Plunderers vs the Plundered

Saturday, August 29, 2009
Posted in category Health Tyranny

I love a good town hall fight with my morning coffee. The health care debate has unfolded as a conflict between the looters and the to-be-looted. While the anti-health care people are not all necessarily correct on all things ideological, they have a sense of what is transpiring before them: theft and redistribution on a grand scale. What a pathetic American ritual it is when people can feel proud to hold up signs begging for free goodies that are paid for by the other folks in the room. Thanks to Mike S. for the video.

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2 Responses to Plunderers vs the Plundered

  1. Mitchel Gratwick says:

    August 31st, 2009 at 1:37 am

    1. Single Payer would be cheaper and cover every American Citizen. Proof: My benefit plan covers 400,000, lives, ranging from pre-natal to age 65. After 65 it continues to cover prescriptions. Rx, Doctors, Hospitals are all covered. Cost per capita in 2007: $3800. Plan is fairly generous. NO Co-pays. If 300 Million pop. of US were covered by my plan cost would be $1.1 Trillion. In 2007 US health care cost was 1.4 Trillion and about 50 Million people are left out. U.S. would save .3 Trillion dollars. — ……Insurance companies spend from 11-25% on administration & profit. My plan spends less than 7%, Medicare spends less than 4%. QED.

  2. Tomás says:

    September 3rd, 2009 at 3:37 pm

    Michael, You can spout off as many stats as you’d like, but it’s still a negative rights (right to NOT be raped, murdered, mugged) vs. positive rights (right TO health care, living wage, food, shelter, etc.) argument: because you can’t have the latter without violating the former.

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