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A Political Glossary Part IV

I hope I never have to have a heart transplant or blood transfusion. I may be forced on the reservation because now, part of me is from a Native American donor.
Winkmeister (Formerly David) Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 11:58 AM
I can see it now. Since I'm now part of Rufus Johnson's family because I received a kidney, I'm now beholden to his family and have to provide for them.
Moonbat Exterminator Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 12:04 PM
If you have an income, that makes you beholden. The donor universe is far too small to bankroll the progs' unicorn fantasies.

Editor's note: This is Part IV in a series. Part I can be found here. Part II can be found here. Part III can be found here.

Nowhere is political rhetoric more shameless -- or more dangerous -- than in the pious names that politicians give to the legislation they pass. Perhaps the most egregious example is the so-called "Indian Child Welfare Act," which callously sacrifices the welfare of Indian children.

Time and again, children with some American Indian ancestry, who have been adopted by families that are not of that ancestry, have been suddenly taken by law from...