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Obamacare Was Never What It Was Represented To Be

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. /By Col. Tom Snodgrass / Friday, 08 November 2013 06:43

To simplify a very complicated subject, I’ve condensed my thoughts into a succinct numerical, point-by-point, outline format.

1.  President Barack Obama is on record telling the radical SEIU membership that he favored eventually instituting “single-payer” government healthcare, but he acknowledged that single-payer healthcare could not be achieved in one step because too many strong political forces opposed it. Obama stated that governmental single-payer would have to be achieved in incremental steps.

2.  Obamacare was concocted as the first incremental, stocking horse step toward a governmental single-payer plan. Obamacare was designed to ultimately fail in order to create a crisis that set the stage for adoption of government-controlled, single-payer healthcare. Obama’s scheme envisioned governmental single-payer healthcare coming into being after the existing private healthcare insurance market was destroyed by a chaotic rollout of Obamacare. The mechanism that is a key aspect of the chaotic rollout currently destroying private healthcare insurance is federal regulatory power that causes the discontinuation of existing private policies by imposing new, high-priced, frivolous requirements (e.g., maternity coverage for young men and old women) that were not in existing plans.

 3.  Obama sold his Obamacare to the American people with the oft-repeated lies: “If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period. If you like your health care plan, you’ll be able to keep your health care plan, period. No one will take it away, no matter what.” These lies were central to Obama’s secret scheme because he wanted to dispel any public apprehension and create the false impression that the transition to Obamacare would be uneventful and painless.

4.  Simply stated, Obama’s strategy was to make it impossible for the existing private healthcare policies to continue with Obamacare implementing regulations that piled on so many new, costly requirements for medical policies that the private insurance companies had no choice but to cancel existing policies and reissue them at much greater cost with all the Obamacare-mandated expensive and unnecessary bells and whistles.


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