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Health Care Law & 'Mal-Distribution' of Income

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by Paladin, Mar 27, 2010.

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  1. Paladin

    Paladin Well-Known Member

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    Health Care Law to Address 'Mal-Distribution of Income'

    "As Democrats tout the moral underpinnings of the federal health care system overhaul -- ensuring health care coverage for nearly all Americans -- one senator appeared to go off message when he said the legislation would address the "mal-distribution of income in America."




    "After the Senate passed a "fix-it" bill Thursday to make changes to the new health care law, Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., chairman of the influential Finance Committee, said the overhaul was an "income shift" to help the poor."


    GOP strategist Matt Schlapp, the White House director to former President George. W. Bush, told FoxNews.com that Baucus' statement reflected the "duality" of a responsible Democrat who understands the ramifications of tax policy on Americans but has a "foot in the camp of the most radical and rabid big government activists that are advocating for some breathtaking policies."

    "It's interesting," he said. "He's not the senator I would use as the poster boy for radical and misunderstanding of market dynamics."

    "But Schlapp said he's not surprised by anything said by a member of a political party that, he said, seeks "to take money away from people who are achieving and give it those who aren’t."



    Is there any doubt that hussein and his band of corrupt tax cheats are nothing but 100% SOCIALISTS?
     
  2. slipping into darkness

    slipping into darkness TS Member

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    Just give me half the Money and Gifts and vacation and Health care the politician get, and every one will be happy. "slid"
     
  3. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    Fjor what it's worth, the 1620 settlement at Plymouth Rock had a socialist communist system the first year, with food supplies in a common storehouse.

    After damn near starving the next year they had to implement a new system. It was "If you don't work, you don't eat".

    They now call it Capitalism.

    HM
     
  4. Paladin

    Paladin Well-Known Member

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    The devious dumocraps will parrot the phrase "you'll learn to like it". LMAO.


    "But Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., said with health care, the federal government has just moved into ownership or control of 51 percent of the U.S. economy.

    "Today, the federal government has taken either direct ownership or control of banks, the largest insurance company in the United States, AIG, Freddie and Fannie," she said. "The federal government now owns, Bob, over 50 percent of all home mortgages. Now the direct student loan industry. Chrysler, GM. And with the health care industry, that's an additional 18 percent of the private economy, which means government would be making decisions over our lives from cradle to the grave."

    "Bachmann added that the health insurance overhaul could cost the economy 5.5 million jobs."

    "Just this week, we saw American businesses announce that Obamacare will cost them $14 billion. Here in Minnesota, Medtronic announced because of the new tax increases on medical devices, they could be looking at shedding an additional 1,000 jobs. Or 3-M, it will cost them potentially $90 million in the first quarter. ... That is not going to bring us back to economic health going forward but that's what you expect when you have massive tax increases, massive Medicare cuts, massive premium increases," she said."


    The new tax increases on medical devices is telling of the evil hussein administration. The medical device industry would not buy into husseincare, so hussein chose to SCREW'M,,,with new tax increases, and in turn, anyone needing a wheelchair, to dentures, gets SCREWED.
     
  5. Savage99Stan

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    It cracks me up (or makes me want to cry) when these "moral superiors" use the concept of morality at all for what they want to do. The same ones who support abortion on demand, bribe reluctant congressmen to change votes, who violate campaign promises almost as soon as they make them. (No bill will reach my desk but what it will wait five days for the public to see what is in it before I'll sign it, no earmarks, no special perks for lobbyists, trasnparency).

    All these folks want is to make the American (or Amerikan) public so dependent on them for everything that we have no control over anything.

    If you can ram a bill through in opposition to the Constitution (House and Senate must vote on identical, word for word, versions of the same bill) you can get away with most anything.

    I'd like to decide who or whom to share my income with...so far it is well over ten percent and it goes to charity, the church, my kids and some missionaries we support. It doesn't go to people who choose not to work. Or choose not to buy insurance (and I've been hit by two uninsured motorists before and I had to pay for that).
     
  6. crusha

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    Some of you will find this hard to believe, but I heard it with my own ears:


    Friday night 3/26/10, on the NPR (National Communist Radio) Marketplace show, as I was driving home from work, they had a couple talking heads on there commenting on the near future of our economy. One of them, some ditzy-sounding chick, stated at the end of the interview something to the effect of, "...We're moving toward the theoretically perfect economy, where every job is a Government job, which I look forward to!"


    Now, I know you're saying, "Nothing unusual, buzz." Typical leftist academic opinion. And I agree, and gave it little consideration - until they identified who she was after she signed off:


    SHE WAS THE CHIEF EQUITIES TRADER AT T. ROWE PRICE.


    Note: I didn't say bond trader - EQUITIES trader!


    Someone who makes their (pretty decent I bet) living off trading stocks, just said she hopes the Private Sector ceases to exist someday?


    What? Did I get that right? (I sat there baffled with my engine running in the driveway for about 10~20 seconds, just trying to make sure I wasn't dreaming...but it was real).


    Unbelieveable.
     
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