Friday, June 29, 2012

American Aristocracy

It seems to me the decision of the Supreme Court regarding health care should prove once and for all that both sides of the aisle are working together for absolute power over "we the people." The problem is, now that the politicians are the aristocrats, that makes "we the people," the peasants. Don't you just love the way both parties got around the "mandate" issue. It's just a tax . . . but the President promised it wouldn't be. This entire health care proposal has always concerned me. I remember telling a friend back in 2009, that anyone still caught up in the health care mess by the time this was hashed out, would probably be in bondage to this plan until they died. I guess by making it a tax, the refusal penalty will actually be the fine for tax evasion. Not to worry, since it's a tax, if you can't afford the penalty, there's always incarceration and the health care in the prison system is pretty all encompassing. When it becomes your personal legal problem, unlike with your elected representative, you're actually guaranteed a public defender. What we have seen unfold regarding health care reform is simple. One, the people who have Medicare do not want everyone else to have government health care. Two, the politicians enjoy their health care on our dime, and we certainly will not have the care they are "entitled to." Third, this is basically a national version of what Mitt Romney put in place in Massachusetts, so it would seem the Presidential election is no real clear choice or difference, except the candidate's net worth. President Obama can fund raise and borrow as much money as Mitt Romney's father earned and left him. Fourth, to connect the big business of Insurance with Government mandate and taxes, we are officially moving into a fascist situation with both parties at the helm . . . As Americans continue to struggle through this not so recovering economy, it's only a matter of time with this health care reform, to watch the poor become even more impoverished and dependent upon the government and the aristocratic politicians become even more plutocratic, while the 98% of The One Percent end up leaving what's left of family farms and their million to long term health care. Modern medicine is now in the united powerful hands of big government and big business. It somehow doesn't feel that "we the people" are in "good hands."
Is any sick among you? let him call for the elders of the church; and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of Y'hshuwah: And the prayer of faith shall save the sick, and YHWH shall raise him up . . . New Testament
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