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Old March 25th, 2010, 03:08 PM   #1
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Default Health Care Bill lowest common denominator.

The way I see it, the Health Care bill comes down to one basic thing: controlling a business. Liberals and Democrats have for years shown that they utterly despise big business, large money making companies, and Capitalism in general. By passing that monstrosity of a bill, they have totally taken over the largest business in America- the Health Care business. The single biggest profit making industry is now controlled by the Fed. The bill isn't about making health care cheaper for you and me. They couldn't care less about us except at election time. And it isn't about covering every single person in America, as by their own admission there will still be millions without coverage. Nope, it's all about getting their hands on the single biggest Capitalistic industry in the country, and getting as much of the profits out of it as they can.

So lets see... Last year they got controlling interest in 2 of the 3 auto companies in America. 66% of one major Capitalist industry. Now they own the health care business. 100% of another Capitalist industry. Just the other night I heard on Channel 7 news that the Obama administration is going to be looking at the banking industry to see where their profits are going. Sounds like they already have their next business takeover lined up.
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His presidency is completely illegitimate anyways, nothing he does will stand.
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