Before The Taliban

During the second hour of his radio show today, Dennis Prager said that any woman anywhere in the world 2,000 years ago had more rights than women do today under the Taliban.

Dennis says he has only contempt for non-liberals who voted for Barack Obama because of a feeling. Obama was the most left-wing senator according to the National Journal. Anyone with a mind should’ve known that he would govern as a leftist. Why go nuts over the word "change"? Remember such vapid phrases as "We are the change we believe in?"

"The bubble needs to be cracked. That’s why I would like to run for president. I mean it. I would just like to have these things said at a Republican debate. Let these ideas be out there. Crack that bubble."

* A woman said to me the other day, "Do you think you choose emotionally unavailable women so that you can replay the loss of your mother?"

Dennis Prager writes:

Those of us who are not true believers in expanded government are certain of the following:

If the 1,990-page House Health Care Bill becomes law, the average American will receive worse health care, American physicians will decline in status and income, American medical innovation will dramatically slow down and pharmaceutical discoveries will decline in number and quality. And, of course, the economy of the United States will deteriorate, perhaps permanently.

However, we are also certain that there is one American group that will thrive — trial lawyers. The very existence of a 1,990-page law guarantees years of, if not more or less permanent, lawsuits. And the law actually specifies that states that do not limit attorneys’ fees in cases of medical malpractice shall be financially rewarded. What we are seeing here, therefore, is something unprecedented in our history: Many trial lawyers will earn as much as most physicians, and fewer and fewer physicians will earn as much as successful trial lawyers.

Nothing better illustrates the reorientation — indeed, the transformation — of values that will take place if the Democrats’ health care legislation is passed. Thanks to trial lawyer/Democratic influence, for decades, we have been moving in the direction of litigation-based society. But with a Democratic health care bill, the movement will accelerate exponentially.

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