So, Republicans want to repeal health care reform and two people in Arizona have died to Jan Brewer's budget cuts.
Will those of you who claim to be spiritual please turn to Luke 10, starting at verse 25. That's right, the parable of the Good Samaritan.
What did the Samaritan have which the priest lacked?
Say that again, please. I didn't hear you.
That's right he had compassion on the man who was mugged and left for dead. Now tell me who left him there to rot in the middle of the road. God! Don't you just hate that ugly liberal word?
That's right! The priest! Holy crap! Who would have thought that would happen, huh?! Wow!
Now, I would like all of you conservatives to answer a couple of questions for me.
Was this man able to repay the Samaritan?
However, what did the Samaritan say to the innkeeper? That's right! He said he would reimburse him for any extra expenses.
What? A rich business man helps a poor man for nothing?
Now comes the question which will bug you most of all.
What the hell was in it for the Samaritan? Not a thing! He did it because he saw a fellow human being in trouble and he decided to help, knowing that the guy probably couldn't repay him. Now, that's not something you would do. After all, how many times have I read 'Why should we pay for someone else's medical expenses?'
By the way, did the Samaritan consider that man's economic value to society? Hell no, he didn't!
Well, God damn, does that sound like one pinko of a Samaritan, doesn't it now? Come to think of it, Christ was pretty pinko, Himself, wasn't He? After all, it was His parable. For more red philosophy, read the Sermon on the Mount!
Anyone who claims to be spiritual, religious or whatever cannot claim that they believe in the right to life when they deny the right to health care.
What the Republican Party forgot to tell you is that they recieve campaign donations from the death panels. So, how can Republicans in Congress support a culture of life when they get campaign donations from the death panel lobby?
The most sickening thing about this whole waste of time is that the Republican National Committee wants you to believe that they are the defenders of Christianity in America, which is kind of funny.....since Christ healed people for free.