Yes…not many people know what I am about to tell you. If you have been wondering WHY President Donald J. Trump is pushing for Paul Ryan’s horrible Obamacare ‘repeal’ that is actually just a twist on the old one, then sit down. Really. Sit down.
I was laying down when I read this. Good thing too. Not much in my bed to throw but a few pillows.
Remember I told you that I actually READ Trump’s books? Yep. From his own mouth, or pen…or brain:
From Trump: The America We Deserve– page 206 and 207:
The healthcare bureaucrats are depriving Americans of care in order to keep costs down. Medical care is so expensive, in fact, that millions of Americans have no health insurance at all.
Working out the detailed plans will take time. But the goal should be clear: Our people are our greatest asset. We must take care of our own. We must have universal health care.
Sure, this was published 16 years ago, around the time Obama was hanging out with his buddy in the gay bars of Chicago. (Now he is hanging out in the gay islands of Fiji, no I’m not jealous, no…) but I really don’t think Trump has changed his mind on this. Think about it, he has always ONLY said,
“Obamacare is a disaster, we are going to repeal and REPLACE it.”
So, Obama was right. He mocked us all when he said that the Affordable Care Act was, and would remain, the LAW OF THE LAND.
Now, I know that some of you around the rest of the world love the universal health care that your country provides for you…but those of us here in the United States, who are old enough to remember….do remember that once upon a time America had not only the best, but the most affordable health care in the world, and we were hoping that repeal meant….going back to that wonderful system.
But no…it’s clear to this Nobody, that’s not going to happen.
Trump will never call it universal health care now. He’s not stupid. So, WHY is he doing this?
Here’s what goes on in my little nobody mind:
FIRST FACT: The Fortune 500 companies do NOT want to have to supply their employees with medical insurance. It’s a cost they’d rather have the government-run, like they do in the socialist countries.
SECOND FACT: President Trump needs those Fortune 500 companies to help him bring HIS big vision for America into fruition. And besides, he truly doesn’t want anybody to not get help when they are sick.
THIRD FACT: There are so many people NOT working in this country, that over 93 millions people who don’t have jobs, need something. Add to that the millions of illegals and ‘refugees’ who need care…you have a BIG problem.
FOURTH FACT: The government destroyed the fine system we had in the first place.
How? Presidents of both parties kept messing with it. And now, we are overwhelmed with MILLIONS of illegals who are sucking our system dry.
Why do we have so many illegals?
Globalization. Thank the Rockefeller Rinos’. Thank Daddy Bush. Thank his son.
Wait Joyanna! You didn’t blame the man who passed it in the FIRST place.
Well, here’s where my little Nobody mind Wonders…
Could it be, that the global men who run this world, decided that having a BLACK man pass universal health care would work? Remember, there was only ONE man who stood against it in Congress: Ted Cruz.
Strange, don’t you think? Where WERE all those little GOP ducks?
What if these men that run the global network of power in the world thought that the quickest way to get the United States on the global-no-borders-world government-platform, was to put someone in who could actually manage to get it through?
Obama came out of nowhere. As FDR said, nothing in politics is a coincidence.
So, as much as I truly am a big fan of our President, and I tell myself this system is now SO entrenched, and so many elites fighting against him, all he can really do is get rid of the tax…I still feel terrible. On THIS subject, we might be royally screwed. Unless of course, President Trump starts backing Rand Paul’s plans:
So, Mister President: Here’s a nobody suggestion—-
If you MUST have universal health care, than for the American people’s sake, do one more thing.
Write an executive order that says, whatever health care law Congress passes, THEY have to abide by it too. That way, they will have to write a good one.
I’d like to leave my pillows sitting lovely on my bed.