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Pelosi silenced by her own hypocrisy of “The Word” , refused to validate Jesus’ right to life began at conception

Posted in Abortion, Pelosi with tags , , , , , on August 5, 2010 by saynsumthn

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), a Catholic, publicly stated earlier this year that she had a duty to pursue policies “in keeping with the values” of Jesus Christ, the “Word made Flesh.”

But at a press briefing last week, when reminded of this statement, Pelosi declined to say when Jesus got the right to life.

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“Whenever it was,” said Pelosi, “we bow our heads when we talk about it in church, and that’s where I’d like to talk about that.”

Later, when asked in writing through her press secretary whether the speaker believed Jesus had a right to life from the moment of conception, the press secretary responded: “The speaker answered the question. Thanks.”

Pelosi, who favors legalized abortion, voted against the ban on partial-birth abortion that was enacted in 2003.

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Pelosi Challenged to explain “When the Word was Made Flesh” after her remarks that her favorite word is “The Word”

Posted in Abortion, Pelosi with tags , , , , , on August 3, 2010 by saynsumthn

Original Comment:

At a July 29 press briefing, reporter Jane McGrath at CNS News asked the perfect question to Pelosi in follow-up on her previous statements that her favorite word is “THE WORD” meaning the Word of God:

You said at a recent Catholic Community Conference that your favorite word was ‘The Word, as in the word made flesh,’ and that we need to quote, ‘give voice to what that means in terms of public policy that would be in keeping with the Word.’

So, when was the Word made flesh? Was it at the Annunciation, when Jesus was conceived by the power of the Holy Sprit, as the Creed says, or was it at the Nativity when he was born of the Virgin Mary? And when did the Word get the right to life?”

Oh, I can’t tell you how much I loved that question. And Pelosi’s bizarre-take-2 response, which is actually untrue, I might add:

Whenever it was, we bow our heads when we talk about it in church, and that’s where I’d like to talk about that.

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Pelosi exercising “The Word” while receiving an award from eugenic founded Planned Parenthood

Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood , “we were involved in health care refrom since the very beginning”

Posted in Abortion, Health Care, Obama, Pelosi, Planned Parenthood with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 20, 2010 by saynsumthn

Interview, Cecile Richards, President, Planned Parenthood Federation of America ( The nation’s largest and most profitable abortion provider) (Thursday, April 8th 2010)

Cecile Richards joined Planned Parenthood in 2006, after work that included organizing low-wage workers, founding the Texas Freedom Network and serving as deputy chief of staff for Nancy Pelosi. Richards is also known to many as the daughter of Governor Ann Richards, and worked side by side with her mother to elect Sarah Weddington ( lawyer who argued the Roe V. Wade decision before the Supreme Court) to the Texas Legislature. Texas Monthly talks with her just after the new health care legislation is signed into law.

Richards brags that she was at the center of the Health Care Reform and went to the White House several times, she “Feels Good” about the bill despite the Stupak deal and claims they “Held the line on abortion and abortion access”. Does that tell you something about the so-called executive order President Obama signed? Remember, Obama told Planned Parenthood in a speech he gave during the election that “Abortion was at the heart of his health care bill.”

Richards calls those who opposed Health Care the “Minority” and calls the Republican Party “Obstructionists”

“If you are a little unhappy about (Obama) , I’d like for you to put a picture of Sarah Palin and John McCain on your desk and think about that.”

The nation’s largest and most profitable abortion industry Cecile Richards of Planned Parenthood dismisses PRO-LIFE Women by stating that it is NOT civil rights for the unborn at the center of the anti-abortion movement but MALE GENDER ! What an insult !!!!!!!!!!!

Richards tries to make the claim that Planned Parenthood offers “Health Care” while they kill millions of babies, target African Americans for abortion and harm women with post-abortion syndrome. Disgusting !!!! Do not be fooled by that claim. there are many evil leaders and organizations that can claim they do “Good” while murdering innocent people. Perhaps Richards needs to talk to her former employee, Abby Johnson about how they push their staff to “Sell Abortions” because of PROFIT ! Planned Parenthood also gets millions in tax payer dollars.

