Is It Just Me?
Is the best man to repeal ObamaCare the one-term governor who hung RomneyCare like an albatross around the neck of Massachusetts? That has been the firm position of the GOP establishment (whatever that means, I’m gong with the GOP’s top ten big donors as voiced by the usual sock puppets today), who are publicly and loudly convinced that only Romney can beat Obama. Only the man with authorial pride in the greatest legislative blow to liberty can deliver us from the horror. What does this mean?
They want it to survive, the people be damned. ObamaCare looks to double the Medicaid roles, a program so good that it is a felony for any US medical personnel to discuss or provide treatment outside of Medicaid’s preposterously complex prescriptions regardless of the consequences for the Medicaid patient. Sarah nailed the scoundrels on the Death Panels. It was easy. They’ve been part and parcel of government managed health care since its mass arrival at the hands of the execrable Lyndon Baines Johnson, whose other hits included the Vietnam War and the War on Poverty. A presidency perhaps best summed up as guns and butter, launching a federal fiscal firestorm that laid the foundation for the Obama bankruptcy drive.
Faced with a grassroots revolt against the disassembly and micromismanagement of the already radically distorted and overmisgoverned American health care market, after a few weeks of tut-tuting and arguing for accommodation of the fait accompli that is ObamaCare (and the grassroots response that resulted in a run on tar, feathers, torches, and pitchforks, and the spasm of anti-Washington sentiment that saw historically radical change in the 2010 off year election) decided that the only way to retain this lucrative influx of mandatory K Street lobbyists to negotiate the quasi-nationalization of all major components of the American health care market. Every doctor I have visited since the passage of ObamaCare not associated with a major hospital or HMO is working on their parachute. As it stands today, many family practices are stretched beyond the breaking point, but are still ready to fight for the dream of serving patients, not Obama or his corporate cronies.
If you haven’t asked your personal physician about ObamaCare yet, why not? If you can, you might want to ask before you cast a primary vote for Willard Mitt Romney. A man who can’t defend his own career, capitalism, or his ridiculous budget busting, liberty smashing, “cost-saving” health care bill.
Electable? A vote for Romney is an endorsement of Obama and his legislative legacy of pain and death.
But do not forget Congress. If you volunteer for only one candidate in one election in your entire life, this is the year, this is the election cycle to do it. If we don’t, our grandchildren will be lashed to the yoke to pay Obama’s bills.