While it’s possible the very gullible could believe that the House “health care” bill could reduce costs through rationing, it’s inconceivable that implementing 2,000 pages of bureaucracy and blather could not dramatically increase the cost of government in the future, not to mention employing another half-million or so lawyers. This is eliminating waste?
It’s obvious that the goal of the administration is to pass any bill and declare “victory,” no matter what it says or does to destroy health care, freedom of choice or the economy.
It’s also another example of how, during the past year or so, the country is being sucked further into the “from apathy to dependence” stage (the next-to-last stage democracies pass through) and racing toward “from dependence back into bondage.”
Based on the recent election, the locals are right up there spreading flower petals to mark the way.
Gary T. McGavran