Let the Haters Begin Mongering

Starting Tuesday, all legal residents, regardless of color, will begin to have access to health care.

The United States is beginning the final phase of the civil rights movement. This phase will determine whether access to health care is in fact a human right (and not a social right guaranteed by monetary status nor one limited because of race).

The hatemongers who fear the so-called welfare state (colored to the colored section) will begin the biggest hate and fear mongering campaign that America has seen since the reconstruction. The white-sheeted Republicants will begin to cry and monger that America will become a second-class, Nazi, communist, imperialistic, socialist monarchy populated by godless Christians.

There will be mongering for all and a place to preach the mongering on the Christian pulpits of all Christo-fascist buildings.

I was listening to one of the Christo Fascists the other day on the radio who talked about how godless our government was because of the Nazi, communist, imperialist, socialist monarchical president who actually wanted all people to have health care.

I listened as they quoted from many books of the Judeo-Christian bible, including Deuteronomy, Leviticus, and Kings, but they never mentioned the Sermon on the Mount. As I understand the fairy tale, there is only one set of sayings this young Buddha Yeshua bar Joseph actually said and it was the Sermon on the Mount. These words are pretty much found in all previous writings from Zoroaster, Buddha, Hindu, and early Hebrew philosophers. These words are all about love and caring.

So here is the question of the day : Why do the Christo Fascists hate America?

I think I know the answer. They think this is a Christo-fascist nation, not a nation of Christo fascists. (I ask this question to my students – what is the difference between a theocracy and a democracy, and which are we?)

Israel, Iran, and Iraq are theocracies. Now do you get the point? When the war is about religion, only the hatemongers win.
Our problem is that these hatemongers must yell and scream and curse and spit and call names to get across the point that they hate everyone who does not agree with their view of the “bible”. I was reading the Gospel of Thomas this morning and read the recurring theme; those who do not open up their ears will not hear.

steve-ybarra.gifThese hatemongers, who hate gays (God’s children), blacks (God’s children), immigrants (God’s children), mixed marriages (God’s children), etc. (God’s children), must actually hate their own god.

These folks do not need a reason to hate; they probably wake up in the morning look in the mirror and say, “Damn, it is still me.”

So to all of you who believe that a child has a human right to equal access to health care, get ready for the fight; it is going to be a vicious, race-based, Christo-Fascist fight.

Steven J. Ybarra

Steven J. Ybarra JD is a retired civil rights attorney who operates a consultant company in California. He is a member of the California Democratic State Party and is Chair of the Chicano Latino Caucus Voting Rights Committee and a long time political activist. Contact Steven at: sjybarra@aol.com. This article is copyright by Steven J. Ybarra JD, originally published in www.Hispanicvista.com but permission is granted for reprint in print, email, blog, or web media if this entire credit paragraph is attached.


  1. Wiam says

    There’s a big difference between the right to health care, and the right to sit on your butt refusing to work and making other people pay for your and your kids’ healthcare. Many Democrats who are fed up with paying to raise other people’s children are against Obamacare, especially its sneaky corporate welfare mandate that forces us to buy a product from the cheating fat cat insurance companies. But the standard response to any criticism of Obama is to claim the criticizer is racist.

    I’m not saying racism and bigotry don’t exist, but the issue of welfare healthcare is more complicated than skin color or religion. Yes, lots of people of color who are poor will now get freebie healthcare. So will lots of poor Caucasians. The point is that welfare doesn’t work. Didn’t we learn that lesson yet? No matter what a person’s religion is, they should understand the difference between choosing to help other people, versus forcing everyone else to pay for programs that allow many to abdicate their responsibilities for themselves and their offspring. But hey, if being against welfare healthcare makes one a fascist white sheeted Republican, then I guess the rest of us Democrats should stop criticizing Obama’s corporate welfare programs. After all, if you think other Americans should be responsible for paying their own bills, then you must be a hatemonger.


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