Obamacare about as healthy as a bag of chips washed down with a chocolate shake taller than the Willis Tower

Wouldn’t it be just be peachy if President Obama woke up tomorrow and smelled the insanity of Obamacare before it strangles all of us by contractive spasm?

Just look at Oregon, a state a lot of folks overlook because it’s way up there in the far northwest about a dogsled ride from the Arctic Circle.

Oregon initiated an ambitious health care policy in 2008 that guaranteed Medicaid coverage for low-income adults.

Guess what? The recipients fared no better than a control group of uninsured, low-income Oregonians in tests for hypertension, cholesterol and diabetes treatment — all medical conditions that can be managed with proper care.

You don’t have to go to Harvard Medical School or know a witch doctor to realize the Oregon findings indicate universal health care doesn’t make Americans healthier.

Insurance for the poor is a major component of the Affordable Care Act that soon will bowl over the country like a gigantic ten pin.

Besides, Americans were born to be unhealthy. Tom Jefferson put that in the fine print of the Constitution. And imagine how difficult it is to write fine print with a quill pen. So it had to be important to him.

Jefferson knew that our DNA is laced with genetics that make us crave junk food like Julius Caesar once craved Gaul.

Genetics that are contagious and spread to subsequent generations of immigrants – legal or otherwise.

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2 thoughts on “Obamacare about as healthy as a bag of chips washed down with a chocolate shake taller than the Willis Tower

  1. Imagine everybody is too unhealthy to comment on this post 🙂

  2. Murray says:

    Didn’t want to pollute what can only be described as a pristine presentation.

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