You Can’t Un-Have National Healthcare

We all know how screwed up Medicare, Social Security, etc. have become. Every time we turn around they’re more messed up.

Why don’t we just cancel the programs?

Well, because too many people feel entitled. Entitlement means those programs will never get cut, because politicians are afraid the backlash would leave them without a job.

After the August recess, congress will vote on nationalized healthcare.

If it passes, that’s it. You’re stuck with it for the rest of your life. No ifs, ands, or buts. The program will cost more than anyone expects, it will be more screwed up than anyone expects, it will have terrible consequences (rationed care, less doctors, government deciding if you can have an operation).

But whatever cluster@#$@ the program becomes…. you will never get rid of it.

If the Democrats botch this, which they are dead set on doing, you can kiss quality healthcare and relatively low taxes goodbye. Small businesses will have no choice but to lay people off to afford the new system (not because healthcare will cost more, but because small businesses will pay higher taxes to fund the program).

Mark my words. Once this is done, it’s done.

You and your children and grandchildren will be stuck with whatever ill-conceived, half-baked, cockamamie plan the Democrats force through. The bill will be well over 1,000 pages, and not ONE person in congress will read it before voting for it.

I speak the truth.

If we don’t find a way to stop this, the federal government will become the Borg. Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated.

  3 comments for “You Can’t Un-Have National Healthcare

  1. August 8, 2009 at 7:38 am


    I agree 100%. I’m a Democrat and even [I’m] opposed to this shoddy legislation.

    The America Recovery and Reinvestment Act (“stimulus” bill), Cap-and-Trade and Healthcare “reform” are the three biggest insidious pieces of legislation to be mercilessly pushed through Congress and forced down the throats of Americans everywhere by the new administration. I’m appalled. Everyone should be. None of this legislation really has anything to do with job growth, economic prosperity, global competitiveness or even environmental sustainability for that matter.

    Goldman Sachs was one of the largest contributors to the Obama campaign. GS also happened to be one of the banks that got large amounts of bailout relief (tax-payer money). GS also happens to be turning a profit this quarter. I don’t see ANY coincidences in this one example. There are many more I could offer.

    More and more it appears this administration has been bought out by the very entities it purports to be fighting in the name of fairness and transparency on behalf of the American people.

  2. August 9, 2009 at 11:51 am

    Eloquently put…

  3. livieloo
    August 10, 2009 at 7:59 am

    Well said!

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