The latest example of Obama’s disdain for liberty

On Obama:
A ditch, not a summit.
More on Obama’s support for socialized medicine.
The Healthcare Trojan Horse in the Porkulus Bill.
From general election.
On healthcare policy issues:
On importing drugs.
How government created the problem in the first place.
More on drug costs and government allocation of healthcare services.
So drug costs – the frequent target – are roughly 10-12% of total healthcare costs. The socialists want to reduce their costs when they are only a small portion of the total cost of delivering healthcare services. Not only is that an action which will stifle new drug innovation, thereby adversely impacting the health of future generations, but the lesser/non-use of drugs will often result in more and longer hospitalizations when the symptoms managed by drugs are under less clinical control.
Hey, Obama’s historically ignorant and, at a minimum, economically illiterate. So why not add foolish about healthcare services to the growing list?
Get that man a Tele-prompter quickly so he will know what to say!

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Mike
Mike
12 years ago

“Hey, Obama’s historically ignorant and, at a minimum, economically illiterate.”
How does this make him any different from every other “progressive” on the planet?

joe bernstein
joe bernstein
12 years ago

Rush Limbaugh has been ranting for 20 years and along comes Obama and he can’t take it.If he’s this thin skinned with a radio blowhard,let’s be concerned about how he’ll react with real dangerous head cases running various countries and movements around the world.
Obama has never in his life hasd a hard time from anyone.At least not that he has made public.It’s not very propitious that his baptism under fire will come in the White House.He’s gonna have to learn how to take harsh criticism and learn to speak without that lousy teleprompter.The man is about as spontaneous as a dictionary.

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