Why is Webster Tarpley Spouting Marketing Slogans and Tacitly Supporting the Privatization of Medicare?
by Scott Creighton
(Yes folks, the ACA has two pilot programs which set up the privatization of Medicare. Keep reading.)
We’re being sold a bill of goods. The opinion makers are busy pushing the limited hangout criticism of Obamacare as “bad policy” and they’re doing it for a reason.
Across the artificial ideological divide, the dissident left and right are now in complete harmony with each other claiming the Roberts court SCOTUS ruling on the so-called Affordable Care Act is legitimate, that congress does have the authority to force individuals to engage in commerce with a flawed and even criminal insurance industry on the sole basis that they are US citizens. The argument is that the Obamacare bill may in fact be “bad policy” but it is constitutional.
Once again, I am going to stay out here on the wildest fringes of political dissent and I am going to argue that not only is this conclusion wrong, but I intend to show that the entire “bad policy” meme is probably a marketing campaign bought and paid for by insurance and banking interests intent on disarming the only hope we have to overturn this precedent setting ruling.