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Obamacare: It’s Really About Power And Control

01 April 2014 @ 21:58

The point and purpose of Obamacare was never about insuring the uninsured.

Jeff Goldstein is dead solid perfect [per usual]:

…Its purpose was to continue the progressive agenda of nationalizing everything, with healthcare perhaps the most important plank in the foundation for a soft-socialist coup. Through ObamaCare — which will eventually they believe force either a single payer system or some sort of veneer of private enterprise fronting for the government as a primary controller of health care costs, etc. (the liberal fascist model) — the federal government has a very real control over your life and death. But that’s just a side perk. If you die, you die. Bumps in the road.

No, what they were after was the kind of power that comes with information, and between ObamaCare, the IRS, and the NSA, there isn’t a single thing the federal government doesn’t know about you, should they decide to go digging. And as we live in a post-Constitutional country, where the rule of law is now arbitrary and selectively enforced, this in turn creates all the conditions for a coercive police state, where dissent goes to die out of fear of reprisal by the State and its functionaries.

To obtain the kind of unlimited Power the Left In America desires, they must gain control over the citizens of The United States and they are very near to reaching that goal for the reasons Jeff lists.  They will soon have enough information on enough Americans so that they can blackmail us into doing what they want out of fear.


As I wrote in the recent Dispatch, No One Is Safe Anymore:

While it appears that The Rule Of Law still exists in America, it is, in fact, dead….  It is an empty promise, a false facade that hides the malevolent force of Despotism, and can be thrown aside in one swift and easy movement.

To achieve Power And Control, one must be able to efficiently use Fear on a grand scale.

Soon — mark me — they will.

I know not what course others may take, but as for me:
I will not be a slave; I will either Live Free Or Die


  1. M. Thompson permalink
    01 April 2014 @ 22:45 22:45

    Exactly. It is about telling people how to live.

    “Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.”

    C. S. Lewis was right.

    • 01 April 2014 @ 23:35 23:35

      He usually was spot-on.

      • M. Thompson permalink
        02 April 2014 @ 00:11 00:11

        A clear-eyed man like many of his generation.

        • thecampofthesaints permalink
          02 April 2014 @ 07:19 07:19

          God grant us such men in this dark age.

          On Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 12:11 AM, The Camp Of The Saints wrote:


  2. Starless permalink
    01 April 2014 @ 23:20 23:20

    What makes this most self-evident is the fact that they clearly don’t give a shit whether the 30 (or 40 or whatever) million uninsured get insurance or not. The constant lying and over-the-top comedic incompetence of their system roll-out would be indicators of that.

    • 01 April 2014 @ 23:35 23:35


      • Starless permalink
        02 April 2014 @ 08:10 08:10

        These assholes need to be held to account and made to explain this graph. A 25% reduction from projected performance to actual performance after spending $2 billion on a system which still crashes can only be the result of criminal incompetence and/or intentional malfeasance. Instead of high-giving himself in the Rose Garden, Obama should be publicly declaring his personal shame and dishonor like a Toyota executive.

        • 03 April 2014 @ 19:18 19:18

          Methinks it’s both criminal incompetence and intentional malfeasance. After all: the Left wants to get their way and, since they have rejected Morality, they can do whatever they believe it takes to get their way.

  3. 02 April 2014 @ 13:17 13:17

    “Obama should be publicly declaring his personal shame and dishonor like a Toyota executive.”

    He probably considers himself to be a success. This is part of the transformation that he was talking about.

    • M. Thompson permalink
      02 April 2014 @ 15:49 15:49

      In some societies, those who had done great wrongs would be allowed to dine with their ancestors once a proper apology had been made.

    • Starless permalink
      02 April 2014 @ 16:24 16:24

      Considering that the real goal was to obliterate the private insurance industry, I imagine he does sincerely consider ObamaCare a success.

    • Adobe_Walls permalink
      02 April 2014 @ 18:38 18:38

      It’s not his fault because he doesn’t speak Navajo or something.

  4. 02 April 2014 @ 16:15 16:15

    Is that a faggot on that flag?

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