"Charity is commendable, everyone should be charitable. But Justice aims to create a social order in which, if individuals choose not to be charitable, people still don't go hungry, unschooled or sick without care. Charity depends on the vicissitudes of whim and personal wealth, justice depends on commitment instead of circumstance.
Faith-based charity provides crumbs from the table; faith-based justice offers a place at the table"
~Bill Moyers

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Keith Olbermann on what really matters when it comes to health reform

Keith Olbermann of MSNBC's CountDown, again rises to the occasion when it is most needed that somebody speaks up and says what needs to be said without sugar-coating it in a "Special Comment", harshly criticizing members of Congress for paying more attention to the needs of the health care industry, than to patients in need of Health Care, pointing out that "there is no higher human priority than health and therefore no more basic government responsibility than ensuring the care of its citizens.."

Last night, (Wed. Oct. 7, 2009), he devoted the entire hour of his program to address the Health Care Crisis that the people of this country face.

In trying to facilitate the viewing of the Video clips of this very human program, I have placed them in a Video Player (Below) with a Playlist with the clips numbered One to Five, in addition and in the event that anybody would want to read the Transcript, I include a link to the original.

If you find that this organization of the content of Keith's program helpful and if you also feel that other people should see it, well, please feel free to share this post.

Please make sure you watch Clip #5, this is where Keith explains his idea for a plan for Action to pressure the Democrats who are standing in the way of true Health Care Reform.

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"Health care reform: Saving American lives."

Keith Olbermann on what really matters when it comes to health reform

By Keith Olbermann
Anchor, 'Countdown'

Full Transcript (External (MSNBC))

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