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Christianity Thomas on 13 Aug 2009 12:59 am

Religion and health care

Frightening stuff:

Religious right watch: Health care reform is against God’s design

The religious right is ramping up its campaign against health care reform, even joining with the “tea party” movement to encourage conservative Christians to swamp town hall meetings. Minnesota’s religious right leaders say that the health care reform package is against God’s plan for health care and that Christians should go to community forums and “read them the riot act.”

Far-right religious group behind outrageous health care lies

So where did Palin get that bad information? It appears she pulled it from a set of talking points that has been making its way around the internet in recent weeks — talking points assembled by the Liberty Counsel, a far-right religious group that’s part of Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University empire based in Lynchburg, Va.

3 Responses to “Religion and health care”

  1. on 13 Aug 2009 at 9:27 pm 1.Xenon said …

    lOl the Daily Kos? Yeah, the right wing is behind the healthcare demonstrations, Kennedy assassination and Roswell. What buffoons!

    Visit John Lewis website at Duke University, a liberal, and check out his analysis of the Healthcare. All the “misinformation” is from Obama.

    Jefferson encouraged dissent. Good enough for me! Obama faithful only want shut everyone else up.

  2. on 14 Aug 2009 at 4:26 am 2.robbie said …

    Dear WWGHA, love the site, the views, the unmitigated proof you offer regards the stupidity of religoius belief. I’m in Australia, we’ve had a universal Federal Government run health care system since 1986. We pay a 1.5% tax surcharge. This is paid by every taxpayer. High income earners (over A$200,000 pa) pay 2%. While not perfect, our system provides a professional level of care. you can, if you choose to do so, take out private health insurance and be treated in the ‘private’ system. Many choose to do so as service maybe faster. On the wjole though, it works well, we enjoy the worlds second longest behind Japan)life expectancy. The American problem is one that is the result of not biting the bullet earlier, addressing the problem. Give Obama a chance. Seems to me (way over here) that there is a crisis in american health care.
    Thank you, keep up the good work

  3. on 14 Aug 2009 at 8:47 am 3.swbts student said …

    you think think that Christians are stupid. wow. that is in fact a stupid statement to say. lets look at some facts. there has never been a atheist to win the nobel prize. and 29 of the men who signed the declaration of independence were seminary grads. there is so much incorrect with what your saying idk where to start. o and fyi there is science in the bible you would know that if you checked into that. and if i had the time i could prove all your “facts” about the bible wrong. o and wat i believe about religion is it separates and destroys, it not about finding a religion to suite you its about having a relationship with God.

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