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Post  zyra69 on Thu Sep 17, 2009 10:06 am

The Fact that Dick Morris Was Clinton`s Long time friend, supporter and Even spokesman
now in Avid Opposition to the Liberal Tactics Used To Muse the Public,
speaks volumes to The Hyperdrive radical Change, Being Rammed down Upon an Unsuspecting Public,
Tell your Rep and senator That we need to Scrap this Effort and Bring the Transparency Back to Washington
Everyone Write and call Nancy Pelosi`s office, Tell Her to Bring the Audit the FEd bill to a vote
Over Half the Congress Has co sponsored this bill that sits On Her Desk ~(Trash Bin );
Thank You Ron Paul for your Dedication to Our Freedom, Support H.R. 1207
Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2009 (H.R. 1207)

If Your Rep is not a co sponsor to this I Urge You to Urge Them
to Jump on board and Make some noise for This bill on capital Hill
Thank you In Advance for Your action
Scott & Jordan at Zyra Salute You;

Dick Morris: Beware Obama's Trap
Wednesday, September 16, 2009 5:54 PM

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Dear Supporter:

Dick Morris, chief strategist for the League of American Voters, recently penned the article below for Please take a moment to read it.

Also, we need to continuing exposing Obama and, as Dick puts it, his "fraud and trick."

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Bob Adams
Executive Director



As any good Persian rug dealer knows, you have to hold back a bargaining chit so that you can whip it out at the very end to tie down the sale. That's how Obama is playing the so-called public option in his healthcare program. His plan seems to be to combine its abandonment with some form of tort reform and try to buy off some Republicans - maybe only Maine's Olympia Snowe - to give moderate Democrats enough confidence in the veneer of bi-partisanship to win their backing for his bill.

But it's a fraud and a trick.

Here's why:

(a) Whether or not there is a public option makes no difference in the fundamental objection most elderly have to the bill - that it guts Medicare and Medicaid. All of the bills now under consideration cut these two programs by one half of a trillion dollars. And all of them require the medical community to serve thirty to fifty million new patients without any concomitant growth in the number of doctors or nurses. These cuts and shortages will lead to draconian rationing of medical care for the elderly, whether under a public option or not.

(b) The most likely proposal is to replace the public option with some form of buyer's co-op. But since there is no currently existing co-op to serve as a vehicle for health insurance, it would have to be formed. By who? The government, of course. That would mean, as a practical matter, that the "co-op option" would be a government run plan for several years. In fact, they may not get around to setting up a co-op at all.

(c) The other alternative, mentioned by Senator Snowe herself, would be for a "trigger" mechanism. This provision would require the creation of a public alternative to private insurance plans if, after a specified period of time, they did not lower rates to a pre-determined level. Given the escalation of healthcare costs, it is almost inevitable that this provision would lead to a government plan. And, anyway, who says that the government insurance option would be more successful in reducing costs?

But Obama has to at least appear to be willing to compromise, so he has invented the idea of re-packaging the public option in order to seem to be flexible.

The key, here, is not to be distracted by the debate over the public option. It matters very much to private insurance companies whether the government becomes their competitor, but, for the elderly (and the near-elderly), the key concern is not the public option by the rationing and cuts projected under the program.

In the Clinton Administration, we worked hard to kill the proposed Medicare cuts and are no less committed to stopping them in the Obama presidency. That they were once proposed by the right and are now being pushed by the left makes no difference. A cut is a cut is a cut. And Medicare should not be cut.

Note from the League: Obama is campaigning all around the nation to re-gain support for Obamacare. We have a good chance of stopping him but we must continue the fight. Please help us — Go Here Now.

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