WE'RE BACK! IMPORTANT GUEST EDITORIAL
Due to illness, we have not been able to post on Two Sisters From The Right on Blogger for several months. We had instead continue to post best reads and articles on our Two Sisters From The Right page on Facebook. Today we received an excellent editorial from a citizen journalist and attempted to publish it, only to find that Blogger has made several changes to the templates and format with which we are not familiar.
This GUEST EDITORIAL is very worth reading and passing on to your friends. Citizen journalists such as the author of this editorial are our most important form of communication because it is not tainted by media bias. Our time is running out and we must unite in an effort to Take America Back and to Defeat Barack Hussein Obama.
The following comment is made by a physician with 20+ years of experience in academic settings, military facilities, private practice, emergency care, missionary work, and group practice who happens to be a believer and a veteran - if you find it informative or instructive, please pass it on;
Regarding the Supreme court ruling of June 28, 2012;
The Old Testament and New Testament both teach; Love thy neighbor as thyself.
Today's health care ruling will allow a law to stand which will continue to raise your neighbor's health care premiums - if they are employed.
The ruling will also leave a law mostly intact which will possibly cause your neighbor without insurance to pay more than they would have had to pay in order to afford a policy if the law were not enacted - or pay a tax instead.
The law preserved today will sooner or later result in your elderly neighbor being denied certain medical procedures which their doctor believes to be medically necessary.
The law will not likely help your uninsured neighbor find health insurance which is more affordable than was available before but can prevent your neighbor's employer from being able to offer certain forms of care which other neighbors already rely upon.
Instead the law will certainly increase the future national debt to be burdened upon your neighbor's children and will also eventually result in decreased access to quality care for your neighbor's children.
The evidence for the above is so overwhelming that anyone who claims to be informed and yet continues to support the law is likely to be; subject to severe cognitive dissonance, excessively influenced by cult-figure hero worship, willfully suspending their disbelief of false claims made on behalf of the law, suffering from the emotional influence of identity politics or class bigotry, or simply hiding the fact that they only agree with the law on the basis that they are hoping it leads to a totally different health care system by undercutting the system which preceded the law (or some combination of these or similar factors).
Given the last statement, out of compassion, we should pray for our friends who either still support the law or do not yet understand why it is so harmful.
I am sure many of us were hoping the Supreme Court would do the heavy lifting for us so that the monumental task of educating many others in time for the November election would not fall so heavily upon us.
On a positive note; If we had to choose between a better ruling today and keeping the same president we now have for four more years or getting rid of the current president while keeping this ruling, that would be an easy choice.
I don't know about you, but I believe Providence has had a guiding hand in establishing this country for the betterment of the rest of the world and that being said, things could well be happening now for the purpose of waking us up and motivating us to do whatever is legally necessary to ensure that the liberties entrusted to us which have made this country strong will not be abated - at least not on our watch.
There are 130 days until the election. That gives us 40 days of preparation followed by a season (90 days) of focused action. I pray we will be blessed with the strength and resolve for this task. It will not be easy. The proponents of this silly law will spend much money and energy in a deliberate effort to confuse and mislead our neighbors as to what the stakes truly are. It is not up to the Supreme Court to stop them. It is up to us.