The House GOP have finally succeeded in having their wishes come true. They passed a bill — nullifying access to adequate healthcare to 24 million people — and they sang a song and danced to the music of their own hypocrisy.
The rich will be richer and the poor — will soon be no more — they have to die because of the tax cuts given to the rich or live with debilitating illnesses and suffer long. That’s what the “religious right” House thinks — that when the bible discusses how “longsuffering God is towards us,” they thought it meant the poor should suffer long — which is what their version of a healthcare bill will do.
Let’s face it— most of us — with functioning brain cells have known for a long time that those touting to be “pro-life” lie. They claim they care about a fetus, but don’t care about the mother carrying the fetus. They claim they care about a fetus, but cut funding that helps poor children and their mothers. They claim they care about a fetus, but are willing to allow millions of people to die because of pre-existing conditions insurance companies don’t want to cover. Notice what “they claim” and then pay attention to what they have actually done. Not too long ago, an ardent supporter of 45 said (in defense of his incoherent, unintelligent manner of talking to anyone), “Don’t listen to what he says, watch what he does.” Okay, I’ve listened to the insanity and watched the stupid — now what?
At every turn, GOP are allowing their hatred of President Obama to drive them to doing stupid. In addition to rolling back all of the consumer protections put in place through the EPA, now they want to roll back the Frank-Dodd act and lead us back into a recession since that was the purpose of the Frank-Dodd. Banks will become predators once more and tRump and sons will clean up with a failing housing market because he enjoyed raking in the money the first time around. (CNN)Two years before the housing market collapsed in 2008 and millions of Americans lost their homes, Donald Trump said he was hoping for a crash.
“I sort of hope that happens because then people like me would go in and buy,” Trump said in a 2006 audiobook from Trump University, answering a question about “gloomy predictions that the real estate market is heading for a spectacular crash.” “If there is a bubble burst, as they call it, you know you can make a lot of money,” Trump said in the 2006 audio book, “How to Build a Fortune.” “If you’re in a good cash position — which I’m in a good cash position today — then people like me would go in and buy like crazy.”
Need I say more? Perhaps, I do.
Look at what the “religious right” have managed to do — kill off 24 million Americans and they claim to be “pro-life!”
To be fair — not all of the GOP House betrayed their constituents in order to “give the #WHidiot a sense of a win,” and they will reap what they have sown.
But let’s look at some of the facts:
- They claim to be pro-life (in the womb) but once a person puts in an appearance, they set them up for premeditated murder.
- In voting to pass a bill that could ultimately keep the most vulnerable from receiving adequate medical, but cutting taxes that benefit only the rich, the GOP House showed its true colors.
- They are the American-bred Terrorists
- Most of them never read the entire bill
- There was session in committee before presenting for vote.
- They ignored most of their constituents who told them (at least that dared to face their constituents) they needed their healthcare
- Hate — against the Black President — drives again — the need for the White-lash against their own people.
- The biggest losers could be (if the Senate is not more responsible) those living in red states (not the ones who flipped).
The consequences are going to be phenomenal when Republicans across the country are going to lose any re-election efforts they push. The outrage is real, people’s lives are real, and they will not forget who jeopardized their health.
So when people say they are “pro-life” ask them if all lives matter; especially those who are impacted by the idiocy that exists in DC and remind them how the GOP voted against providing healthcare for the vulnerable.
It’s time to go BLUE all across the country because really, they are the only political party that cares for all people.
This is the letter I’m posting (if character count allows — which is why I’m posting here) to all GOP who voted in favor of the healthcare bill that should be called — the death passage.
May 5, 2017
Attn: Paul Ryan
After the disgusting display of arrogance and abrogation we witnessed in your voting to pass a bill that puts 24 million at risk, you don’t deserve the sentiment and respect of using a title to address you.
While you may think you’ve won something, ultimately, this vote will cost you your collective careers in 2018. You may have more money to spend than Democrats, but you don’t have the heart of those you’ve planned to kill. People with heart — are determined — to fight for their lives and money isn’t even an issue.
The real issue here is that you have proven that the GOP claim of being “prolife” is a lie and the GOP are liars. Your religiosity is demonstrating your hypocrisy. You claim on one hand to care more for a fetus than the mother carrying it, but then you subject 24 million people to the possibility of shortening their lives without adequate healthcare. That is a hypocrisy that the world sees and you cannot hide.
We, the Everyday Americans, and everyone else see you for you who are — Public Enemy #1 (especially Donald Trump). We have no need to fear fighting ISIS for our tax dollars are funding home-bred terrorism on Capitol Hill.
Now that we know you don’t care about Americans and their right to live — we’ll not care about your rights to have healthcare either when we send you all packing on November 6, 2018. We will remember and there’s nothing you can do to stop the tsunami that will send Blue Waves across the country.
Watch for us — We’re coming at you and everything you thought you had!
Mary M. Hall-Rayford
Change is coming and there’s nothing anyone can do to keep us from “firing republicans” who have no heart or compassion for those who are less fortunate than they are.
After the woman continued to challenge Clinton, the former first lady responded, “Well, why don’t you go run for something, then?” (The Hill 3/1/16)
I’m tired of complaining and I intend to “run for something” and it will be my journey to the White House. While I’m preparing for that run, let’s get the vote out in the midterms — November 6, 2018 turn this country BLUE!