Now you see how Obama always ties each of his policies into the doom and gloom sales pitch. Every sales pitch starts with grandiosity, describing what dire times we find ourselves in. Never does he mention that his own policies is the reason for the times. Never.
Afterword: I am a woman undergoing treatment for an aggressive form of breast cancer who, thanks to the efforts of President Clinton and Rod Blogojevich, was able to avail myself of the programs that are currently working to save my life.
There are all of these advantages of the internet, however, it is not that simple. Usually, the premiums quoted online are are the preferred pricing, which many people cannot qualify for due to a medical condition or a height and weight restriction. They also often times show their lowest priced plans, which often times are reduced benefit plans. Some companies will advertise their 50%/50% co-insurance plan rather than their 80%/20% just to show the lower rate. Other companies have a higher out of pocket maximum, which means paying more at the time of claim.
The sales man-in-chief held his town hall meeting on health care reform at Northern Virginia Community College, in Annandale, Virginia. It was another high-pressure, all the chips are on the table, sales pitch for Obamacare.
There are no economic reasons to give the government more control over health care given that it has financially botched everything it has touched. Government healthcare is a political move not an economic one.
Billy Mays was different from Obama in many forms. The main difference was that Billy Mays only pitched those products he totally believed worked and would in some way benefit the people. Obama is trying to sell us snake oil.
Keep in mind, finally — and this is the last point that I’ll make — that you have a bunch of countries that have systems in which government is involved but you still have a thriving private insurance market — The netherlands being a good example. Everybody is covered. Everybody has care. The government has regulations in there. But it does not somehow take over the entire private insurance market. So I just want people to understand nobody is talking about a government takeover of health care. I want to repeat that one last time.