Friday, March 04, 2011

Obamacare is Fatally Flawed according to Obama

[A]dmitting that Obamacare is deeply flawed and that some major claims made on its behalf before it passed were false should have a very different effect: It should strengthen the case for repealing the law and replacing it with actual health-care reform. — Yuval Levin
Now that Obamacare is passed, you and I can see that there is something horribly wrong with Democrats and the president if they think that Obamacare is anything but unconstitutional and a fatally flawed law.

Sorry Ms. Pelosi Obamacare will never get away from the fog of controversy. Interestingly enough the reason why is wholly because what you have done. The 1,990-page legislation, which you concocted behind secret partisan closed doors plus the Democrat controlled Senate’s 2,074 pages of healthcare reform has made a Fanny Mae Freddie Mac mess out of American healthcare. Just as the Democrat caused the housing market and global financial meltdown American healthcare is going to implode in on itself. (see story)

That’s not what I’m saying that is what the Obama administration is saying in The New York Times.

One of Senator Edward M. Kennedy’s legacies in the new health care law, intended to allow the chronically ill and people with disabilities to continue living in their homes, is too costly to survive without major changes, Obama administration officials now say.— ROBERT PEAR (source)

Before the Orwellian named Patient Protection Affordable Care Act became law Democrats claimed that such a law would pay for itself, bring down exploding healthcare cost and save Medi-Care and Medi-Caid from bankruptcy. Now it’s a different story. After Democrats forced the legislation through a Democrat controlled Congress over a majority of American’s objections and after partisan president Barry Hussein Soetoro sign the legislation into law, Democrats are no longer are saying that this monstrosity is self-sustaining. Democrats are admitting the opposite. They now say the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act is not affordable and will not protect patients.

It seems that the administration has landed on a new way of dealing with the fact that the health-care debate will be far from over when the president is up for reelection next year. Rather than defend their health-care law, they’re going to say that it has many huge problems that they want to fix, but then allow for only those fixes that do not actually permit a different approach to our health-care financing crisis.— Yuval Levin

Fix it? How would one fix the problem of creating Frankenstein’s monster? There is no fixing this mangled mass of a train wreck. HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has admitted that portions of Obamacare are “totally unsustainable” as laid out in the law. Her answer is that she will fix it.

As the law is written Obamacare cedes a great deal of Congressional power and authority to Sebelius and she will be able to make any change she desires to the law. This unconstitutional condition will essentially give one person the ability to make law in the United States as it relates to Healthcare.

It‘s the same as when Congress ceded its authority to print money over to the Federal Reserve. For every dollar that the Reserve prints, it sells it back to the U.S. thus one of the reasons that the U.S. is in deficit. If the Congress would print its own money as authorized in the Constitution we would not be in the grave financial situation we find ourselves.

Similarly having a person writing healthcare rules and regulations as Sebelius claims to have authority to do is an extra-Constitutional ability, which Congress should be performing. This new Sebelius ability is something which will no doubt come back to hurt the American people. Just one more reason that this law must be repealed.

The Patient Protection Affordable Care Act was conceived in deception and Democrats to this day propagate Obamacare by lies. This law is so bad that the debt-reduction group that president Soetoro commissioned said this law should be reformed or repealed.

Mr. Obama’s debt-reduction commission, a bipartisan advisory body, said in its report late last year that Congress should “reform or repeal” the program.
“The program’s earliest beneficiaries will pay modest premiums for only a few years and receive benefits many times larger,” the panel said, “so that sustaining the system over time will require increasing premiums and reducing benefits to the point that the program is neither appealing to potential customers nor able to accomplish its stated function.” — ROBERT PEAR

Written in secrecy, cloaked in deception and force on the American people by Democrats and a Democrat president this law is fatally flawed and everyone knows it.

Finally, one knows that It’s much worse than I’ve described when Democrats are admitting that the healthcare law needs to be fixed. I don’t even have to mention how wrong it is for the president to issue 733 waivers that exempt his Union supporters and friends from being forced to buy Government mandated healthcare. (see previous post)

Congress should repeal it. If not the Supreme Court must end it.


  1. We have a tendency in America to argue for or against a concept based on our own personal philosophy or view of the world, what advances our personal interests, or the interests of our party, family, organization, or region. Perhaps viewing the issue from a management or systemic perspective might result in innovative approaches to the issue. The American national mindset, citizen philosophy, lack of citizen motivation to be proactively healthy, and governance model make the socialization of health care in America very problematic, particularly at this point in time. A country needs to know its limitations.

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  3. Inspector,
    In what country does its citizens tend not to argue based on their personal philosophy of the world?

    If you can name one I'd like to see it.

    Even viewing the issue for a M&S perspective one would also include the phenomenon that you initiate at the start of your thesis.

    So noone yourself included could possibly look at any problem unbiasedly.

    Second in comparison to other countries I don't know if it is true that Americans as a group set tends to less motivated to be "proactively healthy"

    However directly to the point of the post which you've said nothing about the comprehensive healthcare paradigm that Progressive Liberals have put in place in America is unsustainable and flawed by their own admissions.

    So it really doesn't matter who worldview one has if the group that offered socialized healthcare says that what they offered is flawed.

    Argument is over unless you what to look at it from the other 26 perspectives.

    Good health and fortune!

  4. In plain simple English, ObamaCare is total crap.
    It's unconstitutional and unsustainable.