Don’t tell me what’s in Obama Care
Nancy Pelosi said about Affordable Health Care in 2010, “we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.”
Guess what? I don’t want to find out what is in it. It’s thousands of pages long. It would be like me rereading all at once, “War and Peace,” “Brothers Karamazov,” “Moby Dick” and “Don Quixote.” I am not a bureaucrat nor am I paid by the public to administer the public’s lives. I’d rather read literature than self-interested regulations.
Every day I hear from average Americans that they didn’t think Obama care was going to be this bad. Even the naïve, ideological democrats are miffed.
What did they expect? What fool would take one of the best health care systems in the world and try to revamp it. What inexperienced President would add millions of uncovered individuals to the system, add layers of bureaucracy, paperwork and regulations while having no clue as to where to get the additional doctors necessary and the supplemental money to support the new clerks and IRS agents.
What sophomoric president would try to revamp the entire health system rather than to twitch and tweak it and make it better?
We have just begun to hear the complaints about this ridiculous folly, Obama care. As we go along thousands of problems will come out of the woodwork. But I don’t want to know about them. I don’t want to read about them. I am sickened how such a stupid voting populace could back Obama’s vain hunt for glory in an ill-planned revamping of our health care system.
Obama wanted to leave his stamp on the nation. He wanted to do something big. Because he wasn’t politically sophisticated enough to do anything he chose to do everything. As time goes by you will see he ruined the health care system and the economy. He has affected all of our lives—negatively.
He was elected the first time to revamp the economy. He didn’t even try. As for health care, he has tried too hard. Harvard educated or not, he is just not bright or open-minded enough.
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