It is to my utter dismay that there are those that take credit for the cause of the Obama administration bowing to opposition of Healthcare reform. Those individuals taking such credit are the very same that denied the American Citizen the right to oppose such bureaucratic statism. Both Republicans and Democrats (Blue-Dog), are taking credit for the opposition which is squarely an effort on the part of the citizenry. Nevertheless this pressure secured the administration’s abandoning the idea of a government-run insurance, as part of their healthcare reform.
The setting for a compromise with their bureaucratic collaborators, the Democrat-controlled Congress has platformed the idea of cooperatives, vise the government-run plan. Nevertheless, Obama could still claim a win of a top domestic issue. Although, a lack of support from his liberal backers. The “two-party” Congress has reared its political head to gather what is left of the reform issue. The issue was a lost cause, as both houses recessed last week.
The agenda has already been politically-corrected with HHS Secretary Sebelius’,“…not the essential element…”, and Senators from North Dakota and Utah, all stating their effectiveness in the overhaul ideas. The question is, “Why wasn’t this brought to our attention earlier?” The answer is an obvious, “…being products of the self-created “two-party” system, they are incapable of admitting they were wrong…”.
The exact transformation is unknown to myself, at this moment, but is reported to have an initial funding of $3-$4 Billion. Still under the administration’s scrutiny, the structure would be that state affiliates, yet supposedly, running independent of any government control. Well, there has to be regulation. The ‘Elitist’ agenda would have to set upon the tills in some form. Thus the cooperatives would be set for a competitive market (that set by the liberal idea of competition).
The ‘make-or-break’ of the public option has been watered down to that of the liberals’ ideas of choice (government, that is). just yesterday the President was pushing for his “healthcare” ideas, and seemingly was planning for the demise of his plan, yet he donned his political headship, and set the way for editing his agenda with “politically-correct” oratory. Obama stated, "All I'm saying is, though, that the public option, whether we have it or we don't have it, is not the entirety of health care reform, this is just one sliver of it, one aspect of it."
It seems as though the ‘public option’ has turned to that of a highly regulated “bureaucratic” nightmare. The co-op plan is likely to receive an unwanted sense of rejection upon the sitting, Democrat-controlled Congress. The plan is most likely not going to improve the matter of reform, for both parties have abandoned their constituents, via the ‘Elitist’ program of planned servitude of the the citizenry.
The whole plan, no matter how it is set forth to both houses, will have to show change and statistics to allow for the approval, of all involved. Obama has stated his disallowance for exclusions in the reform package, “In the coming weeks, the cynics and the naysayers will continue to exploit fear and concerns for political gain, but for all the scare tactics out there, what's truly scary — truly risky — is the prospect of doing nothing." Obama’s statement from that of the New York Times.
The matter at hand is the fact that we were abandoned by our representatives, and they must be held accountable for such disenfranchisement. Their duties are to represent us via the Constitution, and thus “for the people”. “2010” should banner the electors’ standard of reform. For with the election, the show of dastardly deeds will be answered.
“REFORM, REFORM, REFORM!”