Where’s Your Dictator Now?
Obama must be stopped.
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We know that Obama has been granting waivers to people who are finding it arduous to comply. He’s granted waivers to his union buddies. He’s granted waivers to — well, there are 2,500 of ’em. We know that members of Congress and their staff, after they whined and moaned about the cost, were promised subsidies to make it easier, to limit the hardship that accompanies Obamacare. Well, then, if he can dictate things, he can play dictator and change this part of it and change that part, even though it’s not the law, he can do that, why can’t he play dictator the other way? Why can’t he let you keep your policy? Why can’t he let you keep your doctor? Why can’t he give you $2,500?
Why can’t he make it easier for you if he does for others. If he’s a gonna play dictator in various aspects of this and make it harder on certain people he doesn’t like, like insurance companies, here’s a golden opportunity to use his dictatorial pretend powers and make it easy on you, but he doesn’t, does he? He’s not using his play dictator powers to make this easier for you, is he? He is for his cronies. So, taking the question, what happens if there’s no place to buy insurance, and yet you’re required by the law to do it? Steve said, “Maybe he’ll just assign you a policy.” What’s to stop him, folks? Seriously. What’s to stop him from? With everything that has happened, that’s a legitimate question to ask.
Okay, Obama’s just gonna decide. The administration is just gonna decide. Kathleen Sebelius, just gonna decide, “Okay, you are gonna get that policy. We’re gonna give you and others like you this policy, and that’s your insurance. And here’s what it costs and so forth,” and that’s now the law. I mean, that’s how they have been operating. What’s to stop him from doing something like that? Eventually, folks, that’s where we’re headed. I mean, single payer. What do you think single payer means? Single payer, as a phrase, may not really carry the intention we need. Single payer is government-run health care. Single payer is socialized medicine. Single payer is not good.