A Call To The First 2000 names in the Boston Phone Book, Your Country Needs You Now
William F. Buckley stated that he would rather be governed by the first 2000 names in the Boston phone book rather than 2000 professors of Harvard. Well Bill, the time is now. We have met the faculty and from the past five years, we believe they should stick to their lounges, worn sport jackets and pony tails, and their pastime of mutual admiration.
Theory has met reality and theory loses.
Warm and fuzzy but inapplicable, unrealistic, and uncalculated is Obamacare. Accounting magic, front loaded costs, double counting hundreds of millions of dollars and all to make the bird fly. It is out of the nest now, but there is no air under its wings.
How many millions have been wasted, are being wasted, and will be wasted to resurrect this bungled and theoretically contrived monstrosity?
Obama and his minions shout through the media megaphone that the 16 day slow down of the Federal government was an ill conceived, destructive, divisive and hateful exercise by the Republicans. In reality it was a failed attempt to rescue the Nation.
The Republican attempt to shield the nation from Obamacare deserves applause
The demonization of the Republicans for shutting down (slowing down) the federal government now rings false and disjointed. Can the citizenry discover the gravity of this without guidance from the media?
Rewritten by the circumvention of constitutionality, rephrased and redefined by a labored Supreme Court ruling, and implemented selectively by politically granted waivers, any efforts to defund Obamacare should be applauded.
But, apparently it is good to leave a nation in a condition in which its people are entirely confused about their healthcare insurance costs and coverage. And apparently it is bad to attempt to prevent such a disastrous occurrence as noted by the damnation that has met the Republican efforts.
What then is jamming through an ill conceived unread bill which resulted in a remarkable and yet uncalculated cost to the citizens of this country and the unnecessary burden to businesses via regulation, confusion, and expense? Costs and inconvenience are mere distractions to be cast aside. The world of theory is appeasing.
The fundamental concept of forcing people off of their current health insurance coverage and costs to meet the demands of the federal government is distasteful at the least and a theft of liberty.
The elegantly contrived theories by those in the academic bubble, devoid of wisdom but degreed to the hilt, do not fly. There is no lift under the wings of this power grab that is to be fueled by the theoretical compliance of unwilling masses.
Perhaps within the first 2000 names in the Boston phone book we could bump into someone from the private sector, someone who built a business, or someone with real world knowledge, experience and wisdom that could apply those qualities to the governance of this Nation.