Sunday, November 29, 2009

The Health Care Blues of the Night

I've been wanting to put this song together on my tape recorder for a couple of months.

I sincerely apologize to Johnny Mercer and Harold Arlen.

Both were among the greatest songwriters and lyricists of all time. I'm afraid I've made a shambles of a wonderful tune they wrote. Without further delay I present;

The Healthcare Blues of the Night

Obama done tol’ me,
We gotta’ have healthcare,
Healthcare for everyone.
The rich and poor ones.
The old and the young ones,
Healthcare for everyone.
The next generation,
is gonna’ be payin’ and payin’,
an’ payin’ for it.

Obama done tol’ me,
We’re gonna’ have healthcare,
Healthcare is gonna’ come.
In the Red and the Blue states,
There might be a long wait,
If you are sick and need a doctor son.
So quit all your whinin'
give into the man
who's got the big plan
for Healthcare.

Can’t you hear Pelozi crowin’
Harry Reid is surely goin’
Obama don’ tol’ me
Glenn Beck’s ‘bout to have a hemorrhage,
Limbaugh needs an adult beverage,
So start realizin’
There’s no comprimisin’
‘cause we’re socializin’ healthcare.

From Memphis to Mobile,
from New York to L.A,
Healthcare is gonna’ come.
It’s movin’ quite steady,
You better get ready,
For healthcare for everyone.
It’s such a boondoggle
The governments trying
To mess up and
Toggle healthcare.

Sunday, November 22, 2009

New Healthcare Guidelines

I read the news today oh boy!

This past week we saw two topics in the United States news.

1. Mammograms are not required for women under 50 years of age.

2. Pap smears should not be done on an annual basis. But should only be done once every three years.

Now I don't know what you read into this. But what I believe is this is shades of things to come due to the Democratic proposed Health care legislation. I think they are floating these two topics in the media to see what kind of reaction they receive.

My thoughts are that if we had eliminated annual Pap smears my wife would not be here. If women had to wait until 50 to have mammograms, my sister-in-law would not be here.

These are both exceptionally bad ideas. Shame on the Government and Healthcare system for proposing these changes.