ObamaCare Destroys Bill Clinton's Legacy

The Affordable Health Care Act is not insurance, but welfare.  When you cover guaranteed losses under pre-existing conditions, you are not gambling on possible losses; you are assuming real losses, and amassing money from the taxpayers to pay for them. 

There is no chance that Obama can reduce the cost of insurance without taking the money from other taxpayers' pockets.  Clinton, working with his Republican Congress, reduced welfare.  He turned down his wife's promotion of national health care.  He did not turn insurance from a free-market business into a handout. 

It's shocking based on Clinton's experience and success that he has stood up for Obama.  Years ago I was a financial contributor to Clinton's election, and seeing him supporting Obama (a failed president in the military; in finance; and in the self-reliance, Emersonian ethos) made me feel a kind of peeved disappointment. 

Clinton was putting the last nail in his legacy.  He had previously harassed young women, but now he was harassing his nation.  You can't respect Clinton when party affiliation is more important to him than the interests of his country. 

Democrats have to stop supporting their failures and deal with problems objectively, as if they cared about results more than party promotion or tossing aspersions at the Republicans.

Insurance is not welfare.  Welfare is not effective.  The Affordable Health Care Act will fall on its own political sword.  Obama's government is tripping over the feet of its own liberal-socialistic-communistic  dance.

David Lawrence is a former insurance executive.  He is the author of several books and hundreds of blogs.

The Affordable Health Care Act is not insurance, but welfare.  When you cover guaranteed losses under pre-existing conditions, you are not gambling on possible losses; you are assuming real losses, and amassing money from the taxpayers to pay for them. 

There is no chance that Obama can reduce the cost of insurance without taking the money from other taxpayers' pockets.  Clinton, working with his Republican Congress, reduced welfare.  He turned down his wife's promotion of national health care.  He did not turn insurance from a free-market business into a handout. 

It's shocking based on Clinton's experience and success that he has stood up for Obama.  Years ago I was a financial contributor to Clinton's election, and seeing him supporting Obama (a failed president in the military; in finance; and in the self-reliance, Emersonian ethos) made me feel a kind of peeved disappointment. 

Clinton was putting the last nail in his legacy.  He had previously harassed young women, but now he was harassing his nation.  You can't respect Clinton when party affiliation is more important to him than the interests of his country. 

Democrats have to stop supporting their failures and deal with problems objectively, as if they cared about results more than party promotion or tossing aspersions at the Republicans.

Insurance is not welfare.  Welfare is not effective.  The Affordable Health Care Act will fall on its own political sword.  Obama's government is tripping over the feet of its own liberal-socialistic-communistic  dance.

David Lawrence is a former insurance executive.  He is the author of several books and hundreds of blogs.