Friday, March 04, 2011

ObamaCare is a ticking time bomb


“If there is a bomb under the foundation of your house, you do not propose “tweaking” it. You want it disarmed, removed, and dismantled … (“ObamaCare”) is designed to radically alter both the financing mechanism and the practice of medicine itself. It is a destructive mechanism, the equivalent of a bomb, and it must be wholly repealed …
“Genuine, much-needed reform is the opposite of ObamaCare. Instead of putting a government-directed managed-care cartel in charge of micromanaging every detail, we need to evict them form the medical office. Both patients and physicians who have become addicted to the third-party money will find this difficult. It is hard to trun down the government subsidy, to refuse to sign the contracts, and to trust Providence and each other rather than Washington, D.C. …”
--- Jane M. Orient, M.D, “What must be done on ObamaCare,”  TEA PARTY REVIEW,  March 2011, Vol. 1, No. 1

ObamaCare is not about health care. It is about controlling health care. It has everything to do with central planning. It is about a socialized, government-run and controlled health  care system. It needs to be repealed, or at least defunded. Otherwise, it will lead to higher deficits and overall debt. Furthermore, implementing ObamaCare will lead to a drop in the overall quality of care, a reduction of the health care options available to Americans, and it will create death panels. We need to look past the rhetoric and the lies of the Administration and the Democrats in Congress.

The Conservatives in Congress need to do all they can to stop ObamaCare at the very least by cutting off its lifeblood, funding. The Continuing Resolution passed by the House was a good start, however, they need to stand strong in the looming fights ahead. It would be worth shutting down government for as long as it takes in order to insure the current spending cuts, including and especially Obama-care related cuts, take place for fiscal year 2011!

1 comment:

Inspector Clouseau said...

We have a tendency in America to argue for or against a concept based on our own personal philosophy or view of the world, what advances our personal interests, or the interests of our party, family, organization, or region. Perhaps viewing the issue from a management or systemic perspective might result in innovative approaches to the issue. The American national mindset, citizen philosophy, lack of citizen motivation to be proactively healthy, and governance model make the socialization of health care in America very problematic, particularly at this point in time. A country needs to know its limitations.