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Sen. Angus King: ObamaCare doesn't exist
« on: March 31, 2014, 06:35:49 AM »
Angus King: ObamaCare Doesn’t Exist

March 30, 2014
By Sara Noble


Sen. Angus King, bewitched, bothered or bewildered?


Sen. Angus King, in a characteristic dissociative state, thinks ObamaCare doesn’t exist despite the fact that ObamaCare has full control over every healthcare offering, the means of delivery, and the cost of care no matter who the insurer is.

ObamaCare, sold under the false premise of insuring more Americans, has taken control of every insurance company in the United States. Insurers are no longer independent and have little free choice just as the public has few choices in healthcare for the same reason.

Ann Coulter recently told the story of trying to obtain the best insurance possible and she found that even with the best, she had to choose between her doctors or her hospital.  Choice in healthcare is over.

Listen to Angus:

Sen. Angus S. King Jr. is registered as a Maine independent but he is actually a socialist. Last October, The Washington Times quoted him in an interview with Salon magazine.  He said that conservative groups campaigning against Obamacare are “guilty of murder.”

“That’s a scandal — those people are guilty of murder in my opinion,” Mr. King said. “Some of those people they persuade are going to end up dying because they don’t have health insurance. For people who do that to other people in the name of some obscure political ideology is one of the grossest violations of our humanity I can think of. This absolutely drives me crazy.”

“The bottom line for me is 15, 20, 25,000 people a year die in this country because they don’t have health insurance,” he continued.

“Enabling more people to get coverage is not just common sense, it’s humane. To me it boils down to a moral question, and that is would you allow someone sitting in front of you on the subway to die, or would you take some action — call 911 or a doctor or do CPR yourself. Most people would say no I would not allow someone to die. You have to realize that as a society we’re answering ‘yes’ to 25,000 a year who are dying before our eyes and saying we don’t care.”

After he offended half the nation with his comment, he told his opponents – the murderers – he’d be happy to work with them.

This healthcare emergency he described has been delayed twenty-two times by Mr. Obama. Does that make President Obama a murderer?
« Last Edit: March 31, 2014, 06:36:29 AM by rangerrebew »
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