Self-described as “advocates for a better and more evenhanded world,” sent a fundraising letter to Democrat voters, claiming that “millionaires who run the biggest corporations on Earth want to hack the social insurance programs the rest of us rely on.” By slashing, they are referring to the reasonable proposal to enlarge eligibility age for Medicare, to associate Medicare to income, and to update/privatize it.
Who are these “mega-corporations” that it appears that desire to obliterate our healthcare? Public Citizen points out that CEOs of AT&T, Boeing, Dow Chemical, Exxon, Mobil, General Electric, JPMorgan, and Wal-Mart have no thought “what it’s like to worry if you can stop working with self-esteem and security.”
So far, class separation and envy rhetoric, blaming the “wickedness” rich for the world’s problems and communal injustice, has worked for progressives since they plea to the lowest in sequence voters, people who watch “realism” television and take their news in sequence from comedians on the alphabet soup channels, the media machine of the Democrat Party.
It is not the CEOs who have shattered the center class and the occasion to succeed in America, it is the race baiters, politicians, and the group of people organizers who keep the low in sequence voters misinformed and beholden to their supposed saviors, the very people who manage them and advantage from their misfortunes.
Somebody needs to tell low in sequence Democrats that medical care is not a human right, it is a service, provided by medical professionals who wait for to be paid for their service, know-how, and the many years they’ve exhausted in medical school studying industriously for exams, writing papers, dissecting, doing 36-hour rotations at hospitals for gratis, paying high tuition fees, and buying high-priced field books. These medical professionals have loans to pay back, families to feed, bills to pay, office overhead costs, malpractice insurance (due to the enormously litigious civilization that we live in), and employees who must be paid for their work as well.
Somebody should too tell uninformed Democrats that Medicare was not designed as a worldwide, single-payer health insurance system and that it is President Obama who is stripping Medicare of $719 billion over the after that ten years in arrange to fund his high-priced Affordable Care Act. Additionally, Americans have not asked for a single-payer, national socialized health mind system but they got it, it is the law; even if ACA is defunded totally, all Americans must still pay the tax next year if they do not have evidence of assurance