*UPDATE: Closing comments at 10pm CST.
You have to give these people some credit for their ability to type with their eyes firmly closed against reality. I’ve addressed all this before, but Craig Wubben apparently missed it. I did an entire segment on air about this very issue: how can you argue for the morality of health care legislation that, because it lacks the proper prohibitive wording, would cover abortion? If we’re going to discuss morality, let’s begin there. How can you advocate for legislation that cites rationing as cost-control? Jesus is clear in the New Testament: authority to the people under a government respective to the divine, not subservience to government, which is the nature of this legislation.
Because he didn’t come off as threatening with his tone or explicitly, I won’t publish his email, et al., but am going to open up comments briefly and let you keyboard pundits flex your know-how as I love hearing thoughts on this issue.
He writes (after an irrelevant insult to my site and show):
The majority of Americans want a public option (and 73% of physicians according to a survey of 6000 US physicians and surgeons – done by JAMA). Once democrats pass meaningful health care reform you know the conservative movement will be dead for a minimum of 2 to 3 generations. That’s why you are against health care as a right. My question to you as a self professed christian person is: Who would Jesus cover? The answer is everyone, and you know it. Either that, or you are not a christian. Or you are christian, but completely oblivious as to what that actually means. Here are the 10 reasons why the tea party movement is a complete failure. Hint: the economy always does better under a Dem president than a Republican president.
*I’m sort of shocked that Wubben isn’t participating himself, seeing that he was so adamant. If you have faith in your arguments, Craig, join in.