We Won’t Be Distracted from the Obamacare Fraud
Obama distracts the media with one scandal after another.
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I’ve noticed there’s some fallout starting to happen everywhere with Obama. I mean, the bloom’s off the rose, and I’m not denying that, but still there’s a large group of ’em, it’s fascinating, folks, it really is, where government is never wrong, final authority, government says it, that’s it. The only thing they’re upset about, the only thing is the NSA spying thing. They just can’t believe Obama would do that. Anything else, gospel.
So what is, as a means of trying to explain the tech world, Obamacare? Obamacare is essentially a computer virus, knowingly sold as clean software to trusting customers. And as this virus crashes people’s computers — and, by the way, it collects all of their private data while this is happening. It promises to improve their system, while this virus is knowingly sold as clean software that improves your operating system and makes you more productive, and makes it cheaper, as the virus crashes people’s computers while collecting all their private personal data at the same time, the Regime still markets and sells and distributes it, even while the virus is crashing people’s computers.
Then, when everyone’s computers crash, the Regime offers their solution to people with crashed computers, and that is brand-new software installed by the Regime that only has one operating system: the Regime’s operating system. And the only way you’ll be able to use your computer is through the Regime’s operating system. Your only options are what they make available. Thus, single payer socialized Internet. Single payer socialized medicine. Obamacare is a virus. It’s tearing everybody’s computer, i.e., health care, apart. And while this is happening the Regime continues to sell, market and distribute it, while people’s computers continue to crash. People’s health care continues to crash. The people who can fix your computer leave the industry. Doctors are leaving health care. It’s a little bit more involved than that, but that’s just a brief analysis.