Saturday, February 4, 2012

Bishop Zubik – Martin Luther was a “man of conscience” – You are not!

Martin Luther - Man of Conscience

The administration recently reaffirmed a position that means that, for the most part, religious universities, hospitals and charities that serve the general public would be expected to comply. The rule has sparked outrage among a number of conservative religious groups, with several Catholic bishops calling on their parishioners to refuse to comply with the law. 
This is Bishop David Zubik, leader of the Archdiocese of Pittsburgh, speaking to NPR. 
DAVID ZUBIK: We can't comply and we won't comply. There's no way we can. It's a matter of conscience.
Bishop Zubik, right hand man of former Philly Crime Boss “Big Tony” Bevilacqua cannot talk about “conscience”.  He is like what Jesus used to call “hypocrit”.  Will call him in person on judgment day.

Have a nice day.
BTW - Nice Toupee


Rick “I can afford an iPad” Santorum – Feed your kid the Pharma Poisin and Shut Up - I Know Better

The little reptile heart and reptile mind of Rick Santorum defended the invention of Pharma diseases and the invention of backbreaking profits of Pharma drugs for his recent Pharma employers / contributors on the campaign trail.  That man's soul is bought and paid for. 

WOODLAND PARK, Colo. – GOP contender Rick Santorum had a heated exchange with a mother and her sick young son Wednesday, arguing that drug companies were entitled to charge whatever the market demanded for life-saving therapies. Santorum, himself the father of a child with a rare genetic disorder, compared buying drugs to buying an iPad, and said demand would determine the cost of medical therapies.  “People have no problem paying $900 for an iPad,” Santorum said, “but paying $900 for a  drug they have a problem with — it keeps you alive. Why? Because you’ve been conditioned to think health care is something you can get without having to pay for it.” The mother said the boy was on the drug Abilify, used to treat schizophrenia, and that, on paper, its costs would exceed $1 million each year. 
What’s a kid doing on a drug like Abilify????????