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How low can you go?

If you want to know where liberals are ultimately headed with ObamaCare®, just check out who’s pushing it in the New York Times.  Princeton professor Peter Singer has written an article advocating his usual evil including killing off old people whose care is deemed too expensive.  Who will draw the lines on what’s too expensive?  Liberal Democrats will.  Count on them being on the good side of the line and you being on the bad side.  That’s how it works with people like that.  As Obama himself said, “I won.”  And as I’ve repeatedly warned here at A View from the Altar, people for whom the state functions as a deity will see political opponents as enemies to be destroyed.  We’re stepping closer to that with ObamaCare®.

Some glaring errors in Singer’s article:  He assumes that if Obama has said something, then it is so, namely, that health care is “broken,” the Democrat sound bite du jour.  Singer presumes money spent on health care is “our” money.  Finally, he assumes the whole question of socialist health care ultimately comes down to a question of how much money a human life is worth.

MolechThis is what you get when you don’t want the true God.   And there’s no option between God versus no God in public policy.  The option is between the true God and one or more false ones.  The idols always turn out to be something like Molech who supposedly made a society prosperous for a certain annual price of human blood.  Molech’s priest now comes disguised as an elderly, balding professor.

Much of the blame for this civilization wrecking move lies with irresponsible voters who insist on trying to get something for nothing.  I was sitting in a doctor’s waiting room today beside an older woman who was complaining about Mr. Obama’s policies being socialist and taking away people’s incentive to work.  And then she complained — and I am not making this up — he also wants to cut Medicare.

Let’s see now.  Free lunch for me; bills for you.  Yeah… that should work.

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