Truth Before Dishonor

I would rather be right than popular

Will Obama Care “collapse of its own accord”?

Posted by DNW on 2013/09/27


 

 

A Question: Why is it expected by some that so-called Obama Care will collapse of its own accord, when its designers and promoters recognize no limits to their ability to coerce or draw upon you in order to fund and prop it up?

How exactly does that work?

Is there some length to which the progressives currently threatening social violence if their ill-begotten and legally bastard dream of punitive equity is not endowed, will henceforth refuse to go?

Is there some extractive limit beyond which, those who nonchalantly admit they recognize no limits, will not legislatively trespass if their spawn appears undernourished?

For those who think so, what real world evidence do they have to support this hope?

 

8 Responses to “Will Obama Care “collapse of its own accord”?”

  1. AOTC said

    when you claim you own the keys to the dictionary, law and rule books, you pretty much have total control. it appears leftists have doubled down and claim to have what we commonly call “the master key”. they own it all, or claim to. there is no reasoning with the likes of such, as the worldview you would have to “reason” against is totally insane.

    what to do… what to do…

    i was thinking about the bible story of Jericho. how the walls came down via a very ironic unconventional way. aside from the story’s message about submission or trust to a higher power, i think there is also a lesson about strategy and tactics. solutions that arise from seeing reality often have a weird quirk to them. those types of solutions completely blindside those who do not reside in reality. maybe marching in circles is worth a try…

    Like

  2. AOTC said

    on a related note.. i am participating in an online course https://www.coursera.org/course/kierkegaard

    Like

  3. The Omnivore said

    The theory is that it is, in fact, *designed* to collapse in order to either (a) kill private insurance and usher in single-payer or (b) to simply destroy the economy (as planned) by being a health-care crashing give-away. The other theory is (c) the preparation for it is so poorly done that the exchanges cannot go online and the machine will simply freeze up and enrage people with 404 errors and more real-world problems (i.e. you buy insurance and then can’t find a doctor who takes it / is still in business).

    Like

  4. DNW said

    The Omnivore said
    2013/09/30 at 08:38 e

    The theory is that it is, in fact, *designed* to collapse in order to either (a) kill private insurance and usher in single-payer or (b) to simply destroy the economy (as planned) by being a health-care crashing give-away. The other theory is (c) the preparation for it is so poorly done that the exchanges cannot go online and the machine will simply freeze up and enrage people with 404 errors and more real-world problems (i.e. you buy insurance and then can’t find a doctor who takes it / is still in business).”

    You probably won’t find too many people who would discount those scenarios entirely.

    Reid is on record as calling it a first step toward single payer.

    If that first step is an unmitigated disaster, the left will merely say something along the lines of, “I told you that half-measures are no good. How do you expect us to manage a system like that? There’s still too much disruptive freedom going on!”

    Like

  5. DNW said

    AOTC said
    2013/09/29 at 10:10 e

    on a related note.. i am participating in an online course https://www.coursera.org/course/kierkegaard

    That looks interesting. Being as prejudiced – almost violently – as I am against him, while knowing only a smattering about him, it would behoove me to check it out.

    He’s probably not the masochistic frock-coated neurasthenic fideist I imagine. LOL

    Let us know what you find out.

    Thanks for the link.

    Like

  6. DNW said

    AOTC perceptively if rhetorically writes,

    “what to do… what to do…”

    Yes, that is where we find ourselves isn’t it.

    This generation of “conservatives” have hashed the ideas out, and thoroughly through. Having grown up among and to some extent under the taken-for-granted domination of a “liberal” presuppositional framework, we are thoroughly familiar with their ideas – inside and out.

    As a matter of fact, the Tea Party Types who admit that they are late comers to this debate aside, many of us have been minutely schooled in the ideology and philosophies of the left, and probably understand the implications of their doctrines better than 90% of those leftoids propounding them do.

    So, although we still do so, we don’t generally need to debate the premisses anymore. We know what they are. We know what follows. And we know that the left cannot justify their premisses on the basis of their own metaphysical ( not meant in any supernatural sense here) presuppositions.

    It’s just their appetite for control and advantage, against your need for freedom. Thus the question, “What to do?”, becomes a preeminently practical one.

    Like

  7. AOTC said

    DNW said
    2013/09/30 at 09:10
    “”””He’s probably not the masochistic frock-coated neurasthenic fideist I imagine. LOL”””

    funny story… some weeks back while watching a steelers pre-season game… i was talking to mr AOTC during a commerical… (i had been reading and researching on the tablet) saying how i got a tip to get in on a free online course about “Kierkegaard” … i then followed up with some popular quotes from him. mr AOTC ,(always the gentleman and willing to defer to my conversational prompts) said: “wow, sounds like SHE was hoplessly depressed”

    LOL !!! This is why I love mr AOTC. heh (side note, we just celebrated our twenty-ninth anniversary yesterday) 🙂

    i think it will be really interesting. im not sure i have the wits to follow the study course and participate like the others but i want to see what all the fuss is about.

    Like

  8. DNW said

    AOTC said
    2013/09/30 at 19:28 e

    DNW said
    2013/09/30 at 09:10
    “”””He’s probably not the masochistic frock-coated neurasthenic fideist I imagine. LOL”””

    funny story… some weeks back while watching a steelers pre-season game… i was talking to mr AOTC during a commerical… (i had been reading and researching on the tablet) saying how i got a tip to get in on a free online course about “Kierkegaard” … i then followed up with some popular quotes from him. mr AOTC ,(always the gentleman and willing to defer to my conversational prompts) said: “wow, sounds like SHE was hoplessly depressed”

    I knew the guy who had the same Hogan golf instruction book would have superior judgement too.

    LOL !!! This is why I love mr AOTC. heh (side note, we just celebrated our twenty-ninth anniversary yesterday)🙂

    Congratulations.

    i think it will be really interesting. im not sure i have the wits to …”

    You know better. Don’t let your husband catch you talking about yourself like that.

    ” … follow the study course and participate like the others but i want to see what all the fuss is about.”

    Let us know what you find out.

    Like

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.

 
%d bloggers like this: