There has been a good deal of hoo-haw over government regulations and the new health care law and much of it has been, shall we say, deceptive. The deception is afforded us by those in power who’ve forced this (and other) legislation through in spite of a decided majority of citizens speaking out against it; that deception being on the part of John Dingell and the Democrats.
The mantra of the day is that you can keep your health care and/or your doctor.
The campaign of Dr. Rob Steele has been offering short video/audio clips on facebook for all to see and hear, particularly for those who have an interest in their children’s’ futures.
In one audio clip Steele reveals Dingell’s words when he said government should “control the people.” Perhaps simply a Freudian slip.
A follow up video clip shows Dingell backtracking on his “control the people” comment and his having “goofed” in his choice of words. This raises the question of where else Rep. Dingell has “goofed” and caused a detrimental effect on the lives and liberties of “We the people.”
In yet another clip we’re shown how Rep. Dingell is too “busy” to speak with constituents; the clip then goes on to show him heading into a restaurant. Is there any truth in the man? Has his fifty-five years in the Congress caused him to consider himself too self-important to speak with concerned citizens? Does he now or has he always considered himself seated high above the great unwashed?
The most telling clip to date is one in which Dr. Dave Janda is shown speaking with some authority on the ramifications of the new health care law, along with some enlightening words about the stimulus bill; now law.
President Obama has often claimed that if you like your doctor, you can keep him, and it is quite certain that Dingell agrees given the “Borg mindset” of the Democratic Party. The stimulus bill tells otherwise.
It now seems that if you require a certain treatment, and that treatment doesn’t fall into an “approved” category, you will either be denied that treatment by the Presidentially appointed “death panel”, or your “preferred” doctor will be fined and/or jailed for non-compliance by affording you that treatment. Will Obama then “appoint” a doctor for you? The very thought is terrifying.
President Obama has the full support of Representative Dingell in all matter and word.
The question now before the voters in Michigan is one of incredible import. Dingell, often having boasted of being a major player in the authorship of the new health care law, is that question. By his own admission, he desires to “control the people”, then denying the same; which is it?
One thing is certain, deception lives in the heart of the Democratic Party as well as in the heart of Rep. Dingell. Can we really afford to re-elect this man when the truth is not in him?