In an interview with The New York Times in April Dear Leader Obama told David Leonhardt that under Obamacare faceless bureaucrats will decide the fate of the elderly and chronically ill.
Doug Ross reported:
Faceless bureaucrats in Washington — not your family — will decide whether your grandparents live or die.
While our health care system is certainly imperfect — because all humans are imperfect, including doctors, nurses, hospitals and insurance companies — they are more perfect, more competent, more informed, more capable than all of the bureaucrats to whom they’ll be forced to report: a bureaucracy that will make all decisions about your health care.
Obama and the Statist Democrats promise health care for everyone, but they will not — and they can’t possibly — deliver it.
And we know this, because this is what occurs in Canada and Britain and other centralized bureaucracies, where you simply can not have access to advanced health care, period.
And where will Barack Obama be in ten years, when the rest of us are struggling with a massive, out-of-control, federalized medical system that doesn’t give a damn about individuals and is busy rationing care, denying care to the elderly?
He will be retired as a very young man; a very wealthy young man, who will have imposed his Marxist ideology upon this society and then walked away from it.