Amid the daily flood of corruption that overflows the walls at House of Hillary, one of the greatest financial threats to the country and our families may be what’s grievously unreported: The dishonesty of America’s double-dealing healthcare system that has failed to fulfill its authors’ covenant with voters. Yet, curiously, there’s little-to-no messaging from the Right.
Last month, Donald Trump had the families of victims who were murdered by illegal immigrants share their heartbreaking stories of loss. For those who saw, it hit a raw nerve. Now it’s time for a baker’s dozen of mothers to represent and speak out for the millions of families who’ve been gobsmacked by the increase in premiums, raising of deductibles, and loss of trusted doctors that have typified the Affordable Care Act. The truth is that, without change this November, it’s only time before we hear of ObamaCare rations. Hyperbole, you say? That would never happen, you say? We have seen the future of ObamaCare and it’s England’s National Healthcare Service.
Obese people – as well as smokers – will be routinely refused operations across the NHS, health service bosses have warned, after one authority said it would limit procedures on an unprecedented scale. Reports of rationing have emerged after NHS England admitted in May that its provider sector overspent by £2.45 billion in 2015-16, more than a threefold increase on the previous year. The figure, which was described as conservative by think-tanks, prompted some hospital chief executives to question the future viability of free universal healthcare.
“At this rate we may see brutal service reductions becoming the norm, rather than just being exceptions.”
In 1977, my late father sold his business, moved my mom, me, and my younger siblings from London to America with no job prospects and only a handful of acquaintances. Why would someone with so much to lose take such a risk? Two reasons besides the lousy weather: the unions’ weekly strikes made the business climate almost impossible to navigate and, each day, national healthcare steadily got worse. This was 39 years ago, before the Iron Lady temporarily righted the ship. Now the beleaguered NHS program, which has been duct taped and sewn together with Labour’s taxpayer financed largesse, is the equivalent of vulnerable Steelers Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger: one more big hit and he’s forever done.
So now, Britain’s Left begins the blame game. Labour is already pinning the NHS failure on freshly elected Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May (whose new car smell has barely faded).
— Voyage Around My Dad, Harry Leslie Smith (@Harryslaststand) September 3, 2016
On this side of the pond ObamaCare is also failing as predicted. The architects of the ACA (who believe ObamaCare’s supporters are “stupid”) manipulated how insurance companies are taxed, allowing them to pass costs onto the insured while taking a partial page from the universal healthcare designs of Britain and Canada. (Canada’s healthcare system eats up an unsustainable 40% of all government spending.)
Expect Democrats to follow Labour’s lead and blame ObamaCare’s collapse on Republicans. Maybe then the mainstream media no longer ignore its failure (and ignore it they have):
The broadcast networks have refused to cover the repeated failures of ObamaCare in 2016. During the entire year, ABC World News Tonight and NBC Nightly News have yet to give the floundering program any coverage at all, while CBS Evening News only found time to cover two of the ObamaCare updates – and that only added up to 2 minutes and 18 seconds of coverage for the entire year. (Bolded by author)
To put that in perspective, these same three evening news shows managed to find 46 minutes and 49 seconds dedicated to Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte running afoul of Brazilian police.
As we head into the final stretch of the exploding commode that is Campaign 2016, now’s the time for Republicans to make ObamaCare a central issue by repeatedly educating already-dubious voters of the Democrats’ incestuous insurance lobby venality and the resulting graft committed by an ever more-centralized government.
Wall Street Journal’s Kimberley Strassel suggests to Republicans “Make Democrats own Obamacare” because “in the states that will determine control of the Senate, the health law is falling apart.”
ObamaCare is roaring back as a political liability to Democrats in a way not seen since that 2010 wave election. Right in time for this fall’s presidential contest, insurers are bailing out of the government system, leaving millions of voters with dwindling options and skyrocketing premiums. ObamaCare was always destined to crack up, but there is something notable that it comes precisely as so much control of Washington is up for grabs.
Note to the highly competent Kellyanne Conway: The current voter gender gap may be the difference this November. Statistics show that mothers, wives, and girlfriends control family pocketbooks and see firsthand the alarming cost increases. It causes debate between spouses of what can and cannot be afforded, impacting relationships, their families, and future.
The choice this election is simple: Will voters rely on the perpetrators of the current doomed system who have only doubled-down on their deceit by embracing a multitudinous array of proven lies, or will they choose the party who pledges to correct the failures of the current administration by creating an environment which can allow more competition, thereby lowering costs?
This is the real “women’s issue:” Who do you trust to rectify the greatest fraud of our time?
Let Mother’s control family health care decisions, not corrupt politicians.