You’re supposed to feel good about helping others who are truly needy and why you need to work harder and harder for them. Just pay all your taxes and shut up, most progressives would tell you.
In reality, most people are not happy about working for others (especially if they are not doing at least some work), and if ObamaCare is working at all; it’s working for 20 percent of people who don’t have to pay for it at all. They are truly getting “Free Health Care” and I bet they love it.
How long can this go on? Until we have to submit to single payer or (if we still have the fight for it) civil war, or managing to get a Convention of States going.
You can’t rely on the mainstream media to push back on this. They loved Barack Obama and any socialist dream envisioned going back to the late great Karl Marx aka the progressives version of Santa Claus.
The Bolshevik revolution has finally come to America. It took 100 years at the time when it happened in Russia, but it’s finally here. How fast will it devourer America? It depends on how we can fight back against it.
I agree with Conservative Review’s Daniel Horowitz. The land of the free is no longer free…Liberty that is. There is a price for government handouts, in more ways than one.
For those of you getting hit with $2,000-$3,000 monthly premiums for basic medical insurance, take comfort in the fact that 20 percent of all Obamacare consumers are getting absolutely free coverage. And that doesn’t even include those enrolled in Medicaid expansion. In our times, a handout is a right, but free enterprise and the right to keep the fruits of one’s labor are forbidden. One hundred years after the Bolshevik revolution, the land of the free is no longer free.
On Monday, the AP reported that one in five insurance customers were completely subsidized and paid zero in monthly premiums:
Consumers are getting the word that taxpayer-subsidized health plans are widely available for next year for no monthly premium or little cost, and marketing companies say they’re starting to see an impact on sign-ups.
“Free Obamacare Coverage in 2018,” says an online pitch from insurance broker eHealth, showing a young woman with a big smile. “See if you qualify.”