Thursday, January 19, 2017

Obamacare; The Repeal Reveal

Paul Ryan and the Republican Congress tell us that they have a plan already written to replace Obamacare.

What were the Republicans planning before the Presidential elections? Did they believe Donald Trump would win the election? I do not think so.

So, what was their plan? What were they going to do to rescue, to free, the people of this nation from this tyranny?

I refuse to participate in Obamacare. I refuse to pay the fine. I believe it to be un-Constitutional no matter what Chief Justice Robbing Roberts claims. I find solace and strengthened conviction in greater minds who believe as I.

After the Obamacare case before the Supreme Court was lost, what was the Republican plan to save the people from Obamacare?

After receiving more than one notice from the IRS for my affordable care act contribution I called a low cost legal service which I have with a simple question. “Are there any class action suits against Obamacare that I can join into?”

The answer was no. I heard nothing among the national talk show hosts or media of any such actions. I was under the impression that a tax could not be challenged until people were subject to that tax and could demonstrate its un-Constitutionality. Chief Justice Robbing Roberts did claim it was a tax, did he not.

What was your plan Republican leaders if Hillary Clinton would have won? You hold a large majority among state governments. Were you going to organize the states against the federal government? It was what I was hoping for. I could imagine no other way out of this tyranny if Clinton had won. Yet I heard no such language from either Republicans or Conservatives.

Our country has been suffering subversion for far too long. Subversion guided by an ideology that has failed in all things, but in the attainment of absolute power for those in government.

There was a scene I watched on the History Channel’s show “Vikings.” A King in Britain was teaching a young protégé. He invited the young boy to share wine with him. One goblet, then another, then another, though the boy protested all the while. Finally the boy threw up his wine. The King told the boy he should never let anyone else tell him what to think or do. That he should have his own thoughts and convictions and stick with them.

The King poured out his goblet. “See”, he said “All this time I was drinking water.”

One of the oldest stories in the world. The democrats have only one interest in their minds; their own, power for power’s sake. They are un-American in thought and intent. They are atheistic God deniers and haters and correspondingly they hate the United States and all it has stood for. And they have been drinking the Republicans under the table.

Yet our Republican leadership will not stand against them. Reaching across the aisle is so all important to the Republicans. This is neither the high road, as you turn a blind eye to the citizen’s suffering, nor leadership. There is no leadership in consensus. There is no success or prosperity in consensus. Only clear single minded leadership and honest debate among virtuous individuals has lead nations and the world forward.

Perhaps Jesus should have come to a consensus with the devil when he was tempted. In that sense, if you consider the Republican party the only hope to save this nation, you may call the media the devil; a temptress.

The democrats day by day show themselves more incapable, more morally bankrupt, more impotent and more in denial of everything that is good: God, family and our nation as it was founded. The only greater fools are those who would lend the democrats any validity.

Do the democrats need to erect a temple and start making human sacrifices before Republican leadership finally makes a stand against them? Some would say their temple is the Supreme Court and abortion the demanded sacrifice.

Obamacare needs to be repealed completely. The biggest obstacle in the eyes of our politicians in replacing Obamacare is the bureaucracy created by Obamacare in government and the medical field. You, our representatives, are in office to adhere to the will of the people, the majority, not that of government.

It is essential for the future of freedom and this nation that Obamacare be repealed completely.
The few benefits Obamacare creates, such as coverage for people with pre-existing conditions, can fit on three pages. Reforms, such as removing the lines around the states and tort reform, that will bring costs down significantly can fit on a few more pages. Obamacare is some 2,700 pages. That is more than twice as many pages as my Bible.

Turn the exchanges into a claims office and ensure coverage for all those on the exchanges who cannot find or afford better plans. Over the course of a year many of them will find better plans. Then take what is left and evaluate the real problem.
Basically, except for those who truly cannot afford insurance, the government should stay out of healthcare. Free market forces need to be unrestricted among all who can afford their own healthcare to keep costs down.

One of the few statements I have made on this blog which I find most profound (I pat myself on the back) is that; “When medical insurance becomes prepaid medical, single payer will be the natural outcome.” Just as welfare was reformed to make it more profitable for people to look for ways off the dole, catastrophic policies need to be promoted over more all encompassing policies among the young and all those of working age.

HSA’s with no insurance coverage requirement is essential. I have advocated for it on many occasions. Incentives, aimed at young people in particular, to invest will put aside much of this nations wealth for healthcare, reducing strains on the system and supporting free market forces.

Ben Carson’s vision of the extended family able to share their Health Savings Accounts as a type of family insurance policy has benefits beyond the obvious. Tracking the size of HSA’s can provide an unobtrusive way to track health problems. The accounts being transferable to family members and inheritable will reveal lineages with strong gene lines, or that suffer sudden death, if the accounts grow to be very large. Or reveal chronic disease among certain gene lines or socioeconomic groups if small or in need of constant assistance.

The Republican leadership should not fool themselves, believing the people will be satisfied with business as usual. They should not believe we the people will fall for just any replacement of Obamacare. We the people are watching very closely. We have been watching with disapproval for a long time.