Your Letter: Is the 'Hitler plan' next?
While the big political focus is on national health care, we might consider its fate and future as well as with our Social Security system when there's no one to finance either. As evangelist Rod Parsley said, "If one can visualize a cemetery one hundred miles long and a hundred miles wide it would be the burial grounds of 40 million citizens murdered by abortion." Then we might also take into account the non-productive birth rate among the ever increasing same sex marriage crowd.
When these programs become futile with no taxpayers to fund them, would the government then recommend the "Hitler plan"? Eliminate the crippled, handicapped, and elderly who are unable to work to fund these programs and thereby considered a burden to the system?
Victor J. Kern