The Liberty Movement is generating so many heroes pitting themselves against Leviathan. Here is Dr. Mercola with a network of non-profits joining with consumers for health freedom: please support them for your health and freedom http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/10/0...
Some days ago I posted a link showing how FDA increases prices of medications by regulation, while providing no additional benefit. (here it is for reference again if you haven't seen it already - they attempted to increase the price by 150 times : http://articles.latimes.com/2011/mar/09/news/la-heb-prematur...)
They are at it again, this time in cooperation with EPA. They are banning OTC asthma inhalers that used to cost around $20 to now buy other type which costs around $60 and will also require doctor visit (so yeah, another co-pay plus insurance for the visit):
If you agree with pre-emptive war, socialized health care, and forced vaccinations...then you can vote for Mitt Perry.
Don't forget that Mitt Perry stands for a National ID. So the Gov. can track our every move... alright!
**Also you will be giving your hard earned tax dollars to help pay for illegal aliens to go to college!
But if you are an American Citizen...sorry you have to pay :(
:::::::::::::::MITT PERRY 2012::::::::::::
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Pharma-backed legislation to allow secret vaccinations of children without parental consent about to become law in CaliforniaSubmitted by Lars on Tue, 09/20/2011 - 02:41
September 18, 2011
Let's be fair to U.S. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas. Contrary to a widespread impression, the libertarian-minded Paul did not say during a recent Republican presidential debate that people without health insurance should be left to die. It is only his idea of "freedom" that might cause you to think so.
I was just thinking that a better answer to the to the 30-year old without health insurance question would be something like:
"I can't tell this person to get a healthcare plan and I have no right to force a plan on him at his expense. I know if this person was to collapse at my hospital or asks me for help; I would call on all free-market supports to setup a donation site and ask that everyone donate 10 or 20 dollars to help pay for his medical bills. As you know the revolution I am apart of is a revolution of love and I am sure we can meet a challange such as this and raise above it"
"In the Republican presidential candidates debate Monday night in Tampa, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer posed a hypothetical question. Normally, a hypothetical question should not be answered, but in this case it revealed something about the questioner and sparked a controversial, but necessary answer from Rep. Ron Paul."
WASHINGTON -- The ranks of the nation's poor have swelled to a record 46.2 million -- nearly 1 in 6 Americans -- as the prolonged pain of the recession leaves millions still struggling and out of work. And the number of people without health insurance has reached 49.9 million, the most in more than two decades.
This is the most meaningful article I ever read regarding feasible solutions to our ever increasing health care costs. I hope Dr. Paul could use a few snipets from it to direct the discussion regarding health care...
I received the clip from the Tea Party debate on 9/12/11 where two fools cheer at the notion of a man dying on the street with no health insurance -- embarrassing indeed. On the other hand are we willing to risk death to have liberty or not? Taking personal responsibility or insisting that the government take care of us from cradle to grave (which of course will eventually mean either keeping us alive forever or having a death panel)... KEEP UP THE GOOD FIGHT, PEOPLE! "Give me liberty or give me death" is the state motto of Gov. Romney's state of New Hampshire adopted as late as 1945.
This is such a wonderful story: