The Dim Reaper

Liberal Florida Congressman Alan Grayson is an ideological terrorist. He is now using the deceased as pawns in his quest to impose government monopolized health care reform on our citizens.

His pathetic web initiative, Names of the Dead, exploits people who have died. He claims they are deceased because we -- the collective "we" -- did not pay for their health care. What a load of unsubstantiated crap. Where were the family members of these people? Friends? Fellow churchgoers? Did we all let them down? Or were they neglected by their own? Grayson's site can not back up its claims. It is a joke.

Acclaimed columnist and blogger Michelle Malkin agrees. She writes that Names of the Dead is based on a flawed, out of date study by single payer health care advocates that concludes around 44,000 people die every year solely due to lack of access to care.

"(The study) attributed deaths to lack of health insurance for all the participants who initially self-reported that they had no insurance and then died for any reason over the 12-year tracking period," Malkin writes. "At no time did the original researchers or the single-payer activists who piggy-backed off their data ever verify whether the supposed casualties of America's callous health care system had insurance or not."

I pledge to launch a new site in 2010, Names of the Politically Brain Dead. Grayson will be its poster boy. But he will be among a sea of discredited names.

This disgusting excuse for a public servant needs to be returned to the rock from under which he crawled, and the people who voted for him should be institutionalized. That would be true health care "reform". Put the mentally deranged away for good. Start with Pelosi, Reid and "Swamp Thing" (Grayson). And their supporters.


Johnny Keynes said...

The MoveOn.org money after the "Republicans want you to die quickly" speech must have been overwhelming. It would be interesting to know what his actual constituents (you know, Grayson, the people that live in your district? Remember them?) think of all this.

Anonymous said...

I will describe terror for you. It is when a family member gets sick, needs to be hospitalized for weeks, and you discover some fine print in your health plan that says your out of pocket maximum doesn't apply to the particular illness that your family member has.

As to Grayson being an 'ideological terrorist', well, all I can say is that you apparently believe that his website has some appeal that will result in an unpleasant outcome for those with your ideology. Too bad conservatives, you had eight years to get it done, and you blew it.