Watch interview here (Health Care segment begins at 4:00 minutes.)

For an eye opening view of Planned Parenthood’s real agenda watch the film: Maafa21 Black Genocide in 21st Century America (Clip Below)

CBO Score on Health Care Released ! Plan is to rape the American people to a tune of $940 billion

Posted in Health Care, Obama, Pelosi with tags , , , , , , , on March 18, 2010 by saynsumthn

According to the left-wing liberal Huffington Post: Comprehensive health care reform will cost the federal government $940 billion over a ten-year period, but will increase revenue and cut other costs by a greater amount, leading to a reduction of $130 billion in the federal deficit over the same period, according to an analysis by the Congressional Budget Office, a Democratic source tells HuffPost. It will cut the deficit by $1.2 trillion over the next ten years.

The source said it also extends Medicare’s solvency by at least 9 years and reduces the rate of its growth by 1.4 percent, while closing the doughnut hole for seniors, meaning there will no longer be a gap in coverage of medication. The CBO also estimated it would extend coverage to 32 million additional people.

The CBO score is the last piece House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) was waiting on before putting the puzzle together on the House floor.

The Washington Post is reporting that:

CBO: Health-care reform bill cuts deficit by $1.3 trillion over 20 years, covers 95% ( GET READY – WHEN HAS THE GOV’T EVER REDUCED SPENDING ????)

According to a Democratic source, CBO has finished its work and will release the official preliminary score later today. But here are the basic numbers: The bill will cost $940 billion over the first 10 years and reduce the deficit by $130 billion during that period. In the second 10 years — so, 2020 to 2029 — it will reduce the deficit by $1.2 trillion. The legislation will cover 32 million Americans, or 95 percent of the legal population.

Now – Cybercast News is reporting that Republicans Blast Democrats for Leaking CBO’s Cost Estimate of Health Care Reform
Thursday, March 18, 2010
By Susan Jones, Senior Editor

(Editor’s note: When the CBO finally did release its cost estimate, it stressed that the numbers are preliminary and subject to change.)

(CNSNews.com) – The number $940 billion popped up in Washington Thursday morning, much to the dismay of Republicans, who say Democrats are attaching a price tag to their health care bill, even before the Congressional Budget Office released its official estimate.

“I think momentum is growing for this bill,” the Associated Press quoted Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) as saying. Hoyer said the Democrats’ health care bill will cost $940 billion over ten years, based on the CBO estimate. According to Hoyer, it also would reduce the federal deficit by more than $100 billion over its first ten years – and by more than $1 trillion in its second decade.

Hold on a minute, said Republicans: Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, the ranking Republican on the House Budget Committee, said Democrats were talking about numbers that the Congressional Budget Office had not yet officially released.

“The Congressional Budget Office has confirmed that there is currently no official cost estimate,” Ryan said in a news release Thursday morning. “Yet House Democrats are touting to the press – and spinning for partisan gain – numbers that have not been released and are impossible to confirm.”

Ryan noted that Rep. James Clyburn was “giddy” about the unsubstantiated numbers.

“This is the latest outrageous exploitation by the Majority – in this case abusing the confidentiality of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office – to pass their massive health care overhaul at any cost,” Ryan said.

President Obama, at a Rose Garden signing ceremony for a separate jobs bill, also mentioned the CBO numbers on Thursday morning — right around the time the CBO actually posted them on its Web site.

“The reform we seek would bring $1.3 trillion in deficit reduction over the next two decades,” Obama said to applause. “That makes this legislation the most significant effort to reduce deficits since the balanced budget act in the 1990s.”

Obama said the Democrats’ health care bill will bring new accountability to the insurance industry and greater economic security to all Americans. “So I urge every member of Congress to consider this as they prepare for their important vote (on health care) this weekend.”

