Friday, November 20, 2009

Targeting Does And Targeting Buck$$

First off, however, Why I am Off Work, at home this afternoon.
Two words: Deer Season tomorrow.

NOW:

Dimwitocrats in the US Senate are expected to approve Harry Reid's Universal healthcare bill tomorrow night, Saturday. The vote on the bill is scheduled to take place at 8:00 pm, EST.
Dimwitocrats in the US Senate are expected to approve Harry Ried's Universal healthcare bill,
staying in lockstep with the Statists' powergrab, instead of using their brains or instead of
listening to their constituents at home.

The initial horrors exposed in the wording of this bill are nothing less than chilling; bordering upon 'deadly'.
The proposed wording of this unnecessary bill include cutbacks in female cancer testing.


Sorry, but we need to get technically intimate here, to prevent this abomination.

The proposed legislation suggests that young women only get PAP smear tests EVERY OTHER YEAR.
PAP smears are an acknowledged, approved method of determining early cervical cancer--
--The second most common cancer diagnosis among child-bearing women.

-among child-bearing gals- ladies like your daughters or granddaughters, maybe your wife; your neighbors' wife or their girl; your nieces, your best friends' daughters.

You may ask: "What's the Number 1, Most Common Cancer found in young women in the United States?"

Breast cancer.

But Harry Reid and his Dimwitocrats have intentions for that too, in their Senate Bill:

The new mammography guidelines established by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force call for women, ages 50 and older, to have mammograms once every two years, as opposed to previous guidelines that recommend women 40 and older get annual mammograms.

The new recommendations could have serious implications for African American women since studies have shown that African American women develop breast cancer at an earlier age, are often diagnosed at a later stage of the disease, and develop more aggressive types of breast cancer.
The USPSTF recommendations could result in even higher death rates for this disease and further exacerbate the challenges for the uninsured and the under insured.”
Dimwitocrats must hate women, like my wife Leticia and like Sarah Palin, and your wife and daughters, to propose such restrictions on such important medical tests like these, eh???

The Dimwitocrats are already long, on record of hating the unborn, and endorsing the murder of them. Now in the Reid healthcare bill, every one of us will be partially funding Federally supported abortions.
Through our tax increases brought on by this most horrible piece of (****) legislation.

Dimwitocrats' War on Cancer Prevention Bill goes even further, fellas--


  • Favors ending screenings for all forms of cancer if and when an older patient is more likely to die of another condition than of cancer;

  • Supports reductions in annual screening for prostate cancer:

  • Suggests there is insufficient evidence available to support guidelines calling for regular skin cancer screening;

  • Finds insufficient evidence to support screening for newborn jaundice, despite the fact that 60 percent of babies are born with jaundice – a condition that can lead to brain damage.

It is now open season on what is inside your buckskin wallets, on what's inside your bank accounts, on what's inside your skins, Americans.

8 comments:

Jungle Mom said...

My mother is a breast cancer survivor. I had my first tumor removed at age 32. I am, right now, receiving mammograms every three months to watch another suspicious area. If they are no longer covered by my insurance, I will be obligated to have a much more invasive procedure, a biopsy, to determine if there is a change in the spot.
This angers me a bit...

ABNPOPPA said...

Well put my southwestern friend, well put. For the life of me I do not understand how this thing is going to pass. Is there no integrity in our leaders anymore. Senator Landrau got bought off for $100,000,000 in Medicaid payments and now I hear Ben Nelson has caved in on his abortion stance.

What in the world is going on here!

Good luck during deer season. I nearly got one last week! Unfortunately it would have been with my car!

Pops

Spitfire said...

I'm also a cancer survivor. I had skin cancer at age 17...and cervical/uterine cancer at age 24. So I'm so angry I can hardly see straight over this unconstitutional travesty they call a "health care" bill!!!!! The only reason I haven't had breast cancer is I'm still waiting for puberty...OK, I think it went to someone else's body and forgot me. (I'm a grandmother, thank you so much, I wouldn't know what to do if puberty finally hit!Something about puberty after menopause is just wrong! LOL!) So my thinking is all those stupid men making up this abomination can go jump in a lake....preferably a ice cold one! As for the females that are voting for this piece of yuck....I don't have words. But they can ALL start looking for new jobs, because if this passes, I'll work myself half to death to make sure not only will they be out of a job, but they have to live under the same laws and rules they are dumping on us!!!! Is is turkey season yet? I know several in DC that are just ripe for hunting......Shalom, Spitfire

McGehee said...

My mother-in-law and her younger sister are both BC survivors as well. The sister had even been trying to get her doctor to test her because of self-exam concerns, but he wouldn't listen and by the time anything got done it was almost too late.

So she's been on a tear lately about the eeeevil insurance companies even though they had nothing to do with her near-disaster. And now it turns out even with a doctor who's not a jackass she'd still be in the same boat under ObamaCare.

Darwin moves in mysterious ways.

Jungle Mom said...

Spitfire, we have much in common it seems! I also have had several boughts of carcinoma requiring surgical removal and a tumor removed from my cervix as well as losing an ovary.
yeah, it makes me mad!

Subvet said...

Somebody tell me again how the quality of healthcare will improve. I must be missing it.

Most Rev. Gregori said...

If this Bill passes and gets signed into law, I say let the revolution begin.

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