1/2/2014. Cheyenne, WY – Michael Moore, the crazed Hollywood personality of liberal mindset and pro-Democrat documentaries, has broken from the party line, although not by much, to criticize Obamacare, calling both its rollout and provisions “awful.”
He made the assessment in a written piece to The New York Times, saying that it was high time liberals came forward and admitted the obvious.
“That is the dirty little secret many liberals have avoided saying out loud for fear of aiding the president’s enemies at a time when the ideal of universal health care needed all the support it could get,” Mr. Moore wrote. But the truth is this, he added: “Obamacare is awful.”
But, lest you’re tempted to jump up on your desk and do a two-step, consider this: his reasons are hardly those of conservatives, which, of course, is hardly surprising if you know who and what Michael Moore is.
Rather, he said the health care plan was actually pro-insurance industry (Arrgh! How awful), and President Obama knew that the better path for reform was a single-payer system that simply provided Medicare for everybody. It’s the second part of that statement that reveals Moore’s true socialist/communist/secular humanist position on health care. No market-based health care plans for him. No private health insurance. Government is ALL.
Still, Mr. Moore said Obamacare was better than nothing in terms of overhauling the nation’s health care industry — and was actually a “godsend” for those who faced loss of coverage. Note the presumptuous nature of this statement: that the nation’s healthcare system, admittedly the best in the world, needs “overhauling.” This is reminiscent of Mr. Obama’s cheeky statement during his first campaign for president. I paraphrase slightly: “We live in the best, most successful country in the world. Now help me change it.”
Mr. Moore goes on to say, “But instead of taking a victory lap, those of progressive (read, Communist, Socialist, Atheist, Secular Humanist) political minds should instead keep on fighting for what we deserve: universal health care, akin to what Vermont will implement in 2017,” he said, in his op-ed piece in the New York Times.
What I took from this piece of vomit was this: Vermont is going to attempt universal health care in 2017. So, we have three years to stop them and their attempt to spread communist/socialist/secular humanist solutions in our nation.