Thursday, July 23, 2009


I believe it was Einstein that said, "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." Great quote, but I am sick to death of hearing it. Liberals continue to use it as justification for Healthcare reform. "We should just try it" or "You'll never know till you try". What reasoning! On second thought, maybe Conservatives should use that reasoning.
Healthcare reform perplexes me, frustrates me, and confuses me. Look at any Government ran program and tell me that it runs efficiently. Look at Medicare, Social Security, and don't forget the state ran programs in Alabama, California, Georgia, New York (just to name a few). All are funded by the government or State, and designed for children, 65+ individuals, the disabled, and lower income Americans. A simple Google search provides links to multiple free or cheap coverage plans for Americans (not ILLEGAL immigrants - go back to your country and rape and pillage it).
Why do Liberals want to create yet another government or state owned program? By using Liberal reasoning - Haven't we tried it? And clearly it isn't working. So why try it again? Isn't that pure INSANITY.
So let's CHANGE! Educate Americans on the programs we do have. Educate children on obesity, diabetes, cancer, AIDS, diet, exercise, and just general medical care. Really look at cutting the cost of Healthcare. Look into preventative care not reactionary care. Take the option of growing the government by establishing another government funded agency off the table!


  1. Thanks for the follow on my blog. I look forward to reading yours as well. Please look over the list of blue dog dems on my blog. We seem to have hit a nerve. My blog got a mention on Politico. We need to keep the pressure up on the blue dogs.
    I guess I am officially on the "watch list" now.

  2. We don't need Socialized medicine, If the government wants to fund medical care, offer EVERY CITIZEN a voucher toward healthcare. We'll shop the private sector with those vouchers.

    You'd better believe that providers would compete at a pricepoint aimed right at the value of those vouchers.

    I know. I know. I'm just thinking out loud.