Tuesday, August 4, 2009
Obama Deception of Mixed Messages on Health Care Reform
NOW- The White House, meaning Obama, is open to Congressional Democrats suggestion to limit the existing tax break for employer-provided benefits.
THEN- During the campaign Obama was extremely critical of McCain for saying that he wanted to end tax breaks for employer provided health benefits, and said that he wouldn't do that.
Limiting that tax break enough to raise serious funds would amount to the LARGEST TAX INCREASE IN 16 YEARS- and largest middle-class tax increase since even before then.
FIRST- On June 19th, an anonymous White House Aide said that the President's promise that people who like their coverage could keep it shouldn't be taken literally.
SECOND- On June 23rd, Obama said "The Government is not going to make you change plans under health reform."
According to Newsmax magazine, The "Public-Option" is to take the country toward a government health insurance monopoly.
The House Democrats Plan allows the "Public-Option" to tell doctors who participate in Obama's plan that they cannot participate in private plans.
Obama in ABC Broadcast: Obama suggested that doctors and hospitals be given incentives not to provide allegedly unnecessary care.
Obama is the mixed messages President, where he says one thing at one point in time, then at another point in time, he or a member of his administration gives the exact opposite message. So how can we possibly trust a President that doesn't know the very Health Care Bill that he is trying to sell to the American people? I think that this is a continuation of the Obama deception Presidency. He wants to keep the American people in the dark as to what is exactly in this bill. Obama hasn't committed himelf and his family to this government run health care. If its not good enough for him and his family, then its not good enough for the American people. We need to continue fighting against Obamacare for the simple fact that it will not help the American people, but in fact HURT the American people and their accessibility to health care.