1. Common Sense from a Common Man: The HC Monstrosity – All 1,018 Pages by Peter Fleckenstein

Since Congress doesn’t want to read the Health Care Bill and Obama, ACORN, Unions, Lawyers, & Special Interest Groups don’t want you to know whats in this monstrosity, I decided to do it myself. I’ve taken all my tweets on the HC bill and put them into one single place for your enjoyment.  Additionally here is the link to the full bill – Health Care Bill

Enjoy and remember – the President & Congress are YOUR servants, not the other way around. (read the rest)

HT: Lisa Grass

2.  Patterico’s Pontifications: State Medical Associations Oppose ObamaCare

The State Medical Associations of Texas, Georgia, and other states have broken with the AMA over Obama’s health care plan:

“A group of 17 state medical associations and three specialty physicians groups, led by the Medical Association of Georgia, have also balked at endorsing the legislation, and were drafting a letter last week to circulate on Capitol Hill, according to Congress Daily. Key among the concerns was the public insurance option.” (read the rest)

HT: Alamo City Pundit

3.  American Princess: Do You Listen To What You Say? by E.M. Zanotti

Not that we hear THAT much from Hillary Clinton, considering that she’s been nearly absent from our lives for almost a year now, whether unintentionally or not, but what we’re starting to hear is bordering on what we in the business like to call “Joe Biden.” I have to believe that Hillary took the Secretary of State position because she had no other choice, because they had dirt on her, or because the position of Supreme Court Justice was already going to be filled by an “edgy” Latina woman, because she’s flat out terrible at it.  (read the rest)

4.  You can download John Piper’s latest book Filling Up The Afflictions of Christ for free.  (HT: Steve Randall)

5.  Rhetoric v. Reality: Health Care By Orwell by Dick Morris & Eileen McGann

President Obama’s rhetoric last night summoned the memory of “1984,” George Orwell’s novel of a nightmarish future — where the slogan of the rulers is “War is peace; freedom is slavery; ignorance is strength.”

The president assures us that he will cut health-care spending . . . by adding $1 trillion to health-care spending. (read the rest)

Casey adds that you can apply this to almost all of Obama’s policies.

6.  Evangelical Perspective: What is a “moral and religious" people” by Collin Brendemuehl

“Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry, would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

When President John Adams made that statement it was clear that he saw this nation in need of a popular ethic, and in that historical context a Christian ethic. It takes only a short observation to see that our Constitution is a bare-bones document. It is relatively short. It does not give but a few rules to the federal government and even fewer to the states. (read the rest)

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