Obamacare Cannot Work (By Design)
Gathering power for the government is the true goal.
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It’s all by design, folks.
This is all part of the plan. The long-term Obama plan is to eliminate private-sector insurance as a business, because the long-term objective is single-payer, government-run health care. They know that they can’t just wave a magic wand and say, “Starting next year, all private sector insurance is dead and have you to go to the government to get your insurance.” Nobody would put up with that.
So the way Obamacare is designed is to make it impossible for people like Blue Cross or Aetna or United or Humana to make a profit; therefore, make it impossible for them to stay in business. So what will happen is these evil, greedy, private sector insurance companies will pull out — and Obama and the Democrats will run around saying, “See? You just can’t trust the private sector! See? These people only care about profit.
“See? They don’t care about you. They don’t care that you’re sick. They don’t care that your grandmother is sick. All they care about is their profit. Well, good riddance,” when the truth will have been the characteristics of Obamacare have made it impossible for them to stay in businesses. So it’s actually quite brilliant. Obama and the Democrats want the government to be the sole place any of us can go for insurance, but they can’t mandate that in a law.
Nobody would support it.