Sunday, March 28, 2010

Health Care Bill - The Sickle Cell Clause Is Harmful to America's Health

Sickle cell is a dangerous disease that stops the flow of blood. It is a health crisis for the patient who is inflicted with sickle cell.

Just as sickle cell is constricting, the health care bill has a clause which will inflict such a crisis on Americans, thus cutting off the lifeblood of our nation. In fact, it is so constricting that one could argue that it morphs into the communist symbol of the hammer and sickle.

This is not a far fetched analysis, when one considers section 5210, titled "Establishing a Ready Reserve Corps," the force must be ready for "involuntary calls to active duty during national emergencies and public health crises."

The reserve consists of 6000 officers appointed by the president at a cost of $5,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2010 through 2014 for recruitment and training and $12,500,000 for each of fiscal years 2010 through 2014. That is $17,500,00 per year. That is a lot money for a near insolvent nation.

The section establishing a ready reserve corp may look innocent on the surface, but it isn't. You can see it here.

This section, when combined with the executive order 12766 and the GIVE Act, is very unsettling, as it creates the civilian national security force that Obama spoke about in his campaign.

Here is the clip of that campaign promise, which the media of course ignored and was negligent in their reporting of Obama.

Here are two videos for training and recruitment, of the brainwashed civilian security force and and how citizens will be asked to pledge their loyalty to Obama. It sounds like something Hitler would have done.

The GIVE Act, also intended to look innocent but isn't, creates another way to recruit and brainwash our youth, with mandatory paid volunteers. "Paid" volunteers? What is that? Isn't "mandatory" against the enslavement clause in the constitution?
You can read the bill here.

While an executive order is not legislation, executive order 12766 is disturbing to say the least. It establishes a 10 governor panel, appointed by the president and accountable to no one.
"When appointed, the Council will be reviewing such matters as involving the National Guard of the various States; homeland defence; civil support; synchronization and integration of State and Federal military activities in the United States; and other matters of mutual interest pertaining to National Guard, homeland defence, and civil support activities."

One of these items alone is very disturbing. But when you consider them all in conjunction with each other, it will probably leave you unable to sleep soundly again, as well as give you nightmares.

What does a ready reserve corp have to do with health care? Why do we need the GIVE Act mandating paid volunteers? Furthermore, the US already has our armed forces along with the national guard, in addition to police, fire fighters, EMS, and even FEMA. Why do we need a civilian army? Even more disturbing, why do we need a civilian security force and governors as security guards, all solely appointed by the president and accountable to no one? And why do they have to be available and ready involuntarily for national emergencies? Who will decide what is a national emergency?

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