I don't think it's the heat that had gotten to me. I'm all ears if people want to discuss whatever it is they want to BUT! I will not approach them on this thread. Like I have politely requested earlier on to stay on the topic at hand. But no one's called me out on my request, so I understand either it's not being read or it wasn't important.
I have done my best to respond to as many people as I can, and I have done so through pm'ing and thread posts on this thread. I don't expect you to know who I've pm'ed, but I have responded to several posts already.
As far as my link posting goes, yeah, it's a bit "unoriginal," but I'm throwing logistics into this thread. Why? Apparently there is confusion upong us as to what Obama's Healthcare has in store for Americans. I do it often, but is that a crime? I like to back up myself with supportive evidence as well as to provoke curiousity in others to research for themselves.
If you could only see some of the things I have pm'ed and considered pm'ing... I get a bit... lengthy in my writing when ever I'm discussing my thoughts. Personally, I don't like the time it takes. Look at me going on now! It takes a lot of time to write and re-read, and write, and re-read.
Thanks for your calm approach on my behavior. I greatly appreciate it.
Oh! I almost missed your other post:
The elderly are going to be recommend other ways of "curing" illnesses, such as taking the death route instead of recieving medical treatment. In fact, they are going to counsiled to starve themselves, have themselves euphemized or even commite suicide. And don't worry, they won't have to pay for treatment in some places because they've already begun to stop extending the lives of some of their sick cancer patients, even if they wanted to recieve treatment. In other words, the state is ordering for the murder of their elderly. Now how is this relavent to Obama's Healthcare? Because that is what his Bill will be doing (except for the killing of older cancer patients part, that's already happening)!
Does that sound good?