a rule, the way good health care has been in this country is
“Those who can pay for it, get it.” But if the liberals get their
way, which it looks like they are getting, those of us who can and
do pay, will have no better care than those who do not
first glance, a person may say that no one should get better health
care than someone else gets. Perhaps in a perfect world: But this is
not a perfect world. There is not enough quality health care to
go around, and if there were, there would not be enough money
to pay for it. Eventually, the government would have to take over
the medical profession and govern wages, on top of everything
else. No matter what, all universal health care will do is make
the government choose who can and cannot get the care they
need and in a timely manner.
People who are
willing to give up the liberty to work and pay for better health
care than the next guy has, often say that they should not get
better health care than the next person. Those people need to
think twice about what they are willing to give up.
I don't know anyone who is willing to forgo an emergency
appendectomy, because someone else in this country may not be
able to get one.
Throughout the history of
this great nation, Americans have had the liberty to
work hard to get ahead. Americans have had the liberty to get
better, than that, which not working hard had to offer.
Nothing was off limits.
have had the blessing of liberty to work hard and put better
food on their tables, better roofs over their heads,
better clothes on their backs, and yes, to even acquire better
medical care. Our government was and still is to secure this
blessing of liberty, as per the preamble of the U.S.
Creating a situation that puts restraints on
this liberty hinders this blessing of liberty. Taking our
money, earned by us and giving it to others (redistribution of the
wealth), does not secure this blessing, but rather it hinders
and makes a mockery of it.
Many people, who voted for Obama,
made out that he "deserved" to be president, that he had "earned"
it. And of course, Obama now has the best of everything. He has
designer suits, numerous chefs and all the food he
ever wants, the best roof in the country to live under, and
numerous doctors that are there for his every possible need.
I am going to sum this up, with two questions:
1) Since when do we live in a monarchy?
when do we live in a country that says our "leaders" can work hard
to acquire the best of the best, but we, as their "subjects," cannot
have anything more or better than the next