It's no mystery how I feel about Obamacare. I believe it's an unconstitutional ball of epic suck, actually. Because, in case you weren't paying attention last June, the almighty govermnent, by the power of a handful of glorified ambulance chasers, now has free reign to force you to buy a good or a service (which translates to taking a big ol' dump on liberty and freedom, FYI). Obamacare will tax us ALL exponentially (and not just the rich folks, lemmings!), it will decrease our life expectancy, screw younger Americans (many of whom blindly support Dear Leader, so I kind of want to say "you get what you ask for, minions"), and put a lovely, tight noose around the private sector's proverbial neck.
Oh yeah - and it won't insure the people that Dear Leader said it would. In July, the CBO said that it would fall WAAAAAAAY short of what Obama and his-buddies-that-didn't-read-the-damn-bill promised all of us minions. In fact, after we spend one TRILLION bucks on this piece of crap, 30 million folks will STILL BE UNINSURED.
(Bang head against brick wall here.)
But no matter. Democrats blindly shake their head at this and believe it's the best thing to happen since, well, the Post Office! Yay!
On top of all of the things above, it will minimize innovation. And if there's only one sentence you read in this post, read this one:
It will minimize innovations, which are "made possible by the profit motive."
You get that, smelly-hippie-capitalism-haters?
The PROFIT MOTIVE. Understand it now, because when Obamacare takes full effect and destroys said profit motive, which will destroy said innovations, which will destroy American health care as you know it (and take for granted, obviously), maybe THEN you'll understand why Dear Leader's plan is indeed that epic ball of suck I mention above.
Until then, know this. Even Canada and its policy makers understand why, say, Canadian healthcare is cheaper than American healthcare.