11 November, 2014

By Way of Deception, Thou Shalt Do Law*

Posted by Socrates in jewed culture, jewed law, Mossad, Obama, Obamacare, Socrates at 1:35 pm | Permanent Link

The Jewish architect of Obamacare says that some facts about Obamacare had to be hidden in order for it to become law.

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*Israel’s Mossad spy agency has a motto that says “By way of deception, thou shalt do war”


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  7. 7 Responses to “By Way of Deception, Thou Shalt Do Law*”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      If the stupid right-wing doesn’t like ObongoCare then they should have supported the idea of a universal, single-payer system that covers all Americans. It would have been perfectly Constitutional and it would not have required any 1600 page long book of Federal regulations to explain it, like ObongoCare does.

      Dammit, I hate those right-wing kahnservatards. They’re probably inflicting far more damage to this country and to the economy than the bleeding-heart “big government” liberals are. In fact I’m sure of it.

    2. Antagonistes Says:

      So eager to appear before a death-panel, Tim?

      Under universal insurance, doctors’ offices would be flooded with negroes and dumbasses, who have only sniffles or ate too many chitlins.

      Intelligent, responsible people would be lumped among them, and endure their constant whinings and incoherent cell-phone mumblings.

      Obamacare had carte blanche, and they have made a mess of it, as they would do with any universal insurance scheme.

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      What’s your solution, Ant? Just let 30 or 40 million people go without any coverage at all until they have to be sent to the emergency room for what should have been an easily treatable or preventable illness? And what happens when they can’t pay their huge bill? The hospital has to pay the bill for them, which means that cost gets sent along to other patients. And whatever doesn’t get paid by the hospital gets sent to a collection agency. I just read that one in seven Americans are being hounded to death by collection agencies as it is, many of them for unpaid medical bills.

      I would rather have “socialized” medicine than corporate, for-profit medicine. If medical students want to get rich in their chosen profession let them become private physicians for wealthy sand-niggers in Bahrain, or plastic surgeons for Jewesses in Beverly Hills. Otherwise keep quiet, roll up your sleeves and get to work helping patients to get better, dammit.

    4. Antagonistes Says:

      Medical costs have gone sky-high BECAUSE of insurance.

      Let people pay out of pocket, and the prices just might go down.

      And those people without insurance—-in my town, we used to have public hospitals for such. Bring them back. The care was not first-rate, but then again—you get what you pay, or don’t pay, for. But at least they were getting cared for, instead of being thrown into the gutter. And many of them were healed.

      But, yes, Tim—as we get older, the vultures circle. Sad, but a fact of life.

      How to fix it—I don’t know. I hope that I can just go to some national park in Colorado, pack out into the wilderness, and die. Perhaps the gods will send some wolves to eat me, quickly. That would be quite useful for them, and an interesting experience for me.

    5. CW-2 Says:

      Before people start screaming about ‘socialized medicine’, the jewK has such a system and it works reasonably well. It is funded directly out of general taxation so there are no insurance companies creaming off the top. There are a growing number of expensive private hospitals that cater for those paying into private insurance schemes, and these schemes are usually subsidized by their employers, so applies mainly to managers’, ‘professionals’ etc.
      The National Health Service does work on a waiting list basis, so for a non-urgent condition a patient may have to wait several weeks to be treated. But it is usually possible to see a local doctor within 2 or 3 days, sometimes the same day.

    6. Thom McQueen Says:

      Ant, you told me yourself that your hospital bill after those gooks beat you up was more than $20,000. For two freakin days! In Australia it would have been about $5,000. You are paying for the bludgers.

    7. Antagonistes Says:

      Right, Thom. That is why they should have their own indigent hospitals.