Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Joe Liberman is supporting those parasites, the health insurance industry, that victimize the helpless

"...buffoons like Rush Limbaugh and Glen Beck and other people who are not terribly bright themselves and talking to even stupider people" Frank Schaeffer, former evangelical leader and author


Senator Joe Liberman gives aide and comfort to the enemy which is a war crime. The health insurance industry is at war with the sick. They want them gone from their insurance coverage. The sick are the enemy. Joe Liberman is supporting those parasites, the health insurance industry, that victimize the helpless. When people need their coverage the most, when they are most vulnerable, is when the insurance company strikes. Liberman is guilty of aiding and abetting the victimization of the American people.
Senator Liberman comes out on the side of the MONEY, the insurance companies, AEtna, Cigna, The Hartford to name a few. Hey, it's easy, the insurance industry have been pouring millions into the campaigns of the Republicans and Liberman is a closet Republican and has benefited from their largess. Guess he didn't get the quote, " “If you can't drink a lobbyist's whiskey, take his money, sleep with his women and still vote against him in the morning, you don't belong in politics”, therefore Lieberman should hang it up.

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Three greatest lies are; the check is in the mail, I gave at the office and Fox (make it up) News is fair and balanced.

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Evangelicals the crazies in America - Republicans cater to the crazies.
"...buffoons like Rush Limbaugh and Glen Beck and other people who are not terribly bright themselves and talking to even stupider people" Frank Schaeffer.
Must see video, wow.


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Recommended Book;
Frank Schaeffer "Crazy for God"

"Crazy for God: How I Grew Up as One of the Elect, Helped Found the Religious Right, and Lived to Take All (or Almost All) of It Back:"
"Part autobiography, part parental tribute and part examination of how American evangelism got to where it is, versatile author Schaeffer tells a moving story of growing up and growing wise in his latest (after Baby Jack: A Novel). Raised in Switzerland in the utopian community and spiritual school his evangelical parents founded, Schaeffer was restless and aware even at a young age that "my life was being defined by my parent's choices." Still, he took to "the family business" well, following his dad as he became one of the "best-known evangelical leaders in the U.S." on whirlwind speaking tours. While rubbing shoulders with such empire builders as Pat Robertson, James Dobson and Jerry Falwell, Schaeffer witnessed the birth of the Christian anti-abortion movement, and became an evangelical writer, speaker and star in his own right. His disillusionment, when it came, hit hard; while he would eventually achieve modest fame as a filmmaker and author (of novels and nonfiction), the initial stages of Schaeffer's post-religious life were anything but glamorous; a particularly moving passage describes Schaeffer shoplifting pork chops rather than return to the evangelical fold. Schaeffer does not mince words, making his narrative honest, inflammatory and at times quite funny; despite its excess length and some confusing chronological leaps, this story of faith, fame and family in modern America is a worthy read." From Publishers Weekly

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