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Here we are, doing just what American’s do best – complicate a simple issue. Maybe it is arrogance, perhaps stupidity. Our, dare I say, “right”, to receive quality healthcare is at issue – all the way up to the Supreme Court. 2700 pages of bureaucratic gibberish that the Obama administration has failed to adequately structure, explain and sell to America. It was dead from the start, and to quote the Church Lady, “Well, isn’t that just special!”. What an utter waste of time, while people suffer.
Listen, health insurance costs too much. If you’re not part of a group, it’s too hard to get. And, don’t lay any of that Conservative crap on me about entitlements, Saul Alinsky, socialism and pull yourself up by your bootstraps. Health insurance should not be “tied in” to your job, your boss should not be allowed to tell you how to manage your body and mind, and nobody should have to buy it, if they don’t want it.
Arrogance and stupidity are our worst enemy, not Obama. Rush Limbaugh is not arrogant, he, by his own admission, is “seriously frightened”. Jeffrey Toobin, isn’t either, but talks about a “train wreck”. It is both arrogant and stupid for anyone to claim “we” have the best healthcare system in the world. We don’t. I don’t understand why that doesn’t annoy more people. It might be that most Americans are not only apathetic, but identify most with being docile sheep, conforming to what they’re told to do and think, afraid of questioning anything, especially if it involves their job. I don’t care how it got that way, why it is the perceived “norm” or why anyone prefers that it stays that way. Being an iconoclast, I don’t believe in sustaining “institutions”, especially if they don’t work. Health care doesn’t work.