Warren’s National Healthcare Proposal Unmasked as Fantasy

Whenever I undertake a piece regarding Elizabeth Warren I try to preface it with deep breathing exercises, meditation, soft music and low lights to calm my nerves in order to put together cogent thoughts on her polemic financial rhetoric. Okay, I’m starting already. Perhaps it would be best if editorials would not post a picture of Warren.

Her mean faced, clipped-haired countenance instantly projects everything that is wrong with the socialist left. The operant condition that is used by Warren is effective initially in controlling the less-than-educated masses. B.F. Skinner taught us that through operant conditioning, an individual makes an association between a particular behavior and a consequence. According to this principle, behavior that is followed by pleasant consequences is likely to be repeated, and behavior followed by unpleasant consequences is less likely to be repeated.

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When the carrot of free healthcare for all is dangled before the salivating public they will respond with sheepish gratitude toward Warren. This mesmerizing condition is not just meant for the proletariat, but for the bourgeoisie that she claims to protect.

While the dumbing down of America by the Marxian travelers is sealed with wax in the book of the left, there is still a modicum of free thinking and the ability to add and subtract numbers using basic elementary math. As such, the wool is no longer pulled over the eyes of the sheeple by Warren.

Carl Jung told us that man (or woman) is mankind’s greatest danger, because we have no adequate protection against psychic epidemics like those acerbic financial episodes presented by Warren. Her plan was released last week, which would cost the country “just under” $52 trillion over a decade and include $20.5 trillion in new federal spending.

Under this barefoot doctor plan her new proposal would eliminate your current employer-sponsored health insurance in favor of free government health coverage for all Americans. After performing this miracle, she will then eat an assortment of fruit and constitute a fruit salad.

Listen closely those of you who walk through life informed by fake news. As hot is to cold, capitalism is to communism, in more than just an economic sense, but a religious and societal one. The crux of capitalism is competition. The crux of communism is to control the masses. Somewhere among her delusions crept in a thought that free healthcare for all would stimulate competition.

In fact it would do the opposite. One wonders how a person rose to such heights in our society by being oblivious to what is obvious. Certainly being a woman and claiming American Indian heritage was a part. That’s equal opportunity, right?

The three-fold message that Fidel Castro enunciated in January of 1959 when his rebels took control of Cuba, included one-part healthcare. The remainder was to eradicate poverty and educate the masses. Sound familiar? Yet within three years, he had declared conclusively, “I am a Marxist-Leninist and I will be until the last day of my life.” Remember these America-haters on the left work night and day to fulfill this Marxist tenant. I have told you the next revolution will not be Castro rebel style or brown shirts goose-stepping toward the Champs Elyse. It will happen right under your noses by the likes of a Warren style administration.

I have tried to educate you but you do not listen. As with the other pillars of nationalized medicine, Canada et al, elite Cambodians under the Khmer Rouge sought relief in Vietnam and China. The proletariat and the bourgeoisie (you) were largely uncared for, as rice production could not produce the income to manifest healthcare-for-all. In essence, the U.S. will reverse engineer this tragedy, as a Medicare-for-All would bankrupt a nation, eliminate the middle-class, and leave the few elites like Warren to be the modern-day Pol Pots.

About John Thomas

John Patrick Thomas is a four-time cancer survivor who lives with his family in South Florida. John attended Gettysburg College and The American University before embarking on an entrepreneurial career on Wall Street. He turned to the teaching profession after his life-threatening bout with bone cancer. John has recently written a #1 Amazon Cancer Bestselling book entitled, “A Call to Faith, the Journey of a Cancer Survivor.” He has appeared in publications such as The New York Times, The Wall St. Journal, The Washington Post, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center publications, and was featured in new DayStar network series, “Impact with Pastor Dave.” He