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I subscribe to RedState, specifically for little tidbits like the following:


BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: A RedState source sat behind a top aide to Rep. Paul Tonko (D-NY) and heard the aide admit that "the increase in Hospice care which will solve the prolonging of life issue." As you know, Democrats have been open about their desire to push seniors toward euthanasia as a cost savings option. In fact, the Democrats already have in the legislation a provision requiring senior citizens to receive instructions every five years on dying with dignity.

Full story on the latest revelations below:


It's always great to hear liberals speak when they think no one is listening.

Rep. Paul Tonko is a freshman Democrat from Albany, NY. He's a typical non-descript eastern machine politician whose a robot for Obama and Pelosi and doesn't have too many original thoughts. Earlier this week one of his top aides was flying to Washington from the district. She was accompanied by what appeared to be a special interest Washington DC lobbyist, who probably came to Albany to attend some type of big money golf, gambling, and cigars fundraiser for Tonko.

Anyway, unbeknownst to them, a hero of the conservative movement sat quietly behind them. It was impossible to avoid listening to their boisterous conversation, and Tonko's aide didn't disappoint.

Naturally, most of the banter dealt with the health care bill, and here are a few of the gems:

The two were talking about whether Tonko would even be given time to read the bill. She told the lobbyist, "well he pays me to read it for him".

"[The] costliest part [of the Obama healthcare bill] will be the physician's rate cut," she said. Lots of political capital is going to be spent to get that through.

And, for the crowning glory, the aide feels that "probably the best part of the bill is the increase in Hospice care which will solve the prolonging of life issue."

This seems to prove the argument that the Obama bureaucrats will eventually decide who lives and who dies.

Isn't "hope and change" wonderful?

Sincerely yours,

Erick Erickson
Editor, | One Massachusetts Ave., NW | Washington, DC 20001

Even those who would find such an exchange too "conveniently" overheard, consider one thing: those are PRECISELY the progressive metrosexual, pencil-dick, paper-pushing, "we-know-what's-best-for-you" elitist aparatchik asshats who would be DECIDING NOT ONLY WHEN, BUT ALSO IF YOU OR YOUR LOVED ONES CAN EVEN GET HEALTH CARE SERVICES!

Oddly enough, "Soylent Green" was on the old movie channel Saturday.
You folks might want to pass this around to anyone with elderly relatives.
This shit has to be stopped.

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