Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Obamacare and other contrived pressure points

Obamacare has unleashed chaos into the American health care system... but it appears Obamacare has only managed to insure about two million people who were previously uninsured.

PJmedia notes:
A RAND study pours buckets of cold water on the Obama administration’s claims that it has nearly reached 7 million sign-ups for Obamacare. The whole point of Obamacare, supposedly, was to insure the uninsured and bend the cost curve down. Those who had insurance were supposed to be able to keep it. Families were supposed to start saving about $2500 a year. If you believed the Obama administration. 
Reality, according to RAND‘s study, is that the Obama administration’s 7 million figure is deceptive. Supposing 7 million have actually signed up and paid their first premium — which is not a given, as the administration claims it does not know how many have paid — two-thirds of those who did sign up already had insurance before Obamacare.
Meanwhile, how many previously insured people are now uninsured?

Things will go even more out-of-line when Obamacare premiums inevitably bubble ever higher.

And Obamacare is only one of our artificially contrived pressure points.

Couple the collapse of American health care with the curtailment of America's industrial base and electrical generation capacity sought under the guise of preventing 'climate change,' and our problems grow exponentially.

How many millions will be displaced, or even die, as the result of what's shaping up to be a politically orchestrated national suicide?

Don't worry. Today's progressive American government seems convinced it can recruit new immigrants to replace any vacancies created by the current push for systemic and societal fundamental transformation.


  1. Hey Doug,

    I honestly believe that the end purpose is to crash the system so Hillary can ride in in 2016 and propose her single payer(the holy grail) of the left.

    1. Hmm... Hillary proposes HIllary Care, and appears to vindicate her plan pitched, but ditched because of public outcry when Bill was president. Sounds plausible.