“The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of ‘liberalism’ they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.”

Socialist Party presidential candidate Norman Thomas

Tuesday, September 06, 2016

We are in the end-game toward single-payer

Single-payer health care is the holy grail of socialist/liberal agenda items, but the American people wouldn't fall for it. So Obama and the Pelosi shrew rammed through Obamacare as a reasonable facsimile thereof.

And as predicted by anybody with two functioning neurons, the Obamacare sham is crumbling by the minute. Insurers are pulling entirely out of Obamacare marketplaces leaving one and sometimes no providers, premiums are skyrocketing to the point that guess what? Millions of Americans are left with only one choice, which isn't really a choice is it?

It's what the administration blithely refers to as the "Public option". Or in other words, Medicaid.

This was the plan all along, obvious to everybody but the most retarded democrats. Obama and the democrats have wanted single payer for decades so they created Frankenstein's monster, Obamacare, knowing that eventually it would collapse and leave them no choice but to "rescue" uninsured Americans with the Public Option (Medicaid).

This removal of tens of millions of previously insured Americans off private insurance and onto welfare insurance, will ultimately cause the private insurance companies, at least the ones brave enough to remain in the dwindling market, to collapse for lack of customers.....eventually forcing literally everybody onto the public option.....ta da, European-style single payer.

Here is Obama indicating his regard for the American people and their preposterous, antiquated notions of free market capitalism.


david said...

brilliant and time-tested strategy. Create a problem and then offer a solution. Many have used it. And we will fall for it everytime!

Isaac A. Nussbaum said...

Spot on, David. The old Hegelian dialectic - problem, reaction, solution - honed to an art form.