Time with Bob Boudelang
July 6, 2001
by Bob Boudelang
In the interests of fairness and impartiality, we've decided
that it's about time the conservatives had a voice on this
website. So here he is - Bob Boudelang, American Patriot,
with this week's rebuttal:
Will All Be Sorry When Lawyers Take Over Health Care, Mark
Now we see the ugly aftermath of that traitor Jeffers stabbing
the people of America in the back by not being a Republican,
and I mean the Patient's Bill of Rights. Thanks to him, trial
lawyers will get rich, and for what? For suing HMO's, that's
what. It's not like Jeffers was a real Republican anyway.
He was a moderate, and we all know that's only an ugly word
for "LIEberal." It would be good riddance if we were rid of
him, but not like this. He has given the Senate to that extremist
radical Tom Dasshle instead of Trent Lott.
It is unfair and illegal for the Democrats to take over like
this, and I am surprised we cannot get the Supreme Court to
do something. After all, the Republicans still have as many
Senators as the Democrats do, if you count Vice President
Cheney. Speaking of Dick Cheney, I would like to take this
opportunity to say "Thank God" that he did not die from this
latest heart attack which was not serious, before the entire
country goes atheist under the Democrat tyranny like we would
have had if Al Bore had won. Thank God the Gorebot only got
more votes while George W. got the Electrical College thanks
to the Supreme Court, which Jeb had nothing to do with.
Not Katherine Harris either. I wish you would stop saying
that! Didn't you see the map with red and blue states, Sore
Loserman? And now thanks to Jeffers' treachery, the nightmare
of patient's rights and suing HMOs is alive again, just as
if Gore had won. It is enough to make you or me sick, but
not Dick Cheney, who has bounced back from every heart attack
better than ever! Now he has a Pacemaker Plus to keep his
heart from stopping, but it is just a precaution.
I know George W. must be relieved because now Cheney can
resume his duties, and George can work on the important business
of the people, like vetoing the Patient's Bill of Rights and
showing the world that he doesn't care about those "polls"
that say people don't agree with him and he is out of touch.
Where do they get those polls, anyway? I bet they just make
those numbers up with leftist bias. I never got called for
any poll when I had a phone, and I don't know anyone else
who did either.
It is horrible that hard-working insurance companies should
have to work under the risk of being hauled into court every
time some "patient" decides he has been denied treatment unfairly.
Do you want lawyers to determine what treatments you can't
get, or HMOs? This Patients Bill of Rights does nothing for
us Americans who do not have HMOs, and Democrats know it too.
They would rather keep us uncovered than do anything to help
us like faith-based initiatives. You hear about people getting
faith-healed all the time at tent meetings and revivals, throwing
away crutches and the like, but the atheistic Democrats do
not want these preachers to have government money.
They would rather give the money to Head Start and public
schools, which is the same as throwing it away! If it were
up to the Democrats, poor people would have the nightmare
of Hillarycare paying for doctor's visits. It makes me shudder
just to think about it. It says in the Bible, "I may disagree
with your right to say it, but you'll defend to death whatever
it is." Well, excuse me for saying it, but I disagree. Some
things should not be said, and socialized medicine is one
Our forefathers did not give their lives in vain so that
all Americans could go to doctors. If you do not like it,
you should move to some communist country like Canada, not
try to change the greatest country on earth. I mean it. If
Hillarycare was enforced, would Dick Cheney have got a Pacemaker
Plus? No. He would probably have had to settle for a plain
Pacemaker like everyone else, although he would still be perfectly
all right and not have to be replaced. This Patient's Bill
of Rights is to benefit trial lawyers and not HMO's or the
people who serve them. Prices will rise to cover the cost
of HMOs being sued instead of for normal reasons.
And what about small businessmen who do not give their employees
health insurance now? If this is passed they never will. You
mark my words, if this is passed, next we will have lower
prescription prices for senior citizens like Al Gore's Mom
and her dog. Is that the country we want to live in, I ask
you? Or do we want to live in the country where Dick Cheney
can have a Pacemaker Plus although he does not need it because
he earned it? I hope that Congress hurries up and passes this
just so Bush can veto it.
That will show everyone he is not a tool of special interests
such as sick old people and lawyers. Stop trying to turn this
country into a nation of socialist atheists like Europe! Respect
our great President and Dick Cheney too when they veto the
Patient's Bill of Rights. Your lies do not hide the fact that
he is able to do his job, no matter how many heart attacks
Boudelang is a healthy American patriot who stands on his
own two feet and doesn't go whining to the government every
time he loses a job like the Produce Department.
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