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Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2009 18:51:02 -0500

The KingDude's Evening Post  •  The Official Daily Newspaper of the Mike Church Show


Once again, healthcare was the big news of the day - though not for the reason you might think.  As tension over Obamacare continues to boil at town hall events across the country, Shrieker of the House Nancy “Nazi” Pelosi and House Majority Leader Steny “boy” Hoyer are decrying any argument over the takeover as “un-American.”  In an Op-Ed piece that appeared in today’s online edition of “USA Today,” these two chuckleheads continue to be dismissive of the citizenry that demands to be heard. After all, when our elected officials continue to ignore the wants and needs of the people they represent, what are we supposed to do?  Do they really think that if they ignore us long enough, we’ll give up and go away? Apparently so.

But that was certainly the sentiment as Mike opened the show,  you can read and listen to what he had to say on the subject HERE.

What President Obama and Congressional leaders seem to be missing is that the more people learn about their planned takeover of healthcare, the more they don’t want anything to do with it.  And no matter what poll you look at, it’s clearly not a partisan problem.  Public opinion on the issue is complex in ways that defy an easy Republican-Democratic divide. Analysis of a recent USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds views on what priority to emphasize, how fast to act and what's important to protect vary and sometimes conflict depending on a person's age and region of the country, whether he or she has insurance, and is healthy or ailing. Seniors are by far the most resistant to the idea of changing the current system - an opening for opponents who have focused on proposed cuts in Medicare spending and accusations about planning for "end-of-life" care. The idea of controlling insurance costs has broader support overall than expanding coverage for the uninsured, which has prompted the White House to stop describing its goal as ‘healthcare reform” and begin calling it "insurance reform."  Still, the USA Today/Gallup poll shows significant differences on what the key goal of a health care overhaul should be. Two-thirds of blacks and six in 10 Hispanics say it should be expanding coverage to the uninsured, but six in 10 whites say controlling costs is more important.  The bottom line? The government had no business running the healthcare system. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell on Fox News Sunday this weekend accused Democrats of trying "to demonize citizens who are energetic about this." Ya think?

Up next, Mike covered a piece posted on, which examines the state of things in Cuba, after years of the glorious socialism Maobama is marching us towards. How bad is it?  Aside from what Marxist twits like filmmaker Michael Moore might have you believe, over the course of these last fifty  years, Cuba's economy has regressed to the point where its government is now encouraging farmers to plow with oxen. But not just any old oxen, GOVERNMENT-owned oxen. Why is that a problem? Cuba gets 100,000 barrels of oil a day from Venezuela, for free, but still can't afford to run its small supply of tractors (which are also government-owned). One woman - 52-year-old Zenaida Leon - admitted that she doesn’t have such a huge problem with the government controlling things...exactly. "I am thankful for the revolution," she said. "But we don't get boots, tools, irrigation that works."  Socialism is the most destructive system of organization ever devised by mankind and as the author of the piece writes, “Why would we even consider turning our health care system over to its discredited principles?” Good question.

As for healthcare specific arguments, many people have said that they wouldn’t make their dog live with socialized medicine.  As it turns out, if you’re a pooch, things aren’t so bad. In today’s “Wall Street Journal,” Theodore Dalrymple, a British doctor, compares human health care (which is socialized) with veterinary health care (which is free market) in Great Britain. Dalrymple offers:

In the last few years, I have had the opportunity to compare the human and veterinary health services of Great Britain, and on the whole it is better to be a dog.

You can find the rest of the piece HERE in today’s Pile ‘O’ Prep.

Staying on the health tip, Mike also dissected the hotly debated “Section 1233” of the health-care bill drafted in the Democratic-led House, which would pay doctors to give Medicare patients end-of-life counseling every five years - or sooner if the patient gets a terminal diagnosis. As Charles Lane of the “Washington Post” reports, Section 1233 is not as innocuous as it’s proponents might have you believe. Until now, federal law has encouraged end-of-life planning - gently. In 1990, Congress required health-care institutions (not individual doctors) to give new patients written notice of their rights to make living wills, advance directives and the like, but also required them to treat patients regardless of whether they have such a document. What’s different? Section 1233 addresses compassionate goals in disconcerting proximity to fiscal ones. Supporters protest that they're just trying to facilitate choice - even if patients opt for expensive life-prolonging care. Lane notes, “If it's all about obviating suffering, emotional or physical, what's it doing in a measure to "bend the curve" on health-care costs?”   Though not mandatory, as some on have claimed, Rep. Sander M. Levin (D-MI) asserts the consultations envisioned in Section 1233 aren't quite "purely voluntary”. To most of us, "purely voluntary" means "not unless the patient requests one." Section 1233, however, lets doctors initiate the chat and gives them an incentive - money - to do so. In my book, that's an incentive to insist.

