a reply to: ketsuko
The problems with universal health care and free higher education is that they aren't free
Agreed nothing is free but somethings are worth paying for and somethings should be provided for everyone (Education and Healthcare) in a first world
nation. Especially one that identifies itself as a super power and spends billions in destroying , rebuilding and supporting foreign entities.
Having an educated healthy population will give you a good return on your economic investment and will greatly benefit humanity and the nation.
Having said that: Obamacare provides none of that. It was designed by the Healthcare industry to benefit the healthcare industry.
3 largest healthcare Earnings In Billions after Obamacare :
Earnings In Billions after Obamacare
, and when you get government involved, the costs go up making them much less then free even if the actual point-of-sale user doesn't feel the
This is a republican oxymoron .
Republicans like to blame and paint gov't as an inefficient , financially uncountable spending machine. Which they are right up to a point.
However the part that the Republicans like to overlook or leave out of the equation is that gov't is not the one that creates,drafts regulations and
procedures. Sure it looks like that on paper but in reality its the lobbying industry that drafts the laws with their dream team of lawyers to benefit
the Oligopolies. Our politicians simply sign the form to get their re-election money and MSM protection. Hence you get Pelosi saying you must pass the
bill to understand what is in the bill. Its because they don't even read it let alone write it.
The gov't today is run by Oligopoly so gov't is private industry. So for Republicans to blame gov't is disingenuous at best when its the private
industries that create and draft the laws.
The biggest issue with this is that republicans are derailed from seeing the real truth by using the gov't as scapegoats. The real problem is the very
very very thin line between gov't and Oligopolies.
The Oligopolies like to create laws that encourages spending tax payers money because they are in the receiving end of that spending.
* AND NO PARTY WANTS TO HAVE THAT TALK*
It means telling people they will get less across the board. It just does
The reason they don't wan't to have that talk is not because it means they are telling people they will get less.
Its because the system is run by Private Oligopolies who are always on the winning end on some of the most hated oligopoly industries.
The system isn't broke for the Oligopolies its only broke for the tax paying consumer and BOTH the DNC and the GOP are part of the Oligopoly tool set
to manipulate the public into their agenda.
Hence that is why regardless of Party you always end up with the same thing and often republicans leading the way despite their rhetoric.
1. Bigger gov't
2. More Taxes
3. More anti consumer friendly regulations.
4. Less private individual rights.
There are three fairy tales that amazes me that people still believe in this day an age:
1. Man made religion.
2. The DNC and the GOP care more about their party belief system , than the Money it takes to survive.
3. Oligopolies care more about party ideals than about money and profit.
In order for the DNC and the GOP to differ from each other both the politicians and the billion dollar powerhouse Oligopolies would have to care more
about political ideals than money.
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