“President Obama tried to move us forward with health-care coverage by using a conservative model that came from one of the conservative think tanks that had been advanced by a Republican governor in Massachusetts,” she told The Wall Street Journal. ”Now it’s time for the next step. And the next step is single payer.”
first of all, Elizabeth Warren -- get your facts straight. Obamacare was not fashioned through the likes of a republican, any republican, okay? NO REPUBLICAN VOTED FOR THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT! The architect of the [UN]Affordable Care Act was Jonathan Gruber along with a lot of help by Podesta's liberal think tank, *** Center for American Progress***
Strong Suggestion: DON'T click that! It will just make your blood boil!
From THREE YEARS AGO -- Marc Theissen posted this, at a place which advertises this tag line: "democracy dies in darkness." [Oh you can say that again...] -- anywho, here you go...CLICK THIS!
Don't have time? Here's the crux of the matter --
"As of this weekend,
there are now seven
in which he mocks
the “stupidity” of American voters
and boasts of the
Obama administration’s ability
to take advantage of it. "
oh oh say can you see by the dawn's early light....
or read this part:
...Asked in Australia whether he had intentionally misled the American people to get the law passed, Obama replied curtly, “No, I did not.”
Yes, he did. Put aside his now infamous lie of the year in 2013 that “if you like your health plan, you can keep your health plan.” Obama also insisted repeatedly that the individual mandate “is absolutely not a tax increase.” In a 2009 interview with ABC News, George Stephanopoulos pressed him on it no less than five times. He even read Obama the definition of “tax” from Webster’s dictionary. Obama was adamant: “My critics say everything is a tax increase. . . . I absolutely reject that notion.” [LIAR!]If one were to read vintage G thing, dating back to 2009/10...when this healthcare law fiasco was just coming about, plenty of background was exchanged to all of you with regards to this masquerade -- from death panels to little white coat lies made by the Obama Administration. Go ahead and weave your way back to those good old days, courtesy of the old G Thing, and relive the days before this disaster called Obamacare finally reached a republican advantage to repeal/replace it.
But make NO mistake: first and foremost, Obamacare was administered fraudulently, and only supported by the Supreme Court AFTER the Chief Justice decided to unconstitutionally change it and call it a tax -- surely coming with a pit in his stomach and heart palpitations.
Andrew McCarthy lays it out quite nicely, here, at The National Review (2013).
The thing is, this reason alone IS grounds to repeal it --
"Tax legislation has to originate in the House; the health-care law didn’t."
Translation: On this fact alone, Congress should repeal it, for it's illegal! It did not originate as a tax through the House, making it totally null and void! What's the HOLD UP, besides this blatant corruption against the American people which congress continues to rob us dumb and blind?
But please, go ahead and read the whole thing by Andrew McCarthy; I'll wait.
do do do do, do do do, do, dado do, do do do.
The second thing is:
WAS WHERE THIS WHOLE THING
WAS HEADED RIGHT FROM THE START
that click quotes Obama from 2007!
It just so happens that it was the American people who were completely bamboozled (or was that considered to be just too stupid, Jonathan?) and left in the dark about the god awful naked truth about this brand spanking new entitlement set to break America's back! Oh the crime against humanity; the republic hasn't seen a day like this since the days of FDR!
From The Weekly Standard's John McCormack, August 2013:
And so we have a rare moment of bipartisan agreement in the United States Senate. Reid now appears to concur with Republican senator Tom Coburn of Oklahoma, who has has been warning for quite some time that Obamacare was "rigged to fail" in order to pave the way for a total government takeover of the health insurance industry.
"More than two years after the passage of Obamacare, the data overwhelming show the law will fail to achieve its core objectives of lowering costs and improving access," Coburn wrote in 2012. "That, ironically, may have been the design. By making private insurance unaffordable for everyone, it will become available to no one. All that will be left is government-centered, government-run, single-payer health care.
Here's a decent recap, taking another look while looking at Obamacare Five Years Later, as written for the Washington Examiner, by Robert Ehrlich (August 18, 2016).
QUESTION IS, will Americans continue to let their stupidity undermine the repeal of this single-payer ruse?
I spent a fair portion of my morning calling a few senators; starting with Mitch.
Now, his office answered with a recording, along with an automatic message at the end, claiming the mailbox to be full, and thereby making it completely impossible to leave a message at this time! UGH! Of course it is.
I promptly sent him an email, and continued to make some calls.
What did I want?
Complete repeal of the Affordable Care Act -- nothing more, nothing less -- just as they had accomplished to do in 2015, when they managed to put just that on the desk of President Obama in January of 2016; and even though knowing full well he wouldn't come close to signing it -- moreover, opening the Oval Office door for Obama to use the procedural political process as mocking material for weeks thereafter.
Translation: it was a sideshow and completely meaningless, just a symbolic gesture to it's base before 2016 arrives with a presidential size showdown.
So to the question I was prepared to ask his office:
Does Mitch even have any balls left?
But unfortunately, that question was met with the pathetic dribble, we are unable to take your message at this time. but your message is important to us, please call back at another time.
yeah, yeah, three hours later, just tried calling his office again. nothing but niet
Now given the amount of propaganda being peddled from the Left ...claiming that in the republican bill hundreds of thousands will die....let's get the take via the left mocking the right, shall we?
Here's some truth, making heads and tails of single-payer systems operating throughout the world.
Don't be stupid, America! Don't be stupid!
From The Weekly Standard:
But these and other similar columns and editorials miss the point: The Arizona Medicaid story was not grounded in conservative heartlessness or hypocrisy. It resulted from a single-payer health care system crashing into a budgetary brick wall. The real lesson here is that “single payer” and “death panels” go together like “See’s” and “candy.”
About Those Death Panels . . .
The very real threat of government health care rationing.
JAN 31, 2011 | By WESLEY J. SMITH
Good story Wesley J. Smith -- even love the plug for See's Candy, a local favorite xoxo
so where are we?
The Left is counting upon Americans to remain ignorant to the truth of how health care and the economics of the marketplace are intertwined; when arguing on behalf of the free market for the betterment of the whole, as any educated American will surely do, the single payer nonsense has no legs, no arms, and a waiting list 18 months long to see a specialist....and by all ways and means, no place in a free market, competition driven, maximizing choices, decreasing premiums, health care system designed to give the all the freedom directly to the people, for better or worse, in sickness and in health, until death do us part.
Returning to how we began the day, Elizabeth Warren is just one in a million peddling a lie about Obamacare coming out of a conservative think tank, blah blah blah blah blah; great spin there, girl, great spin. Chocking it up to a pattern, as we speak -- this time, telling a lie nearly as remarkable as your claim to be Native American ...when gaming the system to get a job that would allow you the privilege to pawk your caw at the hawvawd yawd...yes, indeed, brush off that Boston accent just for kicks and giggles. Curious, did you go Mercedes or BMW, fizzy lizzy?
This girl is so sick of talking about health care. So here's my prescription:
Get on the phone, kicking and screaming to your stupid Senators!
Then, go have a cocktail; it's just the best we can do given the circumstances -- the arrival of a big holiday weekend just around the bend.
Some might even be moved to say, at this sad state of affairs, that using the 4th of July as a time delay -- a crutch to delay the vote -- is a rather twisted illustration of the real scandal: the spineless, ball-less, useless bunch of Republican Senators who by definition, are primarily responsible for protecting the stupid republic!
Make it a Good Day, G