Comments:Pope Benedict visits Cuba urging openness, religious freedom

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Yay for Cuba013:34, 4 April 2012
Religious freedom and personal freedom113:33, 4 April 2012

Yay for Cuba

Yay, now Cuba can molest kids all they want also.

76.25.213.70 (talk)13:34, 4 April 2012

Religious freedom and personal freedom

As the Pope urges the Cuban authorities to progress on the road to more openness, it is a good time to consider the situation in our country. Could anyone have immagined twenty or more years ago that the supreme court of this land will be considering a question of whether or not the government can make a demand upon the people to buy a product or a service from a private institution? Such blatant violations of personal freedom could only be expected in the nazi or communist entities up till now. The funny part is that the people so blinded by their minor differences are going for it without a fight. I don't care if one considers oneself to be a super-liberal, hetero or homosexual; The effect of the so called "Obama Healthcare" is, of necessity, detremental to all; religious or unbelievers. It is not to be mistaken for a national healthcare provisions in the socialist countries. In those countries the healthcare is deducted from your paycheck as a tax and the healthcare is administered and managed by the government with the help of the private institution. When you don't have a job you are still covered. The US plan wants to make you pay a private company and fine you if you don't, even if you do not have a job or cannot, by your standards afford it. There is one more thing: The private companies knowing that you must pay them will be able to get whatever they consider to be an affordable or necessary rate. Are you ready for this? If not, make sure that you vote all those masonic puppets out of office. Vote the most conservative ticket you can find and do not go by the national news suggestions: they are the auxilary apparatus of the Democratic Repubilican Party (DRP)which is owned by the few at the top. Remember! Your very freedom is at take here.

69.207.23.254 (talk)15:19, 31 March 2012

That is very ignorant. You can't vote to fix a corrupted system. Only starting a new one can.

76.25.213.70 (talk)13:33, 4 April 2012