The Obamacare Rollout is Comparable to the Burning of the Reichstag in 1933
by Richard Anthony
Nov. 15, 2013
I have been struggling to find historical comparisons to the things that the Obama administration is doing, and there are many. Yet, none of them is good or even beneficial. However, one has to wonder, as it slowly comes to light, that even the people who helped create the Affordable Care Act, knew that it would not only not work, but that it would create chaos with an industry that encompasses 1/6th of our nation’s economy. Throughout the Obama presidency, it seems that we go from one crisis to another and like a good showman President Obama always has an excuse as to why it isn’t his fault. It was Bush who did this or Republicans who did that; it was the greed of Wall Street, it was the anarchists in the Tea Party, but nothing is ever truly President Obama’s fault. Now, with his back in a corner for making false promises, he has finally had to say “I’m sorry.” However, the so-called apology came with “But it is better this way and we know what’s best for you.”
Information is forthcoming almost on a daily basis to point out that everybody connected with this law, including the individuals who were originally responsible for drafting the Affordable Care Act, to the people who created the website, to the head of Health and Human Services, knew there was no way that this law was going to be implemented with any success. We can also ascertain that the way the entire thing was done, was, as they say, in football, with a “Hail Mary.” They hoped that it would work, but they knew it wouldn’t. Now with millions of Americans losing their health insurance plans that they liked (which are gone they won’t get them back), Americans can only wonder just what they are going to do. But was this the plan all along? Was this just another method to grab more political power and crush any opposition, one can only wonder.