Tuesday, September 1, 2009

The Name Calling Gets Worse

Back when Bill Clinton was President and you opposed HillaryCare (the nickname for government healthcare proposal back then), you were just the opposition. There was no name calling or discrediting of opponents to government healthcare.

Today, besides being un-American, an extremist, Astro turf, and many more bad things, you are now being called a RACIST by a US Congressional representative!

Representative Diane Watson (D) CA has this to say about anyone who opposes her support for government healthcare at a recent town meeting: "...so remember they [opponents] are spreading fear and they're trying to see that the first President who looks like me [African American] fails. And I want you to know, people who look at the United States as a country that has changed its way and has elected someone from Kenya and Kansas, I'll put it like that."

This statement is a wantonly cruel accusation directed towards American citizens! It is not just mean spirited, but truly unwarranted outrageous hateful speech.

Funny how her logic makes no sense. Apparently, only Watson's opinion is correct and anyone else is wrong. If you're not with her, you're a RACIST! That's pretty clear from her statement. Unfortunately, you cannot ask her questions and expect to get logical answers about government healthcare. She doesn't want to give explanations, only give reasons why you should take it. She's selling it, not listening to you or your questions. Instead, you get more confusion and false promises. Not even the President himself can explain the healthcare proposal clearly to Americans. And for this, we are all racists. This is pure propaganda!

Second, because the President and Representative Watson are African American, anyone who opposes government healthcare is a racist. WHAT? How can you reach this conclusion? We elected an African American President and that shows no racism. We don't want our President to fail. Ironically, people who voted for President Obama CAN oppose his healthcare. If we disagree with his healthcare policies how does that make us racist? Aren't we as Americans entitled to have different opinions, or is the 1st Amendment gone?

To make matters worse, Representative Watson also deeply admires a vicious Communist leader and looks up to him as a good example of leadership. Recently she said the following about Fidel Castro: "...you can think whatever you like about Fidel Castro, but he was one of the brightest leaders I have ever met."

Apparently Representative Watson holds that a murdering, oppressive, Communist dictator in higher esteem than she does for her fellow Americans who disagree with her on healthcare.

Action To Take
Americans, this is a representative of YOUR government. You elected her. Does she represent your views? If so, fine. If not, what are you going to do about it? Vote her un-American ideas out of office!!

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