MSNBC Host: True Christians Do Not Oppose 'Obamacare'
A true Christian would not oppose the Affordable Care Act, or "Obamacare," MSNBC host Ed Schultz claimed on "The Ed Show" Saturday. Only a "phony Christian" would seek to repeal the law, he argued, because Jesus would want the government regulated health care program.
"They're phony Christians, phony Christians when they say that they are Christian, but then they want to take away from their next door neighbor. They don't want to be their brother's keeper," Schultz declared.
As a Christian, Schultz continued, he felt obligated to point out the "hypocrisy" of "right wing Christians" who believe that the country would be better off without the ACA....
Yes, Mike of N.Y., I'll try to not to bow to the golden calf of the Republicans! [URL=http://billmoyers.com/episode/full-show-plutocracy-rising/]]]Full Show: Plutocracy Rising[/URL]
Ah, penelope, perhaps you downloaded the S.A.S. manual that will run on Android devices? After reading some of the information about the deadly plants out there, I'm never going to eat anything that isn't in fast food place or grocery store again!
You can download the [URL=https://www.fas.org/irp/doddir/army/fm3-05-70.pdf]]]Survival FM 3-05.70[/URL] I'd rather have the printed one from the U. S. Government.
It will tell you that it is "It Is a Jungle Out There! to quote the title to the Monk t.v. show series.
Christians blindly take on darwins science, thinking its best, when its so mechanical and chemically based that it does not recognize biological components to life, let alone the spiritual.
instead of healing, respecting natural design, they try to mechanically abort natural processes of the body and take them over. it is a system that embraces abortion, and that should be enough to get our attention.
survival of the fittest, yes, this is their basis of medicine... rather, an excuse as Ray Comfort points out so eloquently in his movie to "do what they will."
one simple example is the takeover of society of chemical industry during industrial revolution, which is still with us today.
they learned to destroy the bacteria in their foods for canning.
here we are hundred and some years later, and the nation is full of people that have digestion issues, losing the flora in their gut....even the pharmas are running their weaker versions of probiotics on tv.
it cannot be mistaken now. we digest food because of flora in the gut, and they say 70 or 80% of immune system is the gut. when destroyed, what are you going to get? superbugs.
and what is the answer to this. access to local farms, mothers making yogurt, other similar foods for family not chemicals!
Jim Lincoln wrote: ah, penelope, apparently you never watched the PBS/BBC program "Call the Midwife," All Western European countries have Universal Health Care, and it was (and I have to admit that's past tense) a Godsend to the poor mothers-to-be in England. People do seem to forget [URL=http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/07/27/conservative-origins- but prefer the new Republican plan, "The Republican health care plan is this: 'Don't get sick, and if you do get sick, die quickly.'" Congresssman Alan Grayson, Florida 8th District. True Christians certainly don't want abortions forced onto organizations, so there are some tweaks we would like to see, but the fellow in the article got a lot of it right.
except for accidents and such, food is our true healthcare.
the reason America is worst in health statistics and largest market in the world by far for synthetics is directly related to how we live our lives. (besides the constant commercial rattle that this is what is going to save you!) - my we've been taught to be helpless!
if we want the next generation to be healthy, we have to quit putting heavy metals in them.
reminds me of the Roman empire and their lead pipes, the French aristocracy and their face paints....
just something to think about.
can't tell how many times I've known someone with symptoms that baffled the docs, and just encouraged some simple things, like minerals and seen their health improve.
we treat the system like its our savior, the commercials now even give a god like quality (the unhappy people get this service and now life is free and happy again). this will surely let us down.
we harvest and synthesize a product made from nature, when often we find that the original product (that is the seeds of the earth) were used for centuries, but without liver or stomach damage... and so today, people find their way back to the things our great great grandparents already knew!
ah, penelope, apparently you never watched the PBS/BBC program "Call the Midwife," All Western European countries have Universal Health Care, and it was (and I have to admit that's past tense) a Godsend to the poor mothers-to-be in England.
People do seem to forget [URL=http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/07/27/conservative-origins-of-obamacare/]]]Conservative Origins of Obamacare[/URL] but prefer the new Republican plan, "The Republican health care plan is this: 'Don't get sick, and if you do get sick, die quickly.'" Congresssman Alan Grayson, Florida 8th District.
True Christians certainly don't want abortions forced onto organizations, so there are some tweaks we would like to see, but the fellow in the article got a lot of it right.
.....because forcing everyone to buy a product based on a bill pushed by pharma and insurance companies is so "antibusiness"? its monopoly! we can't have people paying a doctor with no go between who knows how to heal. those liver destroying meds are the solution to a generation on gmos? after hundreds of millions in research, people go to Europe and get rid of cancer with something that costs a dollar at the supermarket --- but we use radiation (which, by the way causes cancer)???? those cut out of the system always wishing they had it --be careful what you wish for!
the government has to do this because of people like you who could care less about my congenital disabilities, wouldn't help me when I went to church, wouldn't even listen to me, wouldn't even ask me why I cry so hard at services, I openly wept, I am still in that much physical pain and no medical ...
Ed Schultz wouldn't know anything about being Christian because he himself isn't one. I think its funny he talks about people against obamacare steel from their neighbor when that's exactly what Obama care will do. Somebody has to pay for it! The neighbor with a job is gonna pay for the lazy bum neighbor who relies on the government, to have healthcare.