If national healthcare is “in crises” and our need for “healthcare” is “urgent and irrefutable,” why, then, aren’t more Americans in crises over healthcare and running about exclaiming healthcare of such a mess as to be “urgent and irrefutable”.
Obama just declared these conditions so on yet another national broadcast of his moments ago, including this zinger: that Americans will be spending more and getting less if Obama does not get his “healthcare” (now).
What most consumers fear — due to reasonable observations of the socialized healthcare present in other nations (Canada, England, France, for examples) — is that when socialized healthcare IS implemented, standards of delivery plummet and costs expand demonstratively.
That means that people get less and spend more.
So Obama’s not making much sense today, as he hasn’t in the past, but today it’s that he’s not making much sense outside a tempestuous tantrum level, because today he really wants his “healthcare.” He wants it. So give it to him. Today. You have to. Because he really wants it.
Steven Crowder visits Canada and tries out their “national healthcare” — (surprise, private industry is preferable).
And, that private industry is preferable (especially when you really need healthcare, or even a blood test) is something that most people can readily recognize, except for Barack Obama and other Democrats. I wonder, could we all chip-in and fund them some counselling “healthcare”? Ooops, too late, they’re getting great healthcare coverage for all the private care they could ever want, but in the case of counselling, could most use but are not utilizing.
About that, I really like the movement underway (thanks to Congressman John Fleming from Louisiana – sign-up at Fleming’s website to join in the petition toward this goal) to require members of Congress and the Executive Branch to participate in the same “healthcare” they’re trying to demand all Americans be enrolled in (whether we want to be or not and no private insurance will be tolerated under Obama’s idea of “healthcare,” except for himself and others of those he deems to be in among the privileged sort).
Obama’s not a well man. I say, we send him to a nice, comfy rest home somewhere soon where he can fantasize about all the grandiose, ridiculous ideas he can manage. Like the zinger this so-called “Constitutional expert,” Barack Obama, uttered last week:
Barack Obama wants the Presidency to be the manager of Medicare, in other words, and Congress to demure to the White House as to managing this program. Somebody didn’t actually read (or study) that Constitution, and one guess who that is.
“A CIVIL WAR RAGES IN OBAMALAND”
— healthcare news links roundup and much more.
Hugh Hewitt has many informative posts today (07/20/09) and from Saturday (07/18/09) about the “Obama Care” mess.