Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Obamacare Repeal and Replace Dead (As Predicted). GOP and Trump Attempt to Expand It Instead!

It's been a while since I've posted predictions, either here on my blog or on my Youtube channel, so I thought I'd post a series of small updates, beginning with Obamacare.

If you read my original post on November 20th, 2016, following the last presidential election when candidate Donald J. Trump trounced Hillary Clinton in a surprise win, you know that I predicted Obamacare wouldn't be easy to unravel.  In particular, I wrote:

Pictured: Senator Rand Paul (Source: Brietbart.com)

Obamacare just won't die in 2017, despite a special committee(s) designed just for the purpose of killing and replacing it. Honestly, the central banks and multinational corporations that benefit from this fascist business model are so deeply embedded in the U.S. federal government, that despite having both a House and Senate that are Republican, along with a Republican (in name) President, this initiative just goes no where fast!  

Yes, that's right.  I called Obamacare and its current mutation (let's just call it what it is), "Trumpcare", a "fascist business model that does nothing more than bail out big insurance companies!  

Senator Rand Paul, Trumpcare's biggest opponent points out the following in his recent Breitbart editorial:

"The Senate Obamacare bill does not repeal Obamacare. I want to repeat that so everyone realizes why I'll vote "no" as it stands now:  The Senate Obamacare bill does not repeal Obamacare. Not even close.  In fact, the Senate GOP bill codifies and likely expands many aspects of Obamacare."

"The bill will transfer billions of dollars to people who will then transfer billions of dollars to insurance companies." continues Paul.  "What a great business model-encourage the federal government to use taxpayer money to buy a private company's product.  Great business model, that is, if you are Big Insurance. Remarkable."

So there you have it. One way or another, we're stuck with Obamacare, at least until 2019, at which point it should be swept off the table, and in to the garbage once and for all.  Don't expect a "replacement" either. (Good!)

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