There is but one answer to the Obamacare mess
Do not “replace”, REPEAL,
Bob Livingston gets it right:
What’s really behind the Obamacare repeal/replace debate?
If we cut through the noise and doublespeak of the debate over the repeal of the Obamacare deathcare system that is emanating from the cesspool of corruption that is the District of Criminals, the fraud of the American political system comes into full view.
To hear the political class tell it as they grandstand to the cameras and the crowds, their No. 1 concern is that all Americans have “healthcare,” and they don’t want Americans to die from lack of “healthcare.” Republican and Democrat politicians alike have latched onto the dubious figure from the Congressional Budget Office that under the Republican Senate’s “Better Care” plan, 22 million Americans will lose “healthcare,” and under the Republican House’s AHCA plan, 23 million Americans will lose “healthcare.”
This is specious argle-bargle of the highest sort, and it demonstrates the power that change agents have over our language and our thoughts.
Neither Obamacare, nor Better Care nor the AHCA are about healthcare. They are socialist redistributionary insurance policies. And people can and do receive healthcare regardless of whether they participate in one of these schemes.
Healthcare is about health and wellness and the freedom to take care of your body — or not — as you see fit, and seeing the doctor of your choice for that, and having access to proper supplements — or chemical “medicinal” agents, if you desire — that you want, not what fascist public/private insurance scheme government agents want to force you into.
Obamcare and the iterations proposed by Republicans to replace it are merely control schemes and fascist ploys designed to relieve Americans of their health, wealth and liberties and transfer money to crony insurance corporations and the medical-industrial complex. The only differences between the plans lie in which favored cronies get the choice cuts and which are saddled with leftovers.
When the Barack Obama regime first proposed Obamacare as the misnamed Affordable Care Act (note that with all government programs the result is always the opposite of what the name implies), Republicans balked and Democrats hemmed and hawed. But Republicans wanted it as a campaign tool and Democrats used it to pry for themselves more largess from the U.S. Treasury to pass along to their favored constituencies. The two most prominent examples are called the New Louisiana Purchase and the Cornhusker Kickback, but they are hardly outliers.
Now the tables are reversed. Democrats are opposing the GOP plans and Republicans are hemming and hawing, holding out for more money and special favors. Since politicians have a parasite mentality, they are naturally attracted to creating class warfare, hence the created divide over Medicare funding and tax cuts. They manipulate the people against each other, causing political and social unrest as excuses for more suppression of the people.
And make no mistake. If/when Republicans reach enough votes for passage; there will be billions of dollars in favors being traded back and forth among the elite, but Joe and Jane Citizen will be left holding the bag with limited access to care and higher taxes.
Lost in all the jibber-jabber is any talk about whether the Constitution grants government the authority to control health insurance or healthcare or steal money from one group or another to give to one group or another so that they have government-sponsored health insurance. The only discussion is over how much money is redistributed, not whether it is lawful under the Constitution in the first place.
There was a time when the political class — Republicans especially — at least gave lip service to the Constitution. That time is long gone. The Constitution is not considered, and whether the Republicrats or the Demopublicans control government, government grows and our liberties and wealth are stolen.
There is an axiom of geometry that applies to the masquerade of politics, to wit: “Things that are equal to the same thing are equal to each other.” This is incredibly easy to see once the political party labels are removed. But this is a difficult or impossible task for the crowd. They love deception and delusion. Politics and propaganda tickles their ears and so it will always be as it always has been.
Isn’t it time for us to stop believing in the Santa Claus of the two party system? Does it matter what labels devils wear? Washington is a cesspool of corrupt politicians.
With very few exceptions, the “elected” politicians are completely amoral. They have a completely different mindset from the people they are supposed to represent. They have absolutely no concept of right or wrong.
To them “right” is self-aggrandizement and how to stay in office. Unless and until we can view them as Machiavellians, we will be deceived about every political event.
Most politicians have one purpose; to milk the system for all it’s worth. They have total and complete contempt for the U.S. Constitution and the American people. Politicians have no value system and the rule of law is a joke to them.
What in the world would it take to believe what is written here, after taking one look at the special privileges and benefits they have voted themselves?
We should study the socialist profiles of Elizabeth Warren, Nancy Pelosi, Bernie Sanders, Mitch McConnell, John McCain and Paul Ryan. They are the politicians’ politician. Their actions and general demeanor indicate that they believe as Alexander Hamilton did, that the American people are a “great beast.” To these humanoids, there is nothing sacred and being right is what they think is right.
As Thomas Jefferson wrote about Alexander Hamilton in a letter to Dr. Benjamin Rush:
The room being hung around with a collection of the portraits of remarkable men, among them were those f Bacon, Newton and Locke. Hamilton asked me who they were. I told him they were my trinity of the three greatest men the world had ever produced, naming them. He paused for some time: “The greatest man,” said he, “that ever lived, was Julius Caesar.” Mr. Adams was honest as a politician as well as a man; Hamilton honest as a man, but, as a politician, believing in the necessity of either force or corruption to govern men.
Believing in the necessity of either force or corruption to govern men is the mantra of the politician and government bureaucrat, and they believe that, by the high and lofty positions they’ve obtained, they and only they are capable of governing the American “great beasts.”
It is no secret that the two party political system in America is essentially one. It is a lesser known fact, because it is so utterly unacceptable to most of us, that the two parties have conspired to destroy the Constitution and bring the United States into a totalitarian New World Order.