Thursday, June 18, 2009

Once Broken - can we bring back Private Healthcare?

Nothing in history, nothing in the body of law, nothing in national precedent requires a national healthcare system that is MANDATED. Nothing indicates that the quality of health care will improve and the opposite realities exist in countries that have the sort of plan in place that the current administration wants to shove down our throats.

There will still be private physicians who will be wildly expensive - and we'll all be saving up to go there instead of dealing with the medical-mill the government will offer those who can't afford the higher tier of private care. I lived in Great Britain. I saw for myself. It was a gloomy, depressing system there and the Democrats want to pull us down.

Will the legislators go to the public/government clinics with the great unwashed in our Nation's Capital? Highly doubtful. But if they impose this health care program on us, they should be required by law to use the system they impose and ONLY the system they impose on the nation.


Red said...

This is one of the biggest pieces of non-necessary legislation ever to be crammed down our maws. It shows the real motivation: fascism. I'll be saving my money to attend a private doctor thank you. Either that or I'll go into medicine myself.

Opus #6 said...

Gosh, I hope this monstrosity doesn't pass.

Anonymous said...

I believe the saying goes,"it is easier to lose a right than to get one back".

Sure,we will be able to, but it will be a long hard road back to it.

Euripides said...

We've set ourselves up for this for years now. I'm not too surprised about mandated health insurance. I am surprised that Obama thinks that this system has any chance of being self-sustaining. I am afraid that it too will rush the US into crisis, just as Social Security and Medicare seem to be doing.

WoFat said...

The Obamanistas have a goal; Socialism. If it works or not isn't considered, the goal is everything.

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