Thursday, August 13, 2009

Palin addresses Obama "Death Panels"

During the 2008 campaign, the Democrats and the press (I know that's redundant) portrayed Sarah Palin as unintelligent.  They did the same thing to Ronald Reagan.  And both times, the portrayals were lies.  Here's the latest proof . . . Palin posted this piece on Facebook addressing President Obama's near-flippant response to the concerns that many Americans that his proposed healthcare system would limit care of the elderly and push them toward ending their own lives by refusing treatment.  It is well worth the read.  Maybe Obama should read it.

Liberals can't compete in the realm of ideas.  Everything said in support of this so-called healthcare reform is in sound bites and emotional appeal.  There is nothing rational, factual, or detailed.  We're back to a campaign for undefined "change."  But no liberal will admit what he or she wants to "change" our country into . . . because it is far to scary.

The more that Americans see from Obama these days, the less they approve of his policies.  His approval rating has dropped to 47% percent.  That (and other interesting tidbits) is found in today's Rasmussen Report.

The tide seems to be turning.  Let it wash away the liberal majorities in Congress in 2010.

And Sarah, keep up the pressure.  Keep telling the truth.

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