Skip to comments.Obamacare was mainly aimed at redistributing wealth
Posted on 04/01/2010 9:29:24 PM PDT by Nachum
It hasn't attracted much notice, but recently some prominent advocates of Obamacare have spoken more frankly than ever before about why they supported a national health care makeover. It wasn't just about making insurance more affordable. It wasn't just about bending the cost curve. It wasn't just about cutting the federal deficit. It was about redistributing wealth.
Health reform is "an income shift," Democratic Sen. Max Baucus said on March 25. "It is a shift, a leveling, to help lower income, middle income Americans."
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It wasn’t designed to redistribute wealth from the poor, middle class, and wealthy to the ultrarich.
Resdestributinbg wealth? Thats why its unconstitutional. The government has no constitutional authority to redistribute wealth.
as was the Porkulus bill
So this is the lie they will play to make you want to vote for them. The only distribution going on is into private slush funds to make the rich(them)richer.
Don’t believe them even when they start presenting fake proof of it. They lie, lie and lie.
It’s supposed to provide everyone with “the best healthcare available”, but nothing that was taken from someone else and given to you can be good as what you got by your own honest labor.
It is more than that, it is anti-family. Women and men with children will be a huge cost burden under the healthcare bill to corporations which has already been exposed. Single men and women who become married and have children provide a disincentive for corporations to allow and encourage their careers to continue to advance...demotions are encouraged from a cost point of view.
Here is an article on the abolition of the family itself as a result of the healthcare bill...without a family structure, TRIBALISM and CAVEMAN clans are not possible, much less nation-states. The gay agenda, abortions, joblessness, zero interest rates, profit turned to cultural sin, Bill Gates recommendation for sterility vaccines, higher taxes for married couples, all fit into a depopulation agenda in concert with a Marxist agenda:
Family relationships re Obama discussed by psychologist:
“”It is a shift, a leveling, to help lower income, middle income Americans”
An artificial leveling that rewards sloth and penalizes thrift and resourcefulness—naturally increasing the incentives of the former and decreasing the incentives of the latter.
In other words, a folly that would be punished in the individual but is rewarded and deemed praiseworthy by the diseased minds of all too many.
WE KNEW IT, I'm just surprised they are admitting it so readily now!
They got their vote, they don't care, we are now their prisoners!
Me too. The funny thing is that the White House talking points memo seems to have not been read recently. Obama is out discussing how wonderful the law is because of its cost/access benefits, while his cronies are telling a different story.
These guys are drunk with power and are frothing at the mouth.
They don’t seem to have their stories straight cause it’s all lies, once you tell one lie, you have to continue to tell more lies to cover it!
That’s why it has money for IRS thugs and no doctors.
ObummerCaries was mainly aimed at the rain falling on the plain in Spain, to redistribute bull manure evenly in the bullring so the matador will not slip on the bull ___ thus creating 41,000 new jobs [deep manure shovelers] in Seville.
In his halting, jumbled style, Baucus explained that in recent years "the maldistribution of income in America has gone up way too much, the wealthy are getting way, way too wealthy, and the middle income class is left behind." The new health care legislation, Baucus promised, "will have the effect of addressing that maldistribution of income in America."
At about the same time, Howard Dean, the former Democratic National Committee chairman and presidential candidate, said the health bill was needed to correct economic inequities. "The question is, in a democracy, what is the right balance between those at the top ... and those at the bottom?" Dean said during an appearance on CNBC. "When it gets out of whack, as it did in the 1920s, and it has now, you need to do some redistribution. This is a form of redistribution."
Summing things up in the New York Times, the liberal economics columnist David Leonhardt called Obamacare "the federal government's biggest attack on economic inequality since inequality began rising more than three decades ago."
Same effect as Reparations...just not using that word.
I love them!