There are sinister forces at work on the American people. Our welfare is seen by them as an impediment to the realization of a goal, and they have seen to it that there isn't much we can do about this. Few are immune to its dastardly magic.
Late last week, Former Governor and Democratic Party Chairman Howard Dean came out loudly against the abominable Senate health care "reform" bill, insisting that there is no realistic option remaining but to kill the bill dead. Too many compromises have already been made, and yet the bill only gets more odoriferous as time passes. Over 50% of the Democratic Party members polled recently by Democracy For America want the coverage mandate rejected if there is no public option.
But they aren't being heard. In just about a week, this Lieberman's Monster dropped voter support from 59% to only 33%. MoveOn.org opposes the bill. The National Organization for Women opposes the bill. The AFL-CIO opposes this bill. And they are only the beginning.
There are many reasons not to support this bill. Columnist Joe Galloway echoed the sentiments of many when he insisted that it's "Time to Pull the Plug on Health-Care 'Reform'." The idea that you can't be refused coverage have been no guarantee that your rates won't be increased over your medical condition. There is no rate ceiling provision to keep your coverage costs within reason. And there is nothing to protect you against your insurance company denying you care between passage and the law going into effect in 2014. If you die, then you decrease the surplus impoverished population, don't you? Bigger Bonuses, Ev'ryone!
Insurance companies and health care providers are already coming up with revenue enhancements that clearly can't be covered by the existing bill. Many are now charging admission at the door, as if health care was entertainment. It may be to these Scroogy greedheads, for these "fees" won't be covered by your policy. Strategies are also being devised to evade state regulation of the industry that just might cut you a better break than the Federal government will.
This bill is so bad that many unexpected people came out against this bill. Not the least of these was State Rep. Jim Campbell of Newfield ME, who resigned his Republican Party membership due to his party "failing to address the health care crisis in a meaningful way." Did he not hear Sen. DeMint proclaim that Republicans were doing all they could to promote health care reform? I guess Campbell didn't get the talking points memo.
But lo and behold! Up in the sky! It's absurd! It's inane! It's faster than a Swift Boat slander, more powerful than the smell at a Teabagger protest, and able to leap to the most illogical conclusion in a single bound! But it ain't Superman! Nor is it Sarah Palin!