Why I oppose the Health Care bill…

First of all the debate isn’t about health care. It is about insurance. The American Health Care is the best in the world; even some important politicians came here for their surgeries. They are politicians from countries were there is socialized medicine.

But… what do the Democrats want to do with this bill?

They want to take our freedom away. If it passes I won’t be able of taking decisions like whether or not I want health insurance or who will be my doctor.

My doctor, a guy who studied medicine for years, won’t be able of taking life-saving decisions based on health facts but based on what a government guy thinks is best for me. That government guy doesn’t know anything about medicine.

Plus, the bill would create a public plan that would compete with private insurance. That public plan would mean long waiting lists, poor quality of care… Sort of Canada.                                                                                                                                         

In other words: “A prescription for disaster.”

It also includes some affirmative action: On pages 884-885, the bill states:

“In awarding grants and contracts… the Secretary shall give preference to entities that have a demonstrated record of the following: training individuals who are form underrepresented minority groups or disadvantages backgrounds.”

The Democrats’ policy will foster the racial preference climate that keeps stigmatizing those who receive those preferences.

The “Health Care” reform isn’t what America needs or deserves.

Ask your Congressman/woman to vote NO on this bill.


About Flor Miguez
I am a conservative (right-wing extremist). I am for a small government and low taxes. I love freedom. Can't stand the Obama socialist agenda! Follow me on Twitter! twitter.com/flor2009

3 Responses to Why I oppose the Health Care bill…

  1. Susan says:

    First, the debate is about both health care and health insurance costs.

    Second, you have been misinformed about America having the best health care in the world. We rank the lowest of all the industrialized nations in all areas where measurements on quality of health care are measured.

    Third, yes, some come to this country for their unnecessary surgery however thousands of American also travel to other countries for theirs.

    Fourth, while none of want a “government guy” between us and our doctors, right now we have a for-profit “corporation guy” between us and our doctors. And the “corporation guy” is looking for the biggest profit, not the health of his customers.

    Fifth, you think you have a choice of doctors? Did you get to pick any doctor you wanted in your area or did you have to pick 1 from the list provided by your insurance provider? If you were 1 of the lucky ones the doctor you wanted was on the list. If you were not 1 of the lucky ones and there are lots of them, then you had to choose someone else.

    Sixth, the real prescription for disaster is to continue to leave health care in the hands of those who have the most to gain by not providing health care.

    And for the record – until the health care debate started I was a conservative Republican, not a bleeding heart liberal. However, I am also aware of what’s really going on and refuse to stand still while we continue the demise of this country.

    • commonsensepoliticsusa says:

      I also want a solution for the insurance problem. And I don’t believe the Democrats’ plan is the solution. I think that if you change the tax treatment of health insurance you can get real solutions to the problem. You can give every American a tax break, that could be financed by cutting government spending, so Americans will have money to buy an Insurance.
      I am not for Obama telling me that I have to have health insurance or I have to pay a fine. This is the United States of America, not Cuba.
      I don’t think that we will agree, and you have the right of thinking what you want to. Best Regards.

      • Susan says:

        I agree that none of the current plans are a good solution. However we disagree on what a good solution would be.

        You support a tax based incentive program. That might be a solution if our “progressive” tax system really worked. However it doesn’t since 90% of all this country’s income is earned by 1% of it’s population and depending on who’s numbers you use they pay 40 – 60% of the taxes.

        Who pays the difference? The working middle class. So in a tax based incentive health care program who will get the most and pay the least? The 1%.
        And who will get to pay the most? The working middle class. And who will get the least? The working poor who don’t have and still won’t have health coverage.

        And I’m glad you mentioned Cuba in your reply. While I’m very much against the type of political government in Cuba, they do have a much better health care
        system than ours.

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