I WOULD LIKE TO REQUEST that ALL-THOSE-WHO-OPPOSE-HEALTH-CARE OPPORTUNIES for 32-MILLION more AMERICANS these PAST Weeks Move to Another Country, Soon
By Kevin Stoda, already living abroad but considering returning to the USA
This past week (and month), it has become clear to most good and honest Americans that some people living in the United State’s, like Rush Limbaugh and Sarah Palin, do not need to live any more within the geographic United States anymore—that is, if they continue to evoke violence and oppose the fact that 32-Million more Americans will receive healthcare this next year due to recent congressional passage of the government health care plan.
This past week, DN [Democracy Now] noted, “Lawmakers are continuing to receive threats in the wake of the healthcare vote. New York Democratic Congressman Anthony Weiner was forced to close an office in Queens Thursday after his staff received a threatening letter with a suspicious white powder. The letter directly referred to Weiner’s support for healthcare reform. At least ten House Democrats have reported death threats or incidents of harassment since last week. On Sunday, Republican Congressman Steve King of Iowa addressed a group of Tea Partiers and urged opponents of healthcare reform to beat the other side to a pulp.”
By the way, I would say that Americans will also need a real public option really soon to get me to move back to the USA.
However, in the meantime, the couple of 1000 Americans belonging to and supporting the TEA PARTY ANTI-HEALTH CARE FOR AMERICANS MOVEMENT, should emigrate off-shore for the rest of this century.
Iowa representative, Steve King, was a bit out of control last week speaking to the Tea Party folks, “If I could start a country with a bunch of people, they’d be the folks that have been here standing with us the last few days. Let’s hope we don’t have to do that. Let’s beat that other side to a pulp! Let’s chase them out. Let’s chase them down. There’s going to be a reckoning!”
I recommend that Representative King get on a boat and find an off-shore island to found an alternative America on, too.
What do you think, America? Am I fanning flames or calling a spade a spade? 
 On Thursday, Eric Cantor, the second-ranking Republican in the House, accused Democratic Party leaders of “fanning the flames.” Cantor said, “It is reckless to use these incidents as media vehicles for political gain. That is why I have deep concerns that some, DCCC Chairman Chris Van Hollen and DNC Chairman Tim Kaine, in particular, are dangerously fanning the flames by suggesting that these incidents be used as a political weapon.”