Congratulations, Democrats

Your socialization of  medicine was rammed down the throats of the American people with as much cynicism, trickery, deliberate obfuscation, and budgetary tomfoolery as has ever been seen for a major piece of legislation in the history of the republic.

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6 responses to “Congratulations, Democrats

  1. Socialised healthcare is what we have in the UK.
    Our child mortality rate is better than yours.
    Our life expectancy is better than yours.
    We pay less than you.
    in fact, on every count, our EVIL SOCIALISED healthcare system, is far better than yours.
    I wish you conservatives would just accept that you’re selfish.
    *smug look*

  2. JB

    “on every count, our EVIL SOCIALISED healthcare system, is far better than yours.”

    That’s a bald faced lie, and you know it.

  3. forest

    I know two people in the UK. One is basically a ward of the State, and the other uses loads of his money to buy private medical services because he won’t use the NHS.

  4. JB

    Washington (CNN) – A majority of Americans have a dim view of the sweeping health care bill passed by the House, saying it gives Washington too much clout and won’t do much to reduce their own health care costs or federal deficits, according to a new poll released Monday.

    A CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll found that 59 percent of those surveyed opposed the bill, and 39 percent favored it. All of the interviews were conducted before the House voted Sunday night, but the contents of the bill were widely known.

    In addition, 56 percent said the bill gives the government too much involvement in health care; 28 percent said it gives the government the proper role and 16 percent said it leaves Washington with an inadequate role.

    On the question of costs, 62 percent said the bill increases the amount of money they personally spend on health care; 21 percent said their costs would remain the same and 16 percent said they would decrease.

    The poll’s results about the bill’s fiscal impact were particularly stark: 70 percent of respondents said they believed deficits would go up because of the bill; 17 percent felt they would stay the same and 12 percent said they would go down.

  5. forest

    “Shut up.” Obama explained.

    All those peasants needn’t worry. Cost projections for this kind of thing are always accurate, and it’s gonna cut the deficit!

    http://reason.com/blog/2010/03/21/if-past-is-prologue-when-it-co

  6. forest

    Alright, this one is settled. The House Judiciary Committee chair says the “Good and Welfare” clause permits the Federal Government to mandate that individuals purchase a specific good or service. that clause and “some others”.

    I’ve never heard of it, but I’m sure he knows better – he’s from the government, and he’s here to help -just like his wife helped (herself).

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