Now the Nightmare is Real

Posted by on Jul 28 2010 | Health Care, PPC

Thank goodness Congress passed Obama Care, because now at least we know what’s in it, right Nancy Pelosi? The bureaucratic nightmare that is the health care “reform” bill was, until this point, a horror movie where the scary monsters were still lurking in the shadows and hadn’t yet revealed themselves to the audience. But as we all know, a scary movie ain’t scary until the monsters make their gruesome debut. Unfortunately for Americans, the monsters lurking in the health care bill outnumber even the most sadistic projections. For example:

  • $569 billion in higher taxes
  • swelling of the ranks of Medicaid by 16 million
  • the creation of two new bureaucracies with powers to impose future rationing
  • that tangled, bureaucratic mess you see in the upper left
  • 17 major insurance mandates
  • Speaking of major insurance mandates, the Right to Health Care Choice ballot initiative is just inches away from being on your ballot in November. We are confident that we have met the quota, and we’re looking forward to beginning the next phase of this process – educating voters about the initiative.

    As more information trickles out about this horrifying monstrosity, even President Obama finds it difficult to continue some of his most cherished lies talking points. Keep your health insurance if you like it? Naahhhh. They’d rather force you to drop it so you become dependent on government rationed health care. (only of course, after you wait your turn). It’s terrifying to think that even with the most rosy projections, Obama Care does nothing to insure more Americans or reduce health care costs. Why, who could have ever imagined that this bill would result in exactly the opposite of what was intended? The only people who gain from unleashing this hell on the public are the politicians who will take credit for “doing something” long before that “something” is put into place, and the insurance companies who now enjoy an entire populace forced into buying their product.

    Stay tuned for updates on our initiative. I’ll report right here when we get official word that we’re on the ballot. *fingers crossed*

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