SUSANANNE HILLER SPELLS IT OUT IN DETAIL
by John Charlton
(Dec. 9, 2009) — For the U.S. Citizen concerned with Obama’s unending desire for power, power, and more power, the public debate over the proposed socialized medicine plan called the Health Care bill has included many claims and counter claims.
But for the honest citizen who in good conscience wants to know exactly how the Health Care bill opens the door, enables, and actually empowers dictatorship, you need look no further than an enlightening analysis by SusanAnne Hiller, writing for Breitbart’s Big Government.com.
In her article entitled, The White House Power Grab that American Doesn’t See, Hiller explains how the bill is intended to transfer power from the elected, and representative U.S. Congress, to the regime of usurpers lead by Obama.
Speaking of the Senate’s versin of the bill, Hiller writes:
Specifically, the language in the Reid bill intentionally places unlimited power directly in the hands of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, including the ability to designate covered services, or rationing. The Pelosi bill creates a Health Choices Commission and its “commissioner” is empowered to make the same decisions. More alarming, both will have to take direction from the White House–and its unconfirmed czars–due to their executive branch affiliation.
Hiller aslo explains how the MedPac reform bill introduced by Senator John Rockefeller (D-WV) advances the same agenda, in a more covert fashion.
She concludes her analysis thus:
Furthermore, with most of the Obama administration graduates of the Saul Alinsky school of thought, of course the main goal of all legislation and policies would be to support the overall intention of Alinsky, which is for the “have-nots on how to take it away.”
In any of these legislative scenarios–Pelosi, Reid or MedPAC bills–the White House gets the power it seeks–and needs–in order to accomplish the task at hand–a single payer, government-run health system.
These bills must be defeated; the power grab thwarted because after the Social Security Act is amended in any form these bills present and the rule changes take effect, it is not likely for the Act to be reopened and amended again. The problem is Congress doesn’t even comprehend what’s at stake in either of the health care bills or MedPAC Reform–and you can’t stop something you don’t see.
Her entire article is worth reading.