Skip to comments.ObamaCare Launch Failures<br> Won't Be For Lack Of Money
Posted on 04/30/2013 5:32:47 AM PDT by IBD editorial writer
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has been complaining a lot about money lately. Specifically, about how she doesn´t have enough to implement ObamaCare. [snip]
The implication is that this is mainly the GOP´s fault they are starving ObamaCare for money when it needs it most.
The press has started to pick up on this talking point. Ezra Klein, who writes extensively on health care for the Washington Post, said Republicans are purposefully trying to derail ObamaCare´s launch.
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Hang ‘em with it!
Make them implement it without any help from us.
10 billion over 10 years and Sebilious already spent 5 billion with 3 billion for this year. And it isn’t even up yet.
Nope, no problems here.
We should be so lucky...
Sadly, like nearly everything else, these people find a way to successfully tag the GOP and/or conservatives -- there's a difference -- with the failure or negative ramifications of any policy or program that blows up in our faces.
Sure, the media is 99.5% against them/us, but the GOP doesn't seem to try to get defend themselves. Not to mention sabotage by the RINOS...
“Wither on the vine” was brought up by Newt Gingrich while in discussions about how to shift medical care back into privatization.
Here’s the full quote: “What do you think the health care financing administration is?” Gingrich asked. “It’s a centralized command bureaucracy. It’s everything we’re telling Boris Yeltsin to get rid of. Now we don’t get rid of it in round one because we don’t think that’s politically smart and we don’t think that’s the right way to go through a transition. But we believe it’s going to wither on the vine because we think people are going to voluntarily leave it. Voluntarily.”
“Voluntarily” is apparently no longer an option. The whole superstructure will collapse of its own weight and destroy the infrastructure on its way down.
Like watching the Twin Towers collapse.
And nobody even has to fly airplanes into it.
Should certain governors ask for waivers? In WI, Walker courageously refused to set up a state exchange or accept extra federal Medicaid money. The Leftists want him to take the Medicaid hand-out, increasing state dependency. However, it does appear that a federal exchange will not be ready and, as a consequence, around 80,000 Medicaid will lose Medicaid and not be able to get into the exchange and Walker will get the blame. This will cause the Leftists to cry foul and demand a state exhange or Medicaid expansion.
Don’t they have math classes at Harvard?
Yep. This one will leave a small mark. But, I trust our Governor and he’ll find a way to help those truly in need.
I’ll start worrying when I see dead, elderly bodies in the streets. Hasn’t happened YET and the LibTards in this state have been yammering for DECADES that we EVIL Conservatives hate children and the elderly.
Let’s see: 50+ million abortions so far and Death Panels for the elderly from the left. Exactly WHO hates people at the beginning and/or end of their lives? *SMIRK*
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