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With this endorsement, Obama must be really proud

by John Allison III, editor

President Obama’s government takeover of the US health care system did get a big endorsement today. One that should make any (every?) follower of Karl Marx proud.

Everyone who ever found it difficult wading through the piles of the uninsured who perished at the door of the ER can now take pride in their country. Those who can’t afford health insurance but read this post on a $2000 computer while smoking a cigarette with their beer will be elated to learn the Democrats’ takeover must have been the right thing because the most revered humanitarian philanthropic model of human decency has now publicly given Obamacare his stamp of approval!

Who you ask?

You’re likely thinking a Nobel Laureate, or someone adored the world around. Someone especially loved in his own country.

Let’s see.

“We consider health reform to have been an important battle and a success of his (Obama’s) government,” Fidel Castro wrote in an essay published in state media, adding that it would strengthen the president’s hand against lobbyists and “mercenaries.”

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“It is really incredible that 234 years after the Declaration of Independence … the government of that country has approved medical attention for the majority of its citizens, something that Cuba was able to do half a century ago,” wrote Castro.

That’s right!

Obamacare must be a great thing because the humanitarian hero Fidel Castro tells us our President did the right thing! Castro says it’s great that the US is FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF CUBA (only a half century behind)!

So I wonder, after the passage of another half century, will the children of our children sail for Cuba in overcrowded homemade boats hoping to improve their lives as they flee their third world country?


Tags: Obamacare, Health Care, Castro, Repeal, Change, Cuba, Fidel Castro, Obama, Socialism, Karl Marx
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March 25, 2010 - Posted by | Health Care

7 Comments »

  1. I will be your biggest advocate in this!

    Comment by Judy | March 25, 2010 | Reply

  2. I commented on this in my blog too – there’s more to the picture it seems.

    Comment by return2commonsense | March 25, 2010 | Reply

  3. Not surprising that this ‘dictator’ would admire Obama, their feelings are ‘mutual’.. both are Dictators!

    Comment by Dee | March 26, 2010 | Reply

    • You’re right Dee! Obama is Castro’s protege, and Castro is Obama’s mentor!

      Comment by John Allison, III | March 26, 2010 | Reply

  4. As I read through this article there’s a couple things that became painfully obvious. The writer must use a mac, their owners would be the only ones to think that everyone with a computer spent $2000 on it. That photo is an clear fake, which should never be presented in a way to say otherwise. And people are actually listening to the words of a crazed dictator instead of hearing the response by their president. If thousands of Haitian orphans are brought to the US by the Catholic church and NAMBLA says “What they’ve done is great” would you criticize the church for saving so many? No, you would dismiss it. There’s no difference here. Only time will tell what will actually happen with health care and the author’s assumption seems just as dumb as the manner in which he wrote it. One of the things that makes this country great is the ability to express any opinion we like, but when you only write half the story you’re not letting anyone make up their minds for themselves, which sounds a lot like the control of the media in much of the Middle-East.

    Comment by seriously? | March 28, 2010 | Reply

    • No, I’m a PC. Never used a MAC.

      But I do know people who’ve spent $2000 on a computer and claimed they couldn’t afford health insurance. In fact, every reference I make to illustrate the absurd claim that 30-40 million people in this country can’t get insurance, is something I’ve actually observed over the years.

      That’s what happens though, in an entitlement-riddled society. People become dependent on the government to provide for them, and tend to use their money to supply their wants instead of their needs. While not all fall into this category, it’s a large part of the problem.

      I have previously stated that I support reform, and could even support expanding Medicaid to the “chronically uninsured”–those with certain medical conditions that make health insurance unaffordable for even the wealthy. (Cancer, diabetes, and some other diseases come to mind.) But these people constitute less than half the administration wants to cover with our money. Covering them could be done without completely revamping the system.

      But that wouldn’t satisfy the power-hungry Socialists running our country.

      Your scenario church-NAMBLA hypothetical doesn’t even rate a response it’s so far off the mark.

      As for the “time will tell” argument, get back with me in a few years if we don’t repeal this. Or the next time you need medical attention, travel to Cuba to take advantage of their “superior” health care system if you want to see where we’ll be in a few years.

      Comment by John Allison, III | March 28, 2010 | Reply

  5. For the Record, people look CLOSELY, the photo is a FAKE, most like engineered by one of your Tea Party activisits — perhaps like the ones that were arrested in Michigan & Ohio plotting to ambush & kill policemen and first responders. These are the people you call “Patriots”..??

    Comment by Wren | March 30, 2010 | Reply


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