Obamacare: The Government Control Take Over of Health & the Theft of Your Children, Grand Children and Generations to Come
What President, what Congressman, what political party would do this to children and future generations? Who in good conscience would inflict a $1.3 trillion debt on the people in the midst of a recession with over 10% unemployment?
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. (US Constitution)
The passage by Nancy Pelosi and the House of Representatives of the latest version of the governments take over of health care in an attempt to control “We the People” not only is a slap in the face of personal liberties provided by the US Constitution, but also places a debt beyond comprehension to future generations. What happened to our civil liberties?
Hat Tip: Vanderbilt – ‘09
In the process of sacrificing the freedoms of our Country, the Radical Reformers are scrambling to rip apart the vision the Constitution provides for us. To finance their unrealistic attempts to remake America (and perhaps the world) to suit their foolish and peculiar aspirations, generations to come are being willfully robbed of their birthrights. We cannot let these Societal Misfits consume our children’s future by spending them into slavery!
How could a government place such a burden upon its people while forcing them to buy their insurance or fear fines and jail time. This is the same Obama government that refuses to imprison illegals, yet would arrest their own citizens for lack of government controlled insurance?
Even though only 29% of American voters would advise their Congressman to vote for Obamacare, Nancy Pelosi and the left wing radicals in the House did so any ways ramming a world of future debt down the throats of future generations, let alone a bad piece of legislation. In the end, the vote could hardly be considered bi-partisan as only one RINO voted for Obamacare, the Pelosi edition, while 39 Democrats voted against it.
The cost of this healthcare bill will not only be the destruction of private insurance in the United States and enslaving Americans to a government run and controlled option, but the $1.3 trillion mountain of debt that future generations will never be able to pay off. However, since when does the government ever get the cost of any program correct. Just look at the projected costs of Medicare.
CT Senator Joe Lieberman put it best when he said that he would filibuster the bill and never let it come to a final vote because the cost and debt would create a worse problem than any perceived health care issue.
“The public option plan is unnecessary. It has been put forward I am convinced by people who really want the government to take over all of health insurance.”
Worse than that, we have a problem that is even greater than the health care problem and that is the debt.
“If the public option plan is in there, as a matter of conscience, I will not allow this bill to come to a final vote…
The fact of the matter is that Obamacare will not cut costs, it will not improve insurance, it will not cover all the so-called uninsureds … but it will cost future generations trillions of dollars for years to come. Obamacare will raise taxes on anything moving. How else does anyone really think this will be paid for?
One has to wonder why? Why would anyone want to inflict this bill on “We the People” and the future generations. It has nothing to do with health care. It does have to do with enslaving the people to the federal government. Any one who truly cared about the American people, would scrap this BS and start over from the beginning.
Both the House and Senate bills will cost well over $1 trillion over the next ten years. The CBO scores the Senate bill at $829 billion and the House bill at $1.055 trillion, but only because of the most transparent budget gimmicks. The Senate Budget Committee puts the fully-implemented price tag at roughly $2.5 trillion for the first decade – demolishing the president’s promise that reforms would not cost more than $900 billion.
The cost curve for spending gets bent…up. The CBO says spending in both bills rises at 8 percent annually as far as the eye can see and CMS actuary Richard Foster says that national health spending gets worse, not better. So much for the president’s repeated assurances that reform would slow the rate of health care inflation.
New entitlements plus cost growth equals taxes, and debt, debt, debt. The CBO only scores the bills as reducing the deficit because Democrats pretend that Medicare docs will get slashed by over 20 percent in two years. Reality says Congress will borrow about $240 billion for the “doc fix”. Democrats pretend they will cut over $400 billion out of Medicare through more vigorous price controls – cuts that will never live to see the light of day. Get ready for a bubble in health entitlement debt.