I'm not despotic, but I do believe President Obama will have his machinations in effect to skew polling results. There will be many missing truck loads of votes and other distractions such as dead people voting (just as JFK's 1960 election)...that is if he is not strategically replaced before then.
If it falls, Obama will start a healthcare war by “blowing up” the administrative arm of federal healthcare. All the little Kathleen Sebelius look-a-likes in charge of the federal delivery of healthcare will have to slow down and review procedures because they are confused now that Obamacare is gone. What’s a bureaucrat to do? They don’t give a damn who will be hurt or killed – they have the commandments of Alinsky -- do what you have to do to win the war. Obama can strut out and blame the resulting chaos and confusion on the activist Supreme Court judges and Republicans who put Obamacare to death. All this is done with the full force of the lying media. I hope our side is ready. MaryG
Don't forget to pray for the President: Psalm 109:8 "May his days be few; may another take his office!"
I posted this before but you did not put it up - so I will try again. I hope he is WRONG! If the health care changes are revoked we will soon be at our plan limit for coverage for our chronically-ill daughter. Certainly by her 11th birthday. We've already been denied coverage for her through my employer twice because of her pre-existing conditions before the law went into effect ()even though we pay over $400.00 for our part of the insurance. Medicaid wouldn't cover ANY of her PT, OT, or speech therapies. These changes are a huge benefit for working, middle-class families who only have access to health insurance through their employers! I will write every congressperson I can to implore them to keep the health care reform!
Just to keep the record straight, this is the first time I've seen your comment, Alice. So apparently there was a problem with the previous one. As for whether the health care program will help your situation, time will tell. But since the bill gives the government the right to decide what health care is considered beneficial and appropriate, you (and others with chronic conditions) may find that some bureaucrat does a cost/benefit analysis and decides your daughter's "quality of life" isn't good enough to merit the continued care. Nobody has any idea of the ultimate result of this 2000+ page bill except that it gives unprecedented power to HHS.
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