Obamacare: the ticking time bomb in “better health”
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Ask yourself this question: if you’re forced to buy a product, will the seller also want to make sure you use it?
The first part of the question is called a clue. Who forces you to buy a product? What kind of person or group?
Forced purchase and forced use go hand in hand.
So it will be, some day, with Obamacare.
Up the road, when the program really gets going, this means: take your psychiatric drugs after your diagnosis of clinical depression; submit to the installation of a pacemaker, whether you want it or not; hand your children over to the doctor so he can shoot them 60 times with vaccines.
In the trade, it’s called “patient compliance.”
We can already see the outline forming.
On September 22, 2011, the Department of Health and Human Services issued a press release titled, “HHS announces $224 million to support evidence-based home visiting programs to help parents and children.”
“U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius today announced $224 million to help at-risk families voluntarily receive home visits from nurses and social workers to improve maternal and child health, child development, school readiness, economic self-sufficiency, and child abuse prevention….”
“…They [the “home visitors”] work with families to evaluate their circumstances, help parents gain the skills they need to succeed in promoting healthy development in their children, and connect families to the kinds of help that can make a real difference in a child’s health, development, and ability to learn…improving the rate at which children reach developmental milestones…”