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Well, it seems that 13 billion dollars from the American taxpayers simply wasn't enough for the poor GM company. They have now decided to extend their begging to include the EU. GM has asked the European Union for an additional 4 billion dollars. Now many people interested in end times prophecy think they need to watch the United Nations. But actually the EU is the one to pay attention to. It is bad enough that within the last 6 months everything has been put in place for the American government to be in control of finance, major industry. and health care but now it is being extended to include the EU!

Speaking of health care, the Obama's newest bill will take away health workers rights to deny participation in procedures that go against their religious beliefs. The Bush administration had signed legislation to protect health care workers from such persecution. But when this goes into affect, a doctor that does not believe in abortion will be forced to perform them or face jail. Lest you think this is only about abortion I want to remind you that this opens the door to things such as forced sterilization, embryonic stem cell research, euthanasia and a host of other issues. With this bill, our tax dollars will go to the world's most liberal population organizations. Yes, your money will go to China to perform abortions and forced sterilization and eventually will usher it into our own country. When universal health care becomes a reality in the US, the government will be in the position to tell your doctor what treatments can or can not be provided to you. Obama did not feel qualified to state when he believed life begins but the government will suddenly be qualified to tell physicians how to treat their patients. But, don't worry....the government has it all under control. And yes, that statement does have a double meaning!

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