The danger of radical healthcare

I have always had problems with socialized medicine. I have not read all of Obamacare rules and such. I am beginning to think we all should read them and study them and proclaim harder against them.

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History is set to repeat itself.

When you hear about Eugenics visions of Hitler pop quickest to mind. Few know it was started right here in America. Funded by the Carnegie Institution and Rockefeller Foundation, researchers at major universities such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, and Princeton explored various methods of forced segregation, sterilization, and extermination of entire bloodlines. The plan was Eugenics and it involves weeding out the weak and/or undesirable.

Pres. Woodrow Wilson, segregationist, racist, and eugenics advocate, spent years at Princeton University and was president of the University from 1902 – 1910. So what has present-day Princeton University have to do with the archaic and barbaric practice of eugenics?

Liberal Democrat Princeton Professor says: “We can and should use Obama Care known as the Patient Protections Act to kill infants born with disabilities which would be costly to society.”

Let that sink in for a moment. The average deaf…

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  • SouthernHon  On July 21, 2015 at 3:24 pm

    I don’t buy the scare tactics. I appreciate the thoughts expressed, but I do not see our country heading down this road. Socialized healthcare has been the norm all over the country and has been successful. If it weren’t for the ACA, I would not have health insurance and for that, I’m grateful. My cheap employers don’t provide it even though I work 40 hours a week.

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    • kindredspirit23  On July 22, 2015 at 1:15 am

      While I may not share her thoroughness, I do have some serious reservations about how our government plans to run the healthcare on down the road.

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      • SouthernHon  On July 22, 2015 at 10:08 am

        I do, too. Something had to be done in this country. Perhaps allocating more of our monetary resources to the cause.

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