Conservative “Blue Dog” Democrats Poised To Kill ObamaCare
Conservative Democrats are having a hard time swallowing the cost of Obama’s “top priority” – Socializing the United States Health Care system.
Long time “Blue Dog” Democrat Max Baucus of Montana is openly complaining that Obama’s method of paying for Socialized Medicine in the United States “is not helping (Democrats) us.”
Another Democrat, Dan Boren of Oklahoma is reportedly telling his local paper that Obama is too liberal and has become “very unpopular” in his district. As a result, “Blue Dog” Democrats have become the lynch pin of passing ObamaCare in the Senate, and its passage looks less and less certain with each passing day.
How unpopular is Obama becoming? A recent CBS News survey shows that his approval rating has dropped 10 percentage points among Democrats. His ratings amongst “Indepdendent” and “Moderate” voters have fallen even further, reaching a –10 disapproval rating in the past three weeks.
In Ohio, a state Obama won by 4 percentage points in 2008, his approval rating has fallen to 49% from a post election high of over 85%.
In Missouri where Obama lost to McCain, Democrat faithful have become openly negative on Obama. Democrat Robin Carnahan is up for re-election in 2010, and Missouri’s Senate Race is viewed as a key test of Obama’s appeal.
Editors Note: Slowly but surely, the American People are waking up to the nightmare that occupies the White House.
Ronald Reagan Speaks Out Against Socialized Medicine
As timely today as it was back then. Listen to the words of the Greatest President in our lifetime speak out against the dangers of Socialism and Socialized Medicine.
Oregon Health Plan Covers Assisted Suicide, Not Drugs for Cancer Patient
Prelude to Obama Health Care Plan “Palliative Care”
Eugene, Ore., Jun 6, 2008 / 01:09 am (CNA).- An Oregon woman suffering from lung cancer was notified by the state-run Oregon Health Plan that their policy would not cover her life-extending cancer drug, telling her the health plan would cover doctor-assisted suicide instead.
Barbara Wagener discovered her lung cancer had recurred last month, the Register-Guard said. Her oncologist prescribed a drug called Tarceva, which could slow the cancer growth and extend her life.
The Oregon Health Plan notified Wagner that it would not cover the drug, but it would cover palliative care, which it said included assisted suicide.