Sunday, July 19, 2009

Obamacare Commercial

If I had the time, I would love to shoot a commercial like you would see for Lunesta or Zantac, but have it be a satire on Obamacare.

For all too many of us, quality health care is a necessity we simply cannot afford. There are a number of reasons why quality health care is unaffordable, but the result is usually the same. We miss the many benefits of annual doctor visits, preventative care, and even treatment for acute and chronic illnesses. We don't have the luxury of knowing that we or our loved ones will be taken care of if the unexpected happens. It can be frustrating, stressful, and affect how we function every day. What's more, just lacking quality health care may have an impact on your health. If you are among the millions who are currently experiencing a lack of quality health care coverage, we're here to help.

**If you are healthy, sick, or may become sick, Obamacare may not be right for you. Side effects include patient dumping, higher taxes, waiting months or years for average treatment, doctor shortages, and even death.

Talk to your government-sponsored doctor so he can tell you Obamacare is right for you.

Paid for the by U.S. Government

I've been spending the afternoon researching and reading articles on this Obamacare nonsense. It's amazing to me that there are people who actually think it's a good idea. Look, I'm all for some kind of reform, but definitely not reform to this scale, and certainly not the kind of reform that Obama wants pushed through in a matter of weeks. Remember the fiasco we know as the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act? We were told if it wasn't pushed through, there would be dire consequences (more dire than what's happening now? Doubt it). We're hearing the same thing about health care reform. Hmmm....

Two excellent articles I found on the subject:,0,213990.story


LL said...

Reform can wait until the nation is back on its heals. The ObamaNation has an agenda and it's not American's best interests. Thanks for the article and for fighting the good fight.

Always On Watch said...

A complete makeover of our health-insurance industry is not necessary! But to turn it into socialized medicine, that makeover IS necessary. That's why BHO is pushing so hard for this so-called "reform."