MC (17 March 2011)
"Section 203"


 

Section 203 of ObamaCare establishes a "Regular Corps" and a "Reserve Corps" for<p> "service in time of national emergency". <p>

Its provisions include: <p>

- The officers "shall be appointed without regard to the civil-service laws and compensated without regard to the Classification Act". <p>

- The Corps shall "be available and ready for involuntary calls to active duty during national emergencies and public health crises, similar to the uniformed service reserve personnel."

What does this have to do with "affordable health care"??? <p>

But, it does sound familiar??? <p>

Hitler’s police state worked on the rule that if you said nothing, no harm, could come to you. If you had doubts about the way the country was going, you kept them to yourself - or paid the price. As nearly 17 million people had not voted for either the Nazis or the Nationalist in March 1933, a large and visible police force was required to keep this sizeable group under observation and control. <p>

In Nazi Germany the police were allowed to arrest people on suspicion that they were about to do wrong. This gave the police huge powers. All local police units had to draw up a list of people in their locality who might be suspected of being "Enemies of the State". This list was given to the Gestapo - the Secret Police. The Gestapo had the power to do as it liked. Its leader - Reinhard Heydrich - was one of the most feared man in Nazi Germany. His immediate chief was Heinrich Himmler. Both men ran their respective branches with ruthless efficiency. <p>

          Another example of "we have to pass it and hope no one finds out what's in it!!!" Another reason the liberalistas were so intent on passing it and are intent on keeping it, and another reason the entire thing needs to be repealed.

 
               Please Pray for Japan, Jerusalem and the United States of America,<p>Lord Please Come and Drive Away this Contaminated Cloud of Evil,
 
                                                       Mike Curtiss