There is Governor Romneycare, who created the original of which Obamacare is a copy.
There is Governor Perry, a man who fully supports the underclassing and the suppression of Christianity by state power combined with state sponsorship of alternatives to Christianity such as Islam.
There Newt Gingrinch, who talks like a right winger, but is an entryist.
He supported the key element of Obamacare, the individual mandate. He supported Scozzafava, an extreme left candidate inserted into the Republican party by an openly entryist far left organization.
He points out that we end up taking care of the uninsured anyway, and proposed to fix this by providing more socialism for everyone, rich and poor alike.
The correct solution for the uninsured is not to make health care more socialist for everyone, but to provide
death camps free government doctors and hospitals with death panels.
If you don’t want to face the
death camps free government doctors and hospitals with death panels, you pay for your own health care.
The long term trend is for any semi socialist industry that everyone depends on is to become ever more socialist, more left wing, more oppressive, ever more tyrannical, and ever more murderous (example, British National Health System treats elderly people who are having trouble breathing with barbiturates – which depress breathing)
If, however, you have a government hospital system that only treats the poor and the desperate, the natural trend is that no one cares how shitty the government health cares is provided the private system is fine, so a free public system with for pay private tends over time to approximate the libertarian solution: That those that cannot pay, shall have little or no medical care.
If you have socialist health care for the poor, and private health care for the rest, then the natural tendency of government to cruelty, tyranny, murder, and corruption, tends over time to approximate private health care plus some pious rituals to make people feel better about dumping those that are poor and sick and who no one cares about.
If, however, you have socialist health care for everyone, you wind up with the state exercising power of life and death over everyone.
Gingrich in 2005 wanted to fix problems with a bit of socialism for everyone, rather than a bit of socialism for the poor.
Today, you need to simulate politically correctness, which is to say left wing views, to get into university. Tomorrow, you may well have to simulate left wing views to avoid getting your organs harvested for the greater good.
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