End It, Don't Mend It

3 Reasons why Obamacare makes America sick


Progs Do H8 Religious Liberty

But folks at 100 rallies disagree, refuse to shut up
Republican Rep. Joe Walsh told supporters that they have to be prepared to go to prison in order to protect the freedoms and liberties they now enjoy.

Walsh’s five-minute speech, delivered at a rally for religious liberty at Federal Plaza in Chicago, evoked a Braveheart-like response as the crowd chanted, “Freedom! Freedom! Freedom!” upon its completion.

“We have to be prepared to go to jail. Are we prepared?” Walsh asked rhetorically.

The crowd responded with a boisterous, “Yes!”

The ever-provocative Walsh raised the stakes again with his next comment: “If you’re not prepared to go to jail to stand up for your freedoms, you don’t understand what this election is about.”

Walsh referred back to being willing to go to jail throughout the speech, which was ostensibly about religious freedom. Walsh spoke in front of a crowd of nearly 1,000 people who braved a steady rain in the Windy City to attend the rally.

“We knew then, and we know now, that Obamacare would devastate businesses in this country. We knew then, and we know, that it will get rid of physicians as we know them — health insurance as we know it,” Walsh continued. “We knew then, and we know now, that Obamacare will bankrupt this country.”

After the speech, when asked to explain in more detail what he meant by his jail reference, Walsh told The Daily Caller that he didn’t believe the government has the power to force him — or any American — into buying anything, including health insurance. Continuing, he said that the government doesn’t have the power to make him pay a fine if he doesn’t comply. He concluded that if Obamacare plays out a certain way, he’s prepared to go to jail before he complies.

The rally in Chicago was one of more than 100 held at noon, local time, all around the country on Friday. They were held on the two-year anniversary of the passage of Obamacare to protest the Health and Human Services mandate that will force all religiously-affiliated institutions to provide health insurance coverage to their employees that includes free contraception and abortion procedures. Much like April 15, 2009, was a launching pad for the Tea Party movement, organizers are hoping this event will launch the religious liberty movement as an electoral force.
(full story at dailycaller.com)

The United Progressive States of America

Legacy leftstream media wears out the old terms
(in-ep-toc’-ra-cy) — a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.
(from moonbattery.com)

Jack Ruby, The Baltics, Aleksander Kozulin

On this day: March 25
The March deportation is conducted in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania to force collectivization by way of terror; more than 92,000 people from Baltics removed to remote areas of the Soviet Union (1949)

Protesters demanding a re-election in Belarus following the rigged Belarusian presidential election clash with riot police; opposition leader Aleksander Kozulin is among several protesters arrested (2006)

President Barack Obama travels to the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa to defend his newly-signed Obamacare law (2010)

b: Jack Ruby (1911), Melita Norwood (1912); d: King Faisal (1975)

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