The Covert Revolution for Socialism

buzzard[1]I do not understand how anyone can believe somebody spouting their distain when they are suing a health provider (doctors) of malpractice. It also increases the cost of healthcare. Whether that is right or wrong is not for me to judge.

Why people cannot think for themselves, in lieu of acting like bleating lost sheep, agreeing and echoing what they have not taken time to peruse and understand the resulting issues of this Obamacare fiasco. The biggest concern is rising costs that will be placed on the populace and creating a new tax through a backdoor loophole. It doesn’t matter if it is the law. Prohibition was a law, and it was repealed, so that is a flimsy excuse.

Liberals maintain a need, conservatives are opposed. Obamacare targets its burden predominantly on young workers so our elderly will have lower costs of healthcare. This is a more serious threat (scam) than social security. Social security was introduced for folks who did not have funds, the skills, or the opportunity to put money away for retirement. The plan was to help prevent the elderly from consequential poverty by having every worker provide a small amount to the government (for their coiffures) for future disbursement. With disability fraud, couples having reduction of births for future funding, the government borrows (misappropriates) from that account, promising to replace it. How is that conceivable with a $17 trillion debt? Presently the whining is social security will not be viable in the future. Whose fault is that?

Perhaps the government should put an individual’s contribution into a private savings account, payable only when it can be accessed for either disability or retirement. That way the government cannot touch it and if the person expires, it will transfer to an heir.

Understanding Obamacare is an exercise in obscurity. What we do know is; it is not a lower cost to the populace, and that is a viable fact. Young workers feel healthcare is unnecessary and would rather not pay the high cost of healthcare and would opt to the lower penalty (tax) fee. If they ever need insurance, they can always obtain a policy after the fact. There are other issues too numerous to discuss in this forum.

What do you say to a father with six children (and a wife) wanting to adopt two more, when presently his insurance cost is just under $500 per month and his insurance company sends him a letter stating that come January 2014, his premium will automatically be raised to just under $1400 per month, before he can adopt two more kids. His dilemma of choice is that the Blue Cross policy he currently has is his only option. All other companies have either left or are limited to other counties in his state. Tell me, how do you respond to that ‘low cost’ insurance?

That is just one example. There are insurance companies that offer policies for individuals with pre-existing illnesses. The biggest problem is the government will not allow health insurance companies to cross state lines. That would lower costs of healthcare and low cost wars will ensue.

There are viable healthcare opportunities for people who need them now without Obamacare. People with lower income can get it through the County Welfare office of their state and without cost. So any excuse of ‘needing it for the poor who can’t afford it’ is nothing but a prevarication.

Vladimir Lenin was quoted once in saying, and I’m paraphrasing, the government must control the healthcare system and in doing so, it creates a socialist state. He also stated,”The best way to destroy the capitalist system is to debauch the currency.”

Margaret Thatcher wrote, “The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other peoples’ money.”

No truer words were spoken than the words of Lyn Nofziger, “The reason this country continues its drift toward socialism and big nanny government is because too many people vote in the expectation of getting something for nothing, not because they have a concern for what is good for the country. “

Do your homework people and don’t believe the status quo. We, as a nation are not that ignorant, but many are just too lazy to research it on their own. Blind followers are the enigma of our society. Believing passionate and articulate speakers, without justification, is not an excuse.

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