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Crazy and Crazier

Post by Admin on Tue May 03, 2011 7:23 pm

The word “crazy” may be one of those pejorative but vivid descriptions such as “stupid,” “queer,” and “idiot” which are verboten by the PC Police but for which the English language cries out as needed and proper. There are, of course, levels of crazy and applying the word does involve a degree of subjectivity but some situations and people can be described in no better way.

Take Massachusetts and its health care insurance reform of 2006. Proposed by then-Governor Mitt Romney, a presumptive Republican presidential candidate in 2012, the program is a semi-disaster much like Britain’s venerable, bankrupt National Health Service. Yet both systems were used as models for Obamacare.

The latest medical news from the Bay State is foreboding.

In the midst of a nationwide physician shortage which is expected to grow worse after Obamacare is fully implemented in 2014 as fearful doctors leave the profession or take early retirement, Massachusetts is leading the way and foreshadowing the medical futures of most Americans. We must say most because the Democrat congress that enacted the Obamacare monstrosity and hundreds of unions and favored institutions are exempted from its strictures.

Meanwhile, up in Romneyland, where the former governor exploded health care demands with so-called universal coverage, “by cracking down on insurance premiums, Massachusetts pushed insurers to reduce their payments to providers, making it less worthwhile for doctors to expand their practices. As a result, the average wait to get an appointment with a doctor grew from 33 days to over 55 days:” lJJZtK

As that report by Fox News concludes, ”Promising universal health coverage is easy. But what does universal coverage mean if you can’t actually see a doctor?”

Good point, Fox!

Is it any wonder Obama hates them? They tell the truth.

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