The Washington Obamost has a thought-provoking article today. Naturally, it is a tribute to Obama's recent campaign and his future destruction of health care in The United States (although the drooling Obamorons at his Washington Ministry of Truth believe he will improve the situation.) The early valentine to "Big Brother" Obama is titled, "On Health Care, Obama Policymakers Turn to Campaign Tools." Couldn't all Obama policymakers and campaign workers be referred to as tools? Anyway, here is a snip of just how innovative the purveyors of Obammunism will be in ruining our system of health care:
Barack Obama's incoming administration has begun to draw on the high-tech
organizational tools that helped get him elected to lay the groundwork
for an attempt to restructure the U.S. health-care system.
Former senator Thomas A. Daschle, Obama's point person on health care, launched an effort to create political momentum yesterday in a conference call with 1,000 invited
supporters culled from 10,000 who had expressed interest in health
issues, promising it would be the first of many opportunities for
Americans to weigh in.
The health-care mobilization taking shape before Obama even takes office will include online videos, blogs and e-mail alerts as well as traditional public forums. Already, several
thousand people have posted comments on health on the Obama transition
This article is thought provoking in its topic, if not in its content. My immediate thought was, "what other tools from the campaign could they apply to changing the health care system for the worse?"
Given the under-reported buzz about Barack Obama's shyness with regard to proving his citizenship status and the faithful manner in which the main-stream media is protecting their leader by refusing to do their jobs, a question is raised. Is it possible that the (at very least) appearance of having something to hide on the citizenship issue can be carried over to inspire a cost control measure in the coming socialized health care system? An enormous amount of paperwork, charting, and record keeping could be eliminated by simply not identifying the patients. This identification avoidance would also serve as a nod to a group of illegal voters to whom the Obama campaign out-pandered John McCain, illegal aliens.
Obama's on-line fund-raising system worked very well during his campaign. Some of this system might provide assistance in paying for what little care Daschle's Council of Death (aka Federal Reserve-like board) approves.) The fund-raising system would mesh smoothly with the identification avoidance portion of the plan because Team Obama wasn't concerned about real identities when it came to on-line donations. Recall Michelle Malkin's piece alerting readers to a Newsmax story in October:
More than a week ago, a north Kansas City couple blew the whistle on credit card fraud benefiting the Obama campaign.
Investigative journalist Ken Timmerman has uncovered more:
What do Bart Simpson, Family Guy, Daffy Duck, King Kong, O.J. Simpson, and Raela Odinga have in common?
All are celebrities; and with the exception of Odinga and O.J.
Simpson, they also are fictional characters. And yet, all of them gave
money earlier this month to the campaign of Barack Obama, without any
apparent effort by the campaign to screen them out as suspect donors.
…The Obama campaign has turned a blind eye to the possibility of
donor fraud. Reportedly, during the heated primary battle with Hillary
Clinton, the Obama campaign “turned off” many of the security features
on its online donor page, allowing any person with a valid credit card
number to donate using any name or address.
If Obama and Daschle intend to savagely destroy the health care system "for the good of the people", wouldn't it be nice if some of the fraudulent and possibly foreign donors alleviated some of the taxpayer burden for the sub-par, rationed care we shall receive? Couldn't that constitute (not to be confused with the Constitution, which "Big Brother" Barry finds fundamentally flawed) "change?"
When Czar Daschle’s Council of Death decides that a certain number of patients will not be allowed to receive a certain treatment (to treat is wasteful,) Barack Obama’s primary campaign staff, the main-stream media, will again be called into service to spin the decision and sell it to the public. The media could always fall back on campaign tactics in this situation, by inserting the “denial of treatment” in place of “Bill Ayers” thus making denial of treatment a mainstream and valuable asset to the community. Health care and politics have more in common than I originally thought. I suppose this is why the FFT (feckless fifty two percent) decided to hand our health care over to the noble politicians.
The Axis of Abortion, which battled hard to get the most pro-infanticide candidate in history elected to the highest office in the land, can also play a vital role in the new system. Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and Emily’s List can help control costs by continuing their efforts to prevent children from being born. Remember, a person not born can incur no health care costs! I wonder if the Obama Administration will be substituting Planned Parenthood gift certificates for income tax rebates to families claiming minors as dependents? Obamacare is about compassion, the greater good, and freedom of choice… as long as the choice is abortion.
I suppose ACORN can use its special talents to decrease long wait periods in the event that Team Obama decides not to refrain from identifying patients. ACORN might be able to register fictional characters and dead people for certain long wait period rationed procedures. This way, when an ACORN registered "patient" doesn't show up for a scheduled procedure, perhaps someone that actually needs the procedure can take the slot without waiting weeks or months. This would be similar to being on stand-by and hoping to get on a fully booked flight thanks to a no-show.
I truly am inspired to hope... to hope none of my loved ones become ill and require Obamacare.