Rep. Hoyer was quoted as saying, “The more and more people have looked at this bill…a greater number of people are becoming more comfortable.”

That is the Democrats’ hope, as they try to round up the 216 votes necessary to send a health care bill to President Obama, using a controversial parliamentary maneuver.

At a joint press conference on Thursday morning, House and Senate Republicans again accused Democrats of trying to ram through a $1 trillion government takeover of health care, against the wishes of the American people.

“It’s pretty clear that Democrat leaders here in Congress and the president aren’t listening to the American people, because the American people are saying, ‘stop!’ and they’re screaming at the top of their lungs,” said House Republican Leader John Boehner (Ohio).

Boehner noted that Obama has made the point to Democrats that his presidency is on the line: “Well, sorry Mr. President, this isn’t about you… This is about the American people and the health care system that they want for our country.”

Boehner said House Republicans on Thursday will try to force a vote on a resolution requiring a “clean, up-or-down vote” on the Senate-passed health care bill. If the resolution is adopted by the House, it would prohibit Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democratic leaders from implementing the “Slaughter Solution,” a controversial scheme by which the Senate health care bill would be “deemed” to have passed without an actual up-or-down vote by the House.

Beyond Sleezy, Dems on Health Care: “The process [cheating] does not matter”

Posted in Health Care, Obama with tags , , , , , , , , on March 18, 2010 by saynsumthn

Rules were made to be broken?
Rules do not matter?
Deem and Slaughter?

Both liberal and republican congressmen speak on the use of the deeming rule to ram through Obamacare, and the panel talks about the other procedural tricks being invoked.

Stupak: White House Pressuring Me to Keep Quiet on Abortion Language in Senate Health Bill

Posted in Abortion, Health Care, Obama with tags , , , , , , , , , on December 23, 2009 by saynsumthn

Rep. Stupak: White House Pressuring Me to Keep Quiet on Abortion Language in Senate Health Bill
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
By Pete Winn, Senior Writer/Editor

(CNSNews.com) – Rep. Bart Stupak (D-Mich.) said the White House and the Democratic leadership in the House of Representatives have been pressuring him not to speak out on the “compromise” abortion language in the Senate version of the health care bill.

They think I shouldn’t be expressing my views on this bill until they get a chance to try to sell me the language,” Stupak told CNSNews.com in an interview on Tuesday. “Well, I don’t need anyone to sell me the language. I can read it. I’ve seen it. I’ve worked with it. I know what it says. I don’t need to have a conference with the White House. I have the legislation in front of me here.”

The Michigan Democrat succeeded last month in getting 64 House Democrats to join him in attaching his pro-life amendment to the House version of the health-care bill. The “Stupak amendment,” as the provision is known, would prohibit the federal government from allocating taxpayer money to pay for any part of any health insurance plan that covers abortion except in cases of rape, incest, or when the life of the mother is in danger.

Stupak had contact with the White House last weekend, when the Senate voted 60 to 40 in the wee hours of Monday morning to shut off debate on the Senate version of the bill.

The current version of the Senate bill contains so-called “compromise” language crafted by Sen. Ben Nelson (D-Neb.). This language does not bar taxpayer funding of health plans that cover abortion, but does create a firewall to supposedly keep federal money from being used to pay for abortions. Over the weekend, Stupak issued a statement calling the proposed Senate language “unacceptable.”

“A review of the Senate language indicates a dramatic shift in federal policy that would allow the federal government to subsidize insurance policies with abortion coverage,” said the statement.

In his interview with CNSNews.com on Tuesday, Stupak said that the White House “asked me just to hold off for awhile and not to say anything about this language. But as soon as the news broke that they had this [compromise], and they got the 60 votes, folks were asking me, and I’m not going to run from the issue I’m going to stand up and say, ‘Look, here’s my objections.’ Here – it’s not just my objections – but there’s a number of my [colleagues] who feel strongly about this issue, and these are the parts that have to be fixed.”

Stupak said he is not alone in being pressured from the White House and the House Democratic leadership – other pro-life Democratic colleagues apparently are, as well. But they plan to hold firm, he said.

“We’re getting a lot of pressure not to say anything, to try to compromise this principle or belief,” Stupak said. “[T]hat’s just not us. We’re not going to do that. Members who voted for the Stupak language in the House – especially the Democrats, 64 Democrats that voted for it – feel very strongly about it. It’s been part of who we are, part of our make up. It’s the principle belief that we have. We are not just going to abandon it in the name of health care.”

When asked if he has the votes he needs to stop the bill if, in its final version, it does not include the language of his amendment or nearly identical language, Stupak did not answer directly.

“Well, if all the issues are resolved and we’re down to the pro-life view or, I should say, no public funding for abortion, there’s at least 10 to 12 members who have said, repeatedly, unless this language is fixed and current law is maintained, and no public funding for abortion,” said Stupak. “There’s 10 or 12 of us, and they only passed the bill by 3 votes, so they’re going to be short 8 to 9, maybe 6 to 8 votes. So they [Democrats] do not have the votes to pass it in the House.”

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said he wants a vote on a final bill before Christmas. After that, a House-Senate conference could convene in early January to merge the Senate and House versions of the bill and lead to a final vote by both chambers.

A transcript of CNSNews.com’s interview with Rep. Bart Stupak (D-Mich.) follows below:

CNSNews.com: “Now, I understand that you were in contact with the White House or the White [House] was in contact with you, I guess over the weekend. What kinds of pressure are you under, let me ask you that?”

Rep. Bart Stupak (D-Mich.): “Well, from the House leadership or the White House – a lot of pressure. They think I shouldn’t be expressing my views on this bill until they get a chance to try to sell me the language. Well, I don’t need anyone to sell me the language. I can read it. I’ve seen it. I’ve worked with it. I know what it says. I don’t need to have a conference with the White House. I have the legislation in front of me here.”

Rep. Stupak: “They asked me just to hold off for a while and not to say anything about this language. But as soon as the news broke that they had this [compromise], and they got the 60 votes, folks were asking me, and I’m not going to run from the issue I’m going to stand up and say, ‘Look, here’s my objections.’ Here – it’s not just my objections – but there’s a number of my [colleagues] who feel strongly about this issue, and these are the parts that have to be fixed. There are three ways in which the bill dramatically deviates from current law.”

Rep. Stupak: “So we’re getting a lot of pressure not to say anything, to try to compromise this principle or belief, and we’re just not – that’s just not us, I mean, we’re not going to do that. Members who voted for the Stupak language in the House – especially the Democrats, 64 Democrats that voted for it – feel very strongly about it. It’s been part of who we are, part of our make up. It’s the principle belief that we have. We are not just going to abandon it in the name of health care.”

CNSNews.com: “So, to go back and ask you again, do you have the votes needed to stop the bill, if it comes to that?”

Rep. Stupak: “Well, if all the issues are resolved and we’re down to the pro-life view or, I should say, no public funding for abortion, there’s at least 10 to 12 members who have said repeatedly, unless this language is fixed and current law is maintained and no public funding for abortion, they’re not gonna’ vote for the bill. There’s 10 or 12 of us — they only passed the bill by 3 votes, so they’re going to be short 8 to 9, maybe 6 to 8 votes. So they do not have the votes to pass it in the House.”

Click here to listen to interview

Also Read: What’s the BIG DEAL? Health Care back door payoffs !

And Read: Obama sued for secret meetings on Health Care Legislation

Ronald Reagan Speaks Out Against Socialized Medicine and Health Care

Posted in compulsory birth control, Conservative, Euthanasia, Health Care, Hillary clinton, Obama, Socialism with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 18, 2009 by saynsumthn

“it is very easy to disguise a medical program as a humanitarian project”