Throw Mama from the healthcare train
With an estimated $62 Billion in personal wealth to purchase anything he desires, including his own premium health care, mini Michael Bloomberg is also all heart.
Blunderful Bloomberg, advocating for health insurance that would be administered by the federal government, is now reprising Barack Obama and Jack Kevorkian when it comes to providing care for aging Americans.
Obama begrudged his own grandmother’s hip replacement surgery based on her age, saying, “we as a culture and as a society [can start] to make better decisions within our own families and for ourselves,” adding “at least we can let doctors know and your mom know that, you know what? Maybe you’re better off not having the surgery, but taking the painkiller.”
Billionaire Bloomberg, now attempting to purchase the U.S. Presidency for himself, also supports rationing healthcare for American seniors, saying providing them access will “bankrupt us.” Ageism is an unconcealed form of discrimination. None of the politically attuned Dem candidates bring the alienating topic of obesity into their health care discussions, though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate 40 percent of American adults aged 20 and over are obese, a condition that can lead to costly treatments for coronary heart disease, stroke, diabetes and certain types of cancer that are some of the leading causes of preventable, premature death.
When Dr. Jack Kevorkian, known as “Dr. Death,” entered the scene in the 1990s, his grotesque assisted suicides were viewed as obscene criminal acts. Who ever thought Democrat presidential candidates would be boldly hawking the same depraved message within the framework of their campaigns a few decades later?
Socialist Bernie Sanders’ Medicare-For-All scheme would radically change the way health care is covered, doing away with all private health insurance, replacing it with a government run system. Obviously the astronomical costs would include limitations on medical services. It is fraught with problems not only for patients but also for doctors and hospitals.
Inconsequential Elizabeth Warren, dragging in the polls, supports a similar government run scheme.
American taxpaying citizens want to be able to chose their own doctors and make their own decisions regarding health care. Increasing dependency on government — the worst type of deception — is a brazenly false scheme honed to a razor sharp edge by the Democrats who long to implement it, while restricting our choices.