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Line-breakers and Country Folk

Posted by parrotpatriot on July 27, 2009

I feel so sorry for the illegal alien who is being sent home (this AP story has been moved

 http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_HOSPITAL_DEPORTATION?SITE=NCASH&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT),

but really, this is why American healthcare is so expensive. As much as we would all like to be able to, we can’t subsidize the healthcare of every citizen of the world. It has driven our costs up!

Frankly, I think it is selfish for anyone to come into this country and USE us that way. There are people actually waiting in line to gain entry into this, the greatest country in the world – and the people who enter and stay illegally are equivalent to the obnoxious line breaker. Remember the last time you sat in the left lane, which was a long line of traffic because up ahead the right lane was closed? And there was that a** who decided wherever he was going was much more important than that of any of the 100 to 200 suckers sitting in the left lane? And so he drives all the way up the right lane to the point where road crews have set the barriers and cuts right in – almost hitting the poor sap who hasn’t seen him coming? Which sets off a 100 to 200-car break light domino effect and slows the progress of all the cars he just cut in front of? That a** is the illegal alien.

And the other thing is – he is actually one of the people who is counted in that figure of “46.6 million people without health insurance” which comes from the census records and which Mark Levin explains includes 9.5 million people who are not citizens of the United States!!!

 

From Mark Levin's Liberty & Tyranny

From Mark Levin's Liberty & Tyranny

 

 

So line-breakers are driving up the cost of our healthcare and at the same time the line-breaker is given as justification for the government take-over of healthcare. Does that make any good sense to you? The line-breaker is the reason why YOUR health care needs to be rationed according to some.

I guess I feel like my neighbor out here in the country feels. He said, “The people out here are some of the nicest people you will ever meet. They will give you the shirt off their back – but don’t you go feelin’ like you can just come and take it.” I think that’s probably the way a lot of Americans feel.

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