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    You Want THEM To Control Healthcare?

    By Chuck Baldwin

    Among the scariest words ever heard are, "We are from the federal government, and we are here to help you."

    When you hear those words, pick up your peg leg and RUN, because you are about to get hammered.

    And that is exactly what is fixing to happen to the American people when the new Obama national healthcare law is fully implemented: we are going to get hammered.

    Anyone who believes that the federal government can manage anything efficiently is 8 years old, rationally challenged, or in the business of profiting from the federal government’s inefficiency. The only thing the federal government can do with precision is destroy things (and people). That is the one thing the feds can do with complete and total proficiency.

    Our first and greatest President, George Washington, understood this reality. He said, "Government is not reason; it is not eloquence; it is force! Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master." Amen.

    A recent AP report should serve as another illustration as to the folly of trusting the federal government with the supervision and care of anything beyond those narrowly limited responsibilities defined in the US Constitution. The July 27, 2010, report said:

    "A U.S. audit has found that the Pentagon cannot account for over 95 percent of $9.1 billion in Iraq reconstruction money, spotlighting Iraqi complaints that there is little to show for the massive funds pumped into their cash-strapped, war-ravaged nation."

    The report went on to say:

    "The Pentagon has repeatedly come under fire for apparent mismanagement of the reconstruction effort–as have Iraqi officials themselves.

    "Seven years after the U.S.-led invasion, electricity service is spotty, with generation capacity falling far short of demand. Fuel shortages are common and unemployment remains high, a testament to the country’s inability to create new jobs or attract foreign investors.

    "Complaints surfaced from the start of the war in 2003, when soldiers failed to secure banks, armories and other facilities against looters. Since then the allegations have only multiplied, including investigations of fraud, awarding of contracts without the required government bidding process and allowing contractors to charge exorbitant fees with little oversight, or oversight that came too late."

    Did you get that? "THE PENTAGON CANNOT ACCOUNT FOR OVER 95 PERCENT OF $9.1 BILLION IN IRAQ RECONSTRUCTION MONEY."

    But this is the same federal government that says it can manage America’s multibillion-dollar healthcare system efficiently and with less cost.

    Another report that caught my eye was this one dated August 12, 2010, and carried on My Way News. The report said:

    "The $700 billion U.S. bailout program launched in response to the global economic meltdown had a far greater impact overseas than other countries’ financial rescue plans did on the U.S., according to a new report from a congressional watchdog.

    "Billions of dollars in U.S. rescue funds wound up in big banks in France, Germany and other nations. That was probably inevitable because of the structure of the Treasury Department’s program, the Congressional Oversight Panel says in a new report issued Thursday.

    "The U.S. program aimed to stabilize the financial system by injecting money into as many banks as possible, including those with substantial operations overseas. Most other countries, by contrast, focused their efforts more narrowly on banks in their nations that usually lacked major U.S. operations."

    I’m sure everyone is glad to hear this, Amen? Aren’t you happy to learn that your hard-earned tax dollars "had a far greater impact overseas" than in the United States?

    In other words, ladies and gentlemen, big foreign banks (and internationally-owned banks) were the primary beneficiaries of the taxpayer-funded Wall Street bailouts.

    The report went on to say:

    "But the report says that if the U.S. had gotten more data on which foreign banks would benefit the most, the government might have been able to ask those countries to share some of the cost.

    "‘There were no data about where this money was going,’ panel chair Elizabeth Warren said in a conference call with reporters on Wednesday. ‘The American people have a right to know where the money went.’"

    Dear Reader, are you getting this? "IF THE U.S. HAD GOTTEN MORE DATA . . . THE GOVERNMENT MIGHT HAVE BEEN ABLE TO ASK THOSE COUNTRIES TO SHARE SOME OF THE COST"?

    This is the same government that is collecting nearly 2 billion pieces of electronic correspondence (emails, text messages, cellular calls, phone calls, etc.) EVERY DAY from virtually EVERY CITIZEN in the country. This is the same government that wants to electronically take our clothes off and look at every square inch of our naked bodies every time we get on a commercial airliner. But this same government was not able to obtain the data necessary to determine which foreign banks were going to receive billions of taxpayer bailout dollars? And, "There were NO DATA ABOUT WHERE THIS MONEY WAS GOING"?

    Ladies and gentlemen, I ask you, who are the morons here? These government politicians and bureaucrats (who are either the most inept, incompetent fools to ever live, or the most deceptive, duplicitous con artists on the planet), or We the People for putting up with these nincompoops?

    How, in the name of common sense, can anyone (or any State) be willing to forfeit to the federal government one additional cent or even an ounce more authority knowing that every dollar it grabs and every authority it garners is used only to increase the size of the shackles that it puts around our necks?

    And you want THEM to manage healthcare?

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    We need the "Reset"

    A complete reset where the federal government is 1/10th it's current size.

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    Anyone who voted for Obama or for some no-name candidate with zero chance of being elected is getting exactly what they deserve. Unfortunately the rest of us are stuck with it too. Obama signaled all his intentions throughout his campaign. Anyone with half a brain could see what he was going to do, but a lot of folks were blinded by Chimp hatred to the point they didn't care. I am sick of voting for the lesser of evils but sometimes it is the right thing to do.

    It will take a huge effort and years (if it is even possible)to stop and reverse the Obama takeovers, mandates, force and coercion, but it must be done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mase View Post
    Anyone who voted for Obama or for some no-name candidate with zero chance of being elected is getting exactly what they deserve. Unfortunately the rest of us are stuck with it too. Obama signaled all his intentions throughout his campaign. Anyone with half a brain could see what he was going to do, but a lot of folks were blinded by Chimp hatred to the point they didn't care. I am sick of voting for the lesser of evils but sometimes it is the right thing to do.

    It will take a huge effort and years (if it is even possible)to stop and reverse the Obama takeovers, mandates, force and coercion, but it must be done.
    Well, McSame would have done... the same. Remember, health care "reform" originated with a Republican, Mitt Romney. Obamacare is modeled on it, especially the mandate to buy coverage.

    That old mummy McSame is as much a statist as Obama, maybe more so.

    Our system is broken; there is no alternative - if you simply want the sort of ordered liberty/individual rights which the Constitution was created to enshrine and protect.

    We need - as a start - to give people real choice at election time. Not just Tweedle Dee (Democrat) or Tweedledum (Republican). It is obscene the obstacles that third parties have to go through just to get on the ballot.

    A reasonable number of signatures is all that should be required.

    And - every candidate on the ballot should be entitled to the same - free - air time (TV, radio) to get his message out. And be included in every major debate.

    No candidate should be allowed to receive any funding from any corporate interest. Individual contributions should be limited to $10,000.

    We'd get some reform this way - which is why it will never happen until after physical violence tears down the diseased mess we have right now.

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