The Administration is feverishly trying to recruit young people to sign up for ObamaCare before the end of March deadline, using an ad campaign designed to please viewers of “The Daily Show.” However, they would probably want to bury the following words of truth spoken by Robert Reich, Bill Clinton’s Secretary of Labor, especially regarding his points about insurance for younger people.
Although Mr. Reich did not play a key role in creating ObamaCare, nevertheless his views are shared by many of those who did. The only difference is, he has the guts to say what they truly intend this health care system to be, and implies the rest are just lying to you. Check this video out, and remember it the next time you see an ObamaCare sales pitch. (Hat tip to Morgenr for posting this)
I don’t necessarily agree with him that the current system avoids sick people. Rather, the system may not provide insurance for some sick patients, but instead provides care in a very expensive way – at the emergency room. About the new system though, Mr. Reich has it basically correct.
This clip has been around for a long time, but was ignored. No one wanted to believe that our President would purposely misrepresent his health care system. Most wanted to believe that he intends us only good. Of course he does! – that’s why, in his own words, he had to break his (declared) promises so he wouldn’t break “… an even more important (undeclared) promise.” That would be the secret promise of all Progressives – to move us toward their version of Utopia, with truth or with lies, whether or not we want to go.
Hope you like our ObamaCare Utopia! If not, no worries! We can tweak it and tweak it to obtain even more Progress until, a hundred years from now, Government-mandated health care will be, perhaps, half as good as what we originally had.
Of course, we may lose a few patients along the way, but it will be for a noble cause: Fairness – “Lousy Health Care for All!” (except for our Political Class and our one-percenters, who will skate above the requirements that the rest of us will live and die by).