Kill the Liberman Bill

This post was written by junky on December 17, 2009
Posted Under: Health care reform

The anti-health care bill has become so disgustingly pro-big pharma, health insurance death panel (yes they exist and the murderous insurance companies and their flag bearers like Liberman are part of the death industry)…

That’s death for greedmurder for profit.

Switzerland and Belgium (I believe the latter) use private insurance companies but regulated as public companies for the good of the public – not socialism (not that there’s anything wrong with the public option) why don’t we do the same for the armed forces as we do for health care.

I as someone who is not scared and is a pacifist would pay no company for offense and wars and Imperial bases overseas and warmongers could pay whatever they want for the ministry of war which is what the so called DOD (department of defense) does.

But non of right wingbats (including Obama – not progressive but extreme right wing Democrat) are ready to get rid of this disgraceful socialism (their words not mine) of the armed forces.

And yet all we want is universal affordable health care and we don’t care how they do it.

If the Democratic party drops dead in front of that neo-Nazi Liberman then it’s time for progressives to drop out of the party.

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