Monday, February 8, 2010

Barack Obama: It's all about him, not about us

 Barack Obama continues to display his incessant narcissim and desire for control, even in the face of the tragic circumstances that this country and many of its citizens find themselves in, as a result of his actions and those of other politicians.

In the video clip below, Barack Obama tells the tale of a lady who wanted to be buried in an Obama t-Shirt. The crowd laughs, but Obama is dead serious.  This story is about him, not about the poor woman who was without health care.

My family has been without health care (and we desperately need coverage) for some time now, but there is no way I would ever wear an Obama t-shirt! Barack Obama is the hero of the culture of death -- he and his phony "health care" plan supports abortion, euthanasia, and he wants to bankrupt this country with it . It is not health care -- it's death care! Health care is all about him, not about the people who need it. He is obsessed with obtaining power and control over everything -- even over the lives of the people in this country.

Obama Plans Televised Health Care Summit to Persuade Republicans to Back Bill

cross-posted from A Catholic View couldn't be more clear that Americans do NOT want government-run healthcare, but Barry keeps pushing it.
Personally, I don't think Republicans have anything to gain by participating in this charade.

President Barack Obama is planning a televised health care summit later this month in an effort to salvage the pro-abortion government-run health care bill. The plan is an effort to revive his sagging polling numbers and that of the legislation that has seen just one Republican support it in Congress.

White House officials say the February 25 meeting is not an attempt to start over on the health care bill but is ostensibly a lobbying and public relations effort.

“I want to come back [after the Presidents Day congressional recess] and have a large meeting — Republicans and Democrats — to go through, systematically, all the best ideas that are out there and move it forward,” Obama told CBS anchor Katie Couric in a Sunday interview.

Obama claimed he wants to "look at the Republican ideas that are out there.”

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