The Healthcare Bill – One Step Closer to the End Times

Obamacare Is Not About Health Or Care

… It is about control. Some my think I’m crazy, but hear me out. Obama never made any secret of his plans to socialize the United States during the campaign. And his extreme far left friends and mentors are proof. Google these people:

  • Frank Marshall Davis
  • Saul Alinsky
  • Gregory Galluzo
  • He received the endorsement of the Chicago branch of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) also, the Socialist International, and the Workers International League, and the Communist Party of the USA.

His voting record during his brief tenure in the senate was left of even the late Ted Kennedy!

Obama is not stupid. He knows full well that our economy cannot handle another burden. He should also just be able to look around him and see that the government cannot even handle the job they have taken on in the past such as Social Security and Medicare. How can anyone dream that they will handle an exponentially larger task?

Face it, he has no intentions of helping anybody. He wants government to control every aspect of our lives. An economic collapse is the best way for a dictator to take power. Remember how Adolph Hitler gained power? This is just the first step. Ronald Reagan saw this in the 1960s. You can hear his speech on YouTube. 


But the “Public Option” has been removed from the bill!

Sure the express public option language has been removed, but the way it is set up, it will have no choice. Think about this. Insurers are going to be forced to accept people with “pre-existing conditions” they do not do it now because it is good business sense. They would go bankrupt covering people who have not paid them a dime then suddenly draw hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars in “benefits”. Healthcare insurers are going to go belly-up so fast it will make your head spin. The government of course cannot allow this to happen, so they will be “forced” to step in.


Government control is written in.

The way it is written now, the IRS will be tasked with checking to be sure that everyone is covered by government “approved” health care insurance. Your will be checked every month to be sure you are in compliance.


But we want to help people who can’t afford health care.

Who doesn’t? There are ways to get health care prices down so more people can afford it. The state of Mississippi has had enormous success simply by Tort reform — making it more difficult to sue doctors for malpractice frivolously.

Since passing tort reform in 2004, Mississippi has seen the number of medical malpractice claims plummet by 91 percent from its peak. The state’s largest medical liability insurer dropped its premiums by 42 percent, and has offered an additional 20 percent rebate each year since tort reform went into effect.

Bob Parks

This one act of tort reform by itself would make health care a non-issue… If it were even about health care in the first place.

In the end times, there is prophesied that a one-world government and one-world economy will be in place. We see it happening before our very eyes. Make no mistake. If one part of this passes, our freedoms and the American way of life are history.


  • By A.L. Howard, March 27, 2010 @ 4:39 pm

    My suspicion is confirmed… A professor of Constitutional Law wrote the following.

    In fact, I have concluded that this legislation really has no intention of providing affordable health care choices. Instead it is a convenient cover for the most massive transfer of power to the Executive Branch of government which has ever occurred, or even been contemplated.

  • By jorge Alvarado, July 10, 2010 @ 9:15 pm

    “Obama never made any secret of his plans to socialize the United States during the campaign.”
    You make it sound like it’s a bad thing.
    You’d probably have been like the people who walked on the other side of the road so as not to help the beat up traveler lying on the road after getting mugged.
    Universal care would be good. Let’s try and make it work.

  • By A.L. Howard, July 10, 2010 @ 10:14 pm

    In an ideal world where there was no evil – no self-seeking, and people truly lived godly lives, it would work. But the Soviet Union proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that socialism will not work in this world. I don’t know how old you are, but if you remember the poor people had to stand in line for hours for things as simple as toilet paper – if they could find it at all.
    And universal healthcare would be great in a perfect world, as well… but it does not work in practice. No economy can support decent care for everyone. I have a friend in England who substantiated an email I got that said that if you are over age 59 in England, you can forget major surgeries. A mutual frind of ours had a major bypass surgery. She told me that if he had lived in England, he would have been dead years ago (This was not his first “stint”) There is a provision in this bill to put senior citizens out to pasture.

    Besides, this “health care” bill was never about health or care. Read the link in my previous comment.

  • By jorge alvarado, July 10, 2010 @ 10:40 pm

    “But the Soviet Union proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that socialism will not work in this world”.
    I think it’s more accurate to say they only proved socialism will not work the way they went about it.
    Remember in the book of Acts how it says christianity had it’s beginning. How they would gladly share so no one lacked anything (or words to that effect).
    If we could harness that spirit in America today, what great things could be accomplished.
    Must we wait for a “perfect world”?, or, try to do what Jesus asked of us?;( love our neighbor and all that).
    I believe what happened in Acts WAS a kind of communism. The kind we should strive for.

  • By A.L. Howard, July 11, 2010 @ 8:00 am

    I was going to mention the early church. Notice that it did not last very long at all. Even though the resurrected Lord was still fresh in their minds, they could not make it work.

  • By jorge alvarado, July 11, 2010 @ 6:32 pm

    That’s an interesting point you bring up. The question I have is why didn’t it “work”?. If the early church founders were acting under the guidance of the freshly acquired Holy Ghost are we to assume they were misled?. I think not. I’m not sure how long the early church “last”, but a quick review of the book of Acts brings to mind some reasons. Persecution, for one, had to play a very big role. Let’s remember also the “infightings”, or disagreements among the leaders. This just to say, if there was an “end” to the early church, we still see that it came from the outside. I stand in my opinion that we should try to MAKE Obama’s plan work.

  • By A.L. Howard, July 11, 2010 @ 6:43 pm

    Even with the help of the Holy Spirit the early church could not pull it off.
    Sorry, but I have to stand on my opinion as well. This is not about health care it. Is about control.

  • By jorge alvarado, July 11, 2010 @ 11:19 pm

    Agreed. I will keep President Obama in my prayers. May God grant him the wisdom to do what is right with the “control” (if he gets it). If his attempts are not to be, the wisdom to lead us in the right path.

  • By Ozzy Enahoro, May 27, 2012 @ 12:42 am

    The end time will not come announcing its arrival, it will take the spiritually alert and discerning to know it. We can’t run from the fact that most happenings in the world today point towards unifying the world and bringing about a central control, and the Obama Health-Care Reform is one of such happenings. If you read the Word properly, one of the tactics that the anti-christ would use in gaining initial support is populist gestures. I pray that the Lord will open our eyes so we may see.

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