Health Care #1 On Presbytery’s Mind

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Sister Frances Wolverton says, “Don’t Tread On Me Big Government.”

With a placard in her hand she was shouting by the end of First Presbyterian Church’s of Prickett Pass’ 25th annual Health Fair. The event was eventually shut down by the protesters who positioned their walkers at the entrance to block people’s passage.

When nurse Mary Teal tried to hold up a sign that said Education Not Ignorance she was immediately escorted out of the fellowship hall by local police to the cheers of demonstrators.

“It was not because she was African American as many on the internet have claimed, you could just see she was going to cause a ruckus.” Mary Newcastle claimed.

“These Health Fairs represent the worst type of socialism. Pooling of information in one place for the unsuspecting church people. It is a slippery slope. Next thing you know the pastor will be telling me that I should have hospice.” Martin Puzzled contended. Martin is the founder of “You Should Be Frightened” an organization that survey’s talk radio and Fox News to mobilize those who are over 65 years of age and white.

“This group has been marginalized and ignored for far too long. We know that we have a majority of the money and power. We intend to use it.” Martin said from his Palm Bay home.

Rev. Terry Hatcher claims, “this is the last Heath Fair that we will have in our church. It is too bad, because it really did help the same people who came out to protest it.”

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2 Responses to “Health Care #1 On Presbytery’s Mind”

  1. The Rev. Dr. Hedg E. Mony, Jr. Says:

    It’s heartening to know that Piney Presbyterians are standing up for their convictions enven when those are not in their interest.
    But what if Republicans and Democrats follow suit?
    Well, I figure there’s not that much power in example.
    “In status we quo!”
    HEM

  2. pastorofdisaster Says:

    Thank you for your insightful comment.

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