Dates of Infamy: Dec. 7th; Jan 22, 1973; 9-11; and Sunday, March 21, 2010
In addition to the three previous days of infamy in American history, Sunday, March 21, 2010 will go down in history as a very infamous day full of betrayal and deceit. Japan conducted a sneak attack on America at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The United States Supreme Court in its Roe v. Wade decision on January 22, 1973 legalized abortion resulting in the brutal deaths of 50 million unborn children up to the present time. Islamic terrorists attacked America in September 11, 2001 resulting in the deaths of over 3,000 innocent souls.
This past Sunday, a day which will live in infamy -- the Lord's Day of all days -- the Democrat Party attacked the foundations of the United States of America and established the beginning of European-style socialism (and worse) in America by its vote in the United States House of Representatives (219-212 without a single Republican voting for ObamaCare.) ObamaCare also received no Republican votes in the Senate.
Roberta Combs, president of the Christian Coalition of America said following Sunday's dastardly vote in the United States House of Representatives for ObamaCare: "Yesterday, we saw the ugly spectacle of representative government being abused in order to defy the will of the American people to satisfy the aims of the radical left. It was made more despicable by the fact that the Democrat majority, including supposed pro-life Democrats, just passed the largest expansion of abortion in American history since Roe vs. Wade."
Parenthetically, speaking of infamy, ObamaCare was ultimately passed because of the betrayal of the pro-life movement by Democrat Bart Stupak (Michigan's 1st Congressional District) as he sold his soul to Barack Obama and Nancy Pelosi, etc. for 30 pieces of silver (in this case for Obama's worthless Executive Order saying Americans do not have to pay for abortions in America with their hard-earned tax dollars.) Bart Stupak gave cover for other "moderate" Democrats to vote for ObamaCare, provding the deciding votes for ObamaCare.
The Stupak/Obama agreement -- like Lloyd Chamberlain's agreement with Adolph Hitler before World War II -- is not worth the paper on which the agreement is printed. Incidentally, when Bart Stupak spoke about his deal with Barack Obama on the floor of the House of Representatives on Sunday, Texas Republican Rep. Randy Neugebauer shouted out "Baby killer!" Congressman Neugebauer later stated he was commenting on Obama's Executive Order.
The only good thing about Sunday's day of infamy is that unlike the attacks on America on December 7, 1941 and September 11, 2001, what the Democrat Party did to attack America -- by defying the will of the great majority of the American people and imposing ObamaCare upon them -- can be, and will be, undone by the American people. They will begin to do so on Election Day, November 2nd.