Community health centers are considered to be an important ingredient to providing health care coverage for all Americans, so why are Republicans trying to pull the plug on funding?
The reason can be summed up by Steve King (R-IA), who has led GOP efforts to repeal the health care law, saying "everybody has to share the pain."
The idea of spreading the wealth is intolerable to conservatives, yet spreading the pain seems to be one event that many of them love dissecting and partitioning to give rigorous exactitudes of perceived merited punishment to all.
"Republicans characterize their proposed cuts as a necessary piece of their overall effort to rein in government spending" while simultaneously, the majority of them surreptitiously applaud Obama's intervention in Libya, a war that may cost an estimated $100 million daily.
So much for fiscal conservativeness; so much for austerity. The only thing Republicans got right is to "share the pain."
Meanwhile, preventive medicine and primary health care are too financially burdensome and dolorous to the fiscal's principles. Wisdom suggests that maintaining health is far less expensive than bringing someone back to health after illness or injury. Moreover, healthy people are actually productive, thus money well spent toward economic production; whereas dead people are not, thus profligate waste of money spent toward militaryÂ… Oh yeah, the defense budget. Why haven't these Tea Party fraudulent fiscal conservatives addressed the largest expenditures of government?