Why is anything that has to do with the government goes awry? Each time the government interferes
with anything from health care to settling personal affairs of the deceased, everything seems to get screwed up and it takes a LONG time to resolve the problem that the government created in the first place by its usual ineptitude? The government is getting TOO BIG, it is CUMBERSONE and WASTEFUL in addition to being ASININELY INEFFICIENT. There should be at least 70% to 90% elimination of government functions and privatize most government jobs as they are UNNECESSARY.
When the leftists find this question they will chime in with quotes from the Communist Manifesto that would make Karl Marx proud.
One of the things to remember about the increasingly leftist brave new world we are about to enter is that results never matter. Only intention does. You have to intend to be fair in a purely Marxist way in order to politically correct. If everyone suffers and dies as a consequence they deserved it for being capitalist pigs. In case you didn't know they are quite serious about making you suffer for the egregious sin of not being a Marxist.
By the way, if Obamacare is a good idea and if if it truly universal then how come not everyone has to have it? Whey are their exceptions or waivers of any kind? Why doesn't it apply to the president, congress and the supreme court the same way it does to you and me? Under communism, there are always some who are more equal than others. Such as foreign criminals (aka illegal aliens, aka undocumented democrats), unions, and politicians.
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