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Democrats STILL Seeking Government Takeover of Healthcare, Lying to Sell the Myth of “Free” Healthcare

The democrats are using several LIES to sell this push for government run, a.k.a. “single-payer” healthcare.

They say it will be more affordable. Remember Barack Hussein Obama promising it would cut premiums by $2,500 per year for most families? In actuality, premiums went UP as much as 400% in some cases.

Obama also promised “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.” Yet many doctors would not, and do not accept Obamacare, meaning you had to find a doctor that would.

They say that under Obamacare, millions more got health insurance. They don’t discuss the millions who were KICKED OFF their health insurance, and had to pay much higher premiums to cover the freeloaders. Nor do the tell you that having insurance is not the same as having healthcare, as described above because not all doctors take that insurance.

They say healthcare will be “free.” Someone promising you something for nothing is ALWAYS lying to you. There is no such thing as “free” when it comes to cost. SOMEONE has to pay the price. Everyone WILL pay the price in the form of higher taxes on a whole host of things, fees, etc. They also tell you healthcare is a “right.” A “right,” by definition, does not infringe upon or take away from another person. That means that everyone who supports the idea that “free” healthcare is somehow a “right” also supports legalized theft and slavery because to make it “free” means you would either take the money from someone else to pay for it, or you would require the doctor to treat you without compensation, which is slavery.

Being that “free” healthcare is also a socialist idea (actually closet communist since it always involves more government control), as always, it ignores human nature in forecasting the results. Doctors who aren’t being reimbursed adequately to cover their costs either will not accept that insurance, or if forced to, will eventually just stop practicing medicine, as many have done. That means a shortage of doctors. When something is “free,” people will consume more of it than if their is a cost they must consider vs. spending those dollars on other necessities. That means increased demand for doctors. Increased demand on fewer doctors inevitably leads to longer wait times and inferior care. It has happened EVERYWHERE this has been tried.

If you are a recent product of the public school system, unless your parents had a good head on their shoulders and raised you right, there’s a good chance you believe the drivel you have been indoctrinate with by our liberal/socialist/communist public school system. You have been taught that basically everything the democrats are saying is right and good.

Hear me now, believe me later. Don’t take my word for it. Do UNBIASED research, and apply common sense and human nature to what you find. Educate yourself on what has worked in the past (i.e. NOT socialism and more government control of things), and what is likely to work in the future.

It’s not too late YET, but we’re quickly approaching the point of no return in terms of having enough people smart enough, educated enough, and honest enough to keep America from collapsing into an idiocracy, and just collapsing completely.

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Democratic chairman begins prep work for legislation to enact ‘single payer’ healthcare

House Budget Committee Chairman John Yarmuth, D-Ky., has asked the Congressional Budget Office to analyze the effects of shifting all healthcare costs onto the federal government, a first step toward the “Medicare for all” legislation sought by progressives.

“Members of Congress developing proposals seeking to establish a single-payer system will face many important decisions that could have major implications for federal spending, national healthcare spending, and access to care,” Yarmuth said in a letter to Keith Hall, the director of the CBO.

 

Read entire article here: Democratic chairman begins prep work for legislation to enact ‘single payer’ healthcare

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