE USA” means FOR ALL not just WE ATHEIST.

Remember “WE ATHEIST” is a tiny minority and of that TINY MINORITY probably less than 1/5 are HELL BENT on erasing GOD from all things AMERICAN.

For years I have been dumbfounded over these frivolous lawsuits against GOD in a nation that was founded on that very premise. In my opinion we are in the mess we are today because the average JOE on the streets which by all accounts is NOT ATHEIST … sat idle and allowed this MINORITY to chip and erode (at our expense literally) the underpinnings of this great society.


While we are fighting to boot the corrupt out of Washington we need to stand on our original framework with GOD included (whatever we choose to call him) and drop-kick this minority into the south 40.

Does the word CLASS-ACTION mean anything here?
I am harmed daily by their actions ARE YOU?

capitol-treeBy Bob Unruh
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

Just one day after WND reported that rules for the 2009 Capitol Christmas Tree program prevented children from submitting decorations with themes such as “Happy Birthday, Jesus” and “Merry Christmas,” state and federal officials are confirming the policy has been rescinded.

WND’s report came after a letter was sent by the Alliance Defense Fund to officials in Arizona who are assembling thousands of ornaments from children for the annual holiday tree that is erected in front of the White House.

The change was confirmed both by officials in Arizona who have a steering committee to run the program and from officials in the office of the Architect of the Capitol, who administer the program in Washington.

Jonathan Scruggs, litigation staff counsel for the ADF, had written a letter to officials questioning the propriety of limiting religious speech and a specific viewpoint in the decoration prograM.

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Three-quarters of Obamacare is to be financed by slashing $500 billion from Medicare

And well they should! Three-quarters of Obamacare is to be financed by slashing $500 billion from Medicare over the next ten years. That comes to an eight percent cut. Next year’s total Medicare spending, for example, will be about $500 billion by itself, so this is like having one year without Medicare at all! Obama’s fatuous claim that the cut will not affect care for the elderly is specious as any thinking person would realize. We have gone through previous incarnations of those who wanted to slash Medicare and pretended that it would not affect the elderly. Newt Gingrich tried to sell this act of alchemy in 1995 and the elderly didn’t buy it then and aren’t buying it now!

It is obviously impossible to cut Medicare reimbursement without slashing the time doctors spend with patients. It is equally obvious that you cannot cover 30 million new patients without more doctors and nurses. And the Medicare cuts in doctors’ fees will, of course, cause a decrease in the number of medical professionals. Investor’s Business Daily conducted a poll in September which showed that 45% of all doctors said they would seriously consider retiring or closing their practices if the Obama bill passes. A larger number will likely refuse to treat Medicare patients. Indeed, current law provides for a 21% cut in Medicare fees to doctors next year and a 6% cut the year after. The new $500 billion in cuts are on top of these reductions! What kind of medical care do we expect our elderly to receive when the doctor who they visit is getting $35 or $40 for seeing them!

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