Obamacare never meant to work

Barack Obama signing the Patient Protection an...

Barack Obama signing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act at the White House (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

According to a press release,  Lawrence R. Huntoon, M.D., Ph.D., wrote in the winter 2013
issue of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons that the ACA was a planned failure.

Predicted in the Federal Register in June 2010 was the same massive disruption of the private insurance market that is now
Around 93 million people were expected to lose their health plan.
This includes 50-75 percent of people who purchase their health plan
coverage on their own, 51 percent of those with employer-sponsored
plans, and 53.5 percent of the non-group market.

Huntoon actually quotes Obama as saying that he is a proponent of
single-payer, universal health care. Obama said, “Everyone in, nobody out.” The president explained that the transition would be slow and costs would be great, but the end result would be a socialist style form of medicine.

The president is expecting private insurance to utterly fail the same as it did for people over 65 who left private insurance for Medicare. The Affordable Care Act  was purposefully doomed from the beginning.

ACA architects intended that it would put private insurers out of
business, and destroy private, fee-for-service medicine. Huntoon states,
“The president’s 2003 utopian agenda of a single-payer system cannot
happen as long as they exist.”

The Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons
is published by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons
, a national organization representing physicians in all
specialties since 1943.

The president has purposefully lied to the American public for several years. Never in history has any president been so brazen.

I don’t need sexy insurance

A car crash on Jagtvej in Copenhagen, Denmark.

A car crash on Jagtvej in Copenhagen, Denmark. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: A cheeseburger.

English: A cheeseburger. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

GEICO, Not Gekko

GEICO, Not Gekko (Photo credit: ehpien)

I like my sexy underwear and I enjoy feeling sexy, when I do feel like being sexy, but I don’t need sexy car insurance. In fact, I despise the fact that Geico feels it necessary to use sex to sell insurance.

You know the commercial. The one with the guy talking dirty into the phone at 3:00 a.m. when his wife catches him. He does sound as if he is on the phone with a call girl or a mistress. This is because he is trying to sound that way. Geico wants us to associate Geico Auto Insurance with ‘having a good time.’

I would actually like for someone to take a poll so I can learn just how many men buy Geico insurance because they believe it is a sexy insurance. Really? They can’t use anything else except the oldest game in town to sell insurance?

How about other commercials that imply sex is involved? Do any of us really want a sexy cheeseburger? I eat my food, not make love to it. In all honesty, if we eat too many cheeseburgers, there won’t be any sex.

I’d like to think man has evolved past the notion that sex has to be a part of everything in life. If you are as tired as I am of these disgusting commercials, change the channel as soon as these ads air. Wait three minutes, then turn back to the channel that aired the ad. They get the message that you turned the commercial off. If enough of us do this, they get the message that we don’t think it’s cute to imply that our husbands get out of bed at 3:00 a.m. to talk dirty to an insurance rep.