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On Obamacare, I Won't Comply

OldTimer Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 8:02 AM
Mr. Ransom wrote "a time when Americans think that government is doing too much not too little". I might add that for over 60 years at least government programs are COSTING too much and accomplishing too little. Refer back to the reasons given FOR 'beginning' or 'expansion' of EACH government program -- i.e. the problem to be 'solved' and the 'cost' of the 'investment'. Now, ask how many of those programs have actually solved those problems at the cost we were told. I venture that the original problem is now far worse and the cost many times higher and that new, possibly even more costly problems arose because of the programs. themsleves.
Dan107 Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 9:38 AM
No, no, no, Old Timer! You can't do that! You can't just go back and check if programs actually work. That's against government policy. What you can do is create 6 separate agencies, each with their own separate bureaucracies, identify the same problem and come up with solutions for that problem.
Seawolf Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 8:17 AM
Welfare is the best example...projected to cost 5 billion over 5 years if memory serves, it was 50 billion in the first year and 19 TRILLION so far with obama spending a trillion in 2011 on foodstamps alone. One fourth of GDP to subsidize ignorance and sloth resulting in the re-election of a communist.

Americans know instinctively that when liberals start talking about deficit reduction that’s it’s just a case of the fantods, as Huckleberry Finn would say. And say what you will about old Huck, but he knew a couple of frauds when he saw them.       

No matter what liberal “Wonks” like Ezra Klein say about the historically dumb healthcare “reform” known as Obamcare, Americans are uneasy about it.

And they should be.

The best thing- as Democrat strategist James Carville admitted last year- that could have happened for the Democrats is for the Supreme Court to have tossed out the...