“Obamacare Is to Health Reform What Bank Bailouts Are to Financial System Reform, Which Is to Say it Is the Opposite of What its Name Implies”

It seems like all I have posted lately is news of the health care reform debate, for which I apoligize. However, that seems to be the big topic in the news lately. Anyway, here’s more on it (and it seems that the tide is turning against the Obamessiah, but when has that ever stopped the government from doing what it wanted to do anyway?).

From Washington’s Blog:

Pop quiz.

Guess who wrote the following, someone on the left or the right:

 

These are not really “town meetings” at all, at least in the sense of the town meetings I grew up with, and started out covering as a young journalist in Connecticut–that is, meetings called and run democratically, with leaders elected from the floor, open to all residents of a community.

These “town meetings” are really nothing but propaganda sessions run by members of Congress who are trying to burnish their fraudulent credentials as public servants, and trying to perpetrate a huge fraud of a health care bill that purports to be a progressive “reform” of the US health care system, but that actually further entrenches the control of that system by the insurance industry, and to a lesser extent, the hospital and drug industry.

ObamaCare is to health reform what bank bailouts are to financial system reform, which is to say it is the opposite of what its name implies…

Americans are about to be royally screwed on health care reform by the president and the Democratic Congress, just as they’ve been screwed by them on financial system “reform.”

Read the rest:

http://georgewashington2.blogspot.com/2009/08/obamacare-is-to-health-reform-what-bank.html

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