Remember how I’ve been telling you the gov’t is the largest briber of all – far out-bribing any campaign donors?
I can’t wait to see the liberals ENRAGED about a $175 BILLION **UNAPPROPRIATED** SPENDING BRIBE to big insurance – to go along with the fraud called Obamacare. Remember, campaign donations in the last election were under $2.4 Billion. This unappropriated bribe is 72X larger than all the 2012 campaign donations.
“Specifically, $175 billion paid to insurance companies that was not appropriated by Congress. Indeed, the administration requested that appropriation but the requested appropriation was not made.”
Government is the largest briber on the planet, giving away $2 trillion of unbacked credit to their friends every year, almost 1000X larger than campaign contributions, thus 1000X more damaging.
The gov’t has bought the people far more than the big donors have bought the politicians. 1000X more.
4 Grand Lies of Obamacare
- The title is a lie: There is no affordability mandate or fix in it.
- Mandating insurance means it’s not insurance anymore, it’s welfare.
- We already had mandatory medical care for all citizens for 30 years: EMTALA.
- Insurance is a voluntary, periodically paid, fee, paid in return for being repaid for catastrophically expensive events. Paying for EVERYTHING is a maintenance fee.
- It violates the Clayton Act which outlawed cartel pricing, America’s greatest consumer anti-price fixing law.
Donors don’t bribe the politicians into corruption – the money printing politicians corrupt the people, and the people silently go along with their corrupt plans.
Polybius first described the process 2300 yearsa ago:
“By which means when, in their senseless mania for reputation, they have made the populace ready and greedy to receive bribes, the virtue of democracy is destroyed, and it is transformed into a government of violence and the strong hand.”
Read more from this author, and hear his interview on the Earl Hall Show. “Atlas Shouts” is a 5.0 Star Rated book on Amazon, an Erin Brokavitch (sic) style expository economics study.