Monday, August 17, 2009

Health Care Fireball

I'm quite happy to say that it appears that the recent health care battle has been a victory for conservatives. Our fearless leader invested much of his political capital in this battle, and I am all too glad to see that he is losing. Seeing passionate people show up in droves to the health care town hall meetings has encouraged me greatly.

The town hall attendees see the problems with government run health care well. No matter how our fearless leader champions his war against the evil insurance companies, the people (or at least enough of them) have learned their lessons from the British and the Canadians. The fact of the matter is that the presence of a subsidized government-run option will cause many companies to choose to cover their workers under the public option, forcing these workers out of plans which they are at least satisfied. The public option will naturally set the prices which they will pay to doctors, which will be low in order to cut costs. All the while the government will be passing regulations on private health care companies, further reducing their ability to compete against the subsidized public option. The low prices they set will cause doctors to choose not to provide certain services (or at least provide them less frequently) at those low prices. The low prices will result in lower doctor salaries (along with endless rolls of red tape for them to deal with) and will decrease the number of students entering medical school, reducing the number of doctors, and further reducing the amount of care available to individuals. Abortions will become funded through our tax dollars. After all, what is an abortion but a simple medical procedure to cure a medical condition in a woman's body? Abortion has been declared a Constitutionally protected right under some vaguely defined "penumbra" of the fourteenth amendment, and it no doubt will be covered by the public option. And of course, all this will be funded by trillions of dollars. Our dollars.

The choice is clear. Higher taxes, fewer doctors, care rationing, and the murder of thousands of children. Let's choose something else. Anything else.


  1. I too have been greatly encouraged by the recent news that the American people are standing up in droves against the healthcare agenda and that our joke (or should I say Joker) of a president is finally starting to realize he can't pull this wool over the public's eye like the previous administration did with its attack on our civil liberties with the patriot acts after 9/11's government-sponsored attack. I am starting to have faith that maybe the people will win in this instance, and the healthcare agenda (atleast the current form of it) won't go through; however, I am starting to be increasingly apprehensive about the fallout from the warned "swine flu outbreak" that is supposed to take place this fall. This "outbreak" which the media is flaunting so heavily, and the mercury and squalene-containing vaccine that the government is planning to use to mass-vaccinate the public because of it, could be used as the push the white house needs to get its healthcare agenda through. Problem-reaction-solution: the government creates a problem (swine flu), comes up with the solution for it (vaccine), and gives the solution to the people at the expense of some of their liberties. I just pray that enough people will also stand up against the vaccine as are now standing up against healthcare so both can be stopped in their tracks, instead of both being imposed on the American people and furthering the globalist agenda.

  2. I remain concerned. It's too early to believe this is going to be stopped.

    Sorry to be the voice of gloom.

  3. I remain hopeful. It would be disastrous if it got passed - there's no coming back from that.