The U.S. House of Representatives has allowed homosexual marriage to become law in the Federal District of Columbia. Along with the effort in the Health Reform Bill to force the nation's poor and uninsured to buy insurance from wealthy global corporations, the primary assault by the Democratic Party on traditional American common sense continues to spend its force like a tsunami given a non-renewable elite and singular endowment of power.
The Congress allowed the 30 day period it had to veto the Washington D.C. Council of Five's decision to pervert the meaning of marriage as the joining of male and female d.n.a. to produce a new individual. The Pelosi Congress could have just vetoed the bill Council's vote and kept faith with their constituents across the nation--they did not. Instead, today, the Federal District of Columbia has a new definition of marriage to mean something involving homosexuals--the corporate controllers of the Congress seem to like it, and besides, its probably a political fire and maneuver ploy of the Gates Defense Department team's effort to gay up the military for some perverse reason involving money by the trillions. <br>
A last minute reconciliation bill approach requiring just a simple majority to compel expensive, inefficient andÂ neo-authoritarian conditions of tracking of the poor, the homeless, the oppressed about the nation instead of creating a practical walk-in national health service for the poor adds to the perfidious construction of global corporate control of the U.S. Government.
The high cost of health care is just one element in the post-cold war abandonment of responsibility and intellect by the U.S. Congress in the frenzied greed to profit from the end of the cold war and expansion of global corporate profit taking. With the demise of labor unions, the degradation of U.S. labor wages, Â concentration of wealth and stagnation and decline of real income for the majority of the middle class and poor the leverage on health costs was an inevitable step in the end of democratic pragmatism. The U.S. Congress-an institution by and for the rich these days, has yet a host of sympathizers of the poor who estimate what the poor should need, and what it might be like to be uninsured and injured. Pain was evolved such that sleeping mammals might awaken from sleep if a predator started nibbling on one's extremities.
The Congress has decided that the poor need the same sort of purchasing of insurance from the rich that the middle class has and can't afford--the middle class and rich can pay for the insurance. Lost in the reasoning is the fundamentally bad negotiating position the Congress continues to advance for the poor and middle class in economics and politics. A national health service for the poor would not lower health costs for the middle class directly--yet it would make a most cost effective delivery of medical services to the uninsured poor. The middle class must find their own path to lowering their health costs.