Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Obamacare: SEC. 440 and 1904: Home Visitation Programs for Families With Small Children and Families Expecting Children

You know why they do this. Because even now, even with details of Obama's health care bill becoming news, even with all the filth contained within, documenting a total State takeover of every facet of your life - and death - people will still deny that we've become a Stalinist police state. Even now, people are saying, if you've done nothing wrong, you have nothing to worry about. The government is pushing the limits of our tolerance for tyranny, and thus far have been given little reason to think they're anywhere near our breaking point.

Until now, the government has experienced little in the way of ire from the American people. They shoved the TARP and other bail-outs down our throats, even though we opposed it overwhelmingly. They passed cap and trade in the House, even though we opposed it overwhelmingly. Which is why they tried so desperately to pass this "health care" bill before the August recess, because they knew they'd have to go home and face their constituents. Far easier to pass the bill and deal with the aftermath, than to face angry mobs demanding they not pass it, and then be seen as misrepresenting their constituents by voting for it anyway. And from what we've seen since the August recess began, we may be in the early stages of a revolution, especially if the government doesn't stop raping us on behalf of off-shore banking elites. Representatives, from both parties, are furious that nobody wants to listen to them make excuses for a reckless, vicious eugenics program disguised as health care. They say it's un-American to not listen to the government. But this is what happens when government doesn't listen to us. They have forgotten who they really work for, and we have remembered.

And still, in the face of overwhelming, nation-wide, bi-partisan opposition, they still blame Republicans and libertarians for an "astro-turf" fake opposition movement, even though democrats are being shouted down in town halls in which only registered democrats were invited. And they say, "Let the facts be heard," as if to say we don't really know the facts. Why anyone would take anything these people say seriously is beyond me, especially when globalist filth such as themselves describe our opposition as "un-American".

More and more reasons to oppose this bill, its constitutionality chief among them, are coming to light daily. For instance, Section 440, which mandates home visitations for families with young children or who are expecting children. The State will "identify and prioritize serving communities that are in high need of" home visitations, "especially communities with a high proportion of low-income families or a high incidence of child maltreatment." And Section 1904 gives the State the mandate to provide families with

  • knowledge of age-appropriate child development in cognitive, language, social, emotional, and motor domains
  • knowledge of realistic expectations of age-appropriate child behaviors
  • knowledge of health and wellness issues for children and parents
  • modeling, consulting, and coaching on parenting practices
  • skills to interact with their child to enhance age-appropriate development
  • skills to recognize and seek help for issues related to health, developmental delays, and social, emotional, and behavioral skills
  • activities designed to help parents become full partners in the education of their children

This is from the same government so efficient in caring for children that foster children are at least four times more likely to be sexually abused than children in the general population, and two-thirds of foster children are on multiple psychotropic drugs, with more than 75% of the drugs prescribed being off label, a practice of prescribing drugs for a purpose other than the approved use on its label.

For years, the Liberty and Truth Movements have been banging their heads against the wall, wondering what it will ever take for people to get mad. Maybe the American people, as a whole, are finally starting to figure it out.