Actually no it wouldn't. Following the progression of this legislation it has been more a case in favor of that likelihood, especially following the election of Scott Brown to end the Senate super-majority and then to the collapse of the pro-life House Dems objection. Nobody ever said the obomination that causes desolation never has setbacks. In fact he does. And as I had recently posted he could well take his act over to the UN or some other body. So no, you are mistaken.
You are correct. This is just the beginning.[/quote]
Tiger it's like beating your head on the wall trying to talk to these jerks[/quote]
They hear the truth, but refuse to listen. Our country's slippery slope just got greased.
This health care disaster reminds me of when abortion was made the law of the land. We were told it was for the hard-luck cases, and only for the early part of pregnancy, before viability. It was to help the "poor" women. It escalated rapidly for a lisence to kill babies being born(partial birth abortion), to newborns left to die in garbage cans, to passive euthanasia, to forcing the disabled to die of thirst and starvation. There is more to come on this, also.
What do you think commiecare has done? Rationing, death panels, and the lives of the "useless eaters" terminated, will be coming.
Here we are, those of us against the slaughter of babies, who know all life is precious, forcibly made to help the government fund murder.
Unless we can turn this around real quick, we are done for.