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Blood Soaked Chimp, and the S-Chip Program

September 23, 2007

While here it is Sunday morning, and the world remains the same. The Blood Soaked Chimp in the White House is going to knock thousands of children off of the S-Chip program, making sure that their parents can’t afford to protect them when they are sick. Of course they have another alternative; they can stop feeding them.

In his radio address yesterday, The Blood Soaked Chimp said he will veto the S-Chip bill that is going to be sent to him. The reason he gave is that it is irresponsible, and would raise taxes. Would someone clue him in, if he would stop the spending in the Middle East, we could cover these children at no extra cost to the tax payer. Below is a snippet of the transcript.

WhiteHouse.gov

The proposal congressional leaders are pushing would raise taxes on working Americans and would raise spending by $35 to $50 billion. Their proposal would result in taking a program meant to help poor children and turning it into one that covers children in some households with incomes of up to $83,000 a year. And their proposal would move millions of children who now have private health insurance into government-run health care. Our goal should be to move children who have no health insurance to private coverage — not to move children who already have private health insurance to government coverage.

Later in the (P)Residential address, Bush shows what a hypocrite he is. Well maybe hypocrite is the wrong terminology, Warmonger is the word I was looking for. By calling for congress to pass a Defense Funding Bill.

In addition to extending the SCHIP program, Congress needs to focus on passing fundamental spending bills — especially the annual funding bill for the Department of Defense. Congress must also pass additional funding for our troops fighting the war on terror. We need these bills so we can get our men and women in uniform essential equipment — like additional armored fighting vehicles that are resistant to mines and ambushes.

Quick Note: In the last sentence of that paragraph, he forgets to mention that we had the best armored vehicles, and body-armor for the troops, but it was given to the Iraqis.

It is becoming blatantly obvious, PNAC and the administration are searching for away to justify an attack on Iran. The Neo-Con Radio and Television mouthpieces for the administration are implanting the suggestion in the minds of their listeners. Then you have the Chairman of PNAC William Kristol, giving speeches on college campuses, and touring the Talk shows, pushing that same message.

The public must come to know that to the Neo-Cons that there is no greater importance than world domination and the more money that is given to help the American People, the less money there will be to funnel to their cause.

So with that in mind have a good Sunday.

ABA

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  1. September 24, 2007 3:37 pm

    Good article ABA. But don’t forget what taxes they are talking about raising; it’s the cigarrette tax from .61 per pack to 1.00 per pack.

    So though he is “saying” he is trying to keep the taxpayers from paying more, in reality he is trying to save the tobacco industry money. They feel that increase will cost them in revenues because many will quit smoking.
    Also, “And their proposal would move millions of children who now have private health insurance into government-run health care.” thus costing the insurance companies serious revenue. Again, putting corporate profit over the welfare of the people of this country.
    In my opinion (written in Prescription for a Free Iraq) this “profit before people” is Treason and should be written into the law.
    Nice article.

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