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October 15, 2010

Private Health Insurance Will Be Dead in 3 Years

Posted by Dave Blount at October 15, 2010 11:01 AM

If you were wondering what the hell was the point of spending massive sums of money that we don't have to spare on "fixing" a healthcare system that wasn't broken by piling thick layers of inept bureaucracy on top of it, Tom Coburn has the answer:

"Private health insurance in the U.S. will be dead in three years, U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn said Tuesday.
"There will be no insurance industry left in three years," Coburn told the Republican Women's Club of Tulsa County.
"That is by design. You're going to make insurance unaffordable for everyone — which is what they want. Because if there's no private insurance left, what's left? Government-centered, government-run, single-payer health care."

Dems knew they would face the wrath of voters after shoving ObamaCare down our throats in such an obnoxious fashion and in clear opposition to the will of the people. The reason they were willing to fall on their swords is that the ramifications go beyond healthcare.

Coburn, facing re-election on Nov. 2, said it will be "the beginning of the end of America" if the reform bill's so-called individual mandate is not revoked or thrown out by the courts.
"This will be a major step in the elimination of the freedom of the American people," Coburn said.

Once socialists control healthcare, they have us by the throats. Can you imagine Britain ever becoming a great country again? People may be asking the same of America in a generation, thanks to Obama and his congressional accomplices.

Our future depends on it. Via Wake Up America.

On a tip from Fines.