Mike closed the hour with a story, which reveals when Medicare will go broke.  Oh wait - WHEN IT DID go broke. “What’s that?” you say?  Indeed, as Gary North has revealed, Medicare actually went broke last year and adds, “No one noticed.”  Read the rest of the story HERE.

Mike’s “Tao of the Hour”: What people are forgetting about Medicare is that $83 TRILLION dollars is about to become due and payable.  Where do think that money is going to come from?”



Mike kicked off the second hour of the show with a clip of Pastor David Manning who has been described by some as an “energetic and visionary pastor” - and rather than try and describe the clip to you, just go check it out HERE

Up next it was time for a visit from one of our favorite economists, Thomas Woods.  You can always find out more about him at, but if there’s ever anything big going on in the news, you’re likely to find him chatting with Mike on the show!  For today, the topics ranged from our country’s economic freefall to the government’s continued attack on our healthcare system.  “As an American you help people out with your talent,” said Woods. “The money is not there for the government to pay for it.”
Woods went on to say that the “government is great at destroying things” and pointed out that Maobama’s actions are unprecedented and added, “There is no way the people in office can think more debt is the solution to a debt problem.”  Of course, the guys touched on the protests that have been plastered across the headlines.  Woods offered, “If you look back in history, the past protests have been MUCH more violent than what we’ve seen in the town halls.”  Want to check out our transcript of the interview?  Of course you do! So go read it HERE.

Mike’s Tao of the Hour: “You don’t have freedom once the government intervenes with things like health insurance. If this keeps up, we’ll become a backwater burg. If you don’t understand what our future will be under Obamacare - go watch ‘Logan’s Run.’ You’ll get a really good idea. What they’re doing is just sinister”

Mike wrapped the hour with lots of phone calls - among them, Steven from Maryland who called to talk about the government’s promise that they can take care of everyone in a much better fashion than people can take care of themselves.  Mike explained, ‘The concept is pretty simple - if you’re outside a restaurant that seats 100 people and you have food for them. What if you let 200 people in? Everyone gets less.”  We also got a call from Dude#1265 from Indiana, who agrees with Mike that the only way to fix our current problems is to starve the government.” And then there was Mike from Mississippi, who had a really great idea about why Maobama is going for broke over healthcare. He offered, “The government pushing this universal healthcare on people because they want the insurance premiums.”


Mike kicked off the final hour of the show with phone calls - one of which was from Stephanie.  It offered a great “history lesson of the day.” In it, the topic was the liberty our country was built on and what the phrase “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” actually means and it came together through the Virginia ratification debates.  To hear it for yourself, check it out HERE.

Of course, if you want to get an up close and personal look at the founding of our nation, don’t miss the release of “The Spirit of ’76.”  The third chapter in Mike’s Founding Fathers trilogy, it’s about to become a movie! You know how Mike is about making his various projects bigger and better than the one before and in this case, “Spirit of ’76” will be the first feature length film to accompany the audio version on radio and CD! This short film contains the final version of the prologue scene and gives you a glimpse of what the MOVIE, yes we said movie as in DVD, will look like. FIND IT HERE. We’re offering desktop downloads of the short film as well as two versions for iPhone. Pre-sales begin on August 15th and the world movie premiere is September 17th at the XM Satellite Radio Studios in Washington, DC. Details on getting tickets will be posted soon.

Back in the modern era, the fight over freedom in healthcare isn’t new, and neither are the arguments Democrats are using. The trick is, what was once good for them, isn’t for anyone else.  So today, Mike took us back in time to the days when then-Senator Clinton was speaking out against the Bush administration and the war policy.  Relive the magic HERE and while you do, ponder why it was okay for elected officials to argue with other elected officials, but once the people that gave them their jobs (that’s us) have a gripe, it’s suddenly un-American.

Mike wrapped up the show with more phone calls and plenty of digital media files - including commentator Cynthia Tucker, who suggested that protestors at the town halls of being racist because they “don’t want their country to change.”  She’s right - we don’t, but it has nothing to do with racism.  To that end, we came up with a special present for you.  Anytime anyone wants to argue with you about Obamacare, throw some facts back at them.  We’ve assembled en entire list, which you can find HERE.  It’s a line by line accounting of the most disturbing aspects of Obamacare.


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