Sunday, September 20, 2009

Why we're talking about race – again ~ By Star Parker

From WorldNetDaily
Star Parker By Star Parker Posted: September 19, 2009 ~ 1:00 am Eastern © 2009 Democrats have lost the health-care debate. It's now months polls have shown that Americans don't want the massive new government controls, regulations, taxes and spending Democrats are pushing. Latest Gallup polling shows 60 percent saying that President Obama's proposal will not expand health coverage without raising taxes on middle class Americans and without affecting the current quality of health care. Forty-three percent approve of how Obama is handling health care, and 52 percent disapprove. You would be hard pressed to find a Democrat or Republican who does not agree that we can improve how we deliver health care. So the logical conclusion we'd expect now from well-intentioned people would be that we go back to square one. We do what Obama promised but never did – have a truly open, bipartisan discussion, with all ideas are on the table, to generate the best possible product for the American people. Why is this not happening? Because it's not about health care. It's about ideology. Despite claims from our Democrat administration that it wants civility, it does not. It wants control. This nation is already torn apart ideologically. In the last four months we've witnessed two cold-blooded ideologically motivated murders. An abortion doctor shot in a church and a pro-life demonstrator murdered in a drive-by shooting in front of a school. There are fewer and fewer "self-evident truths" about which we all agree. The current charade to paint ideological differences with our president as racially motivated dangerously pours gasoline on the burning embers of our differences. [CLICK HERE TO READ MORE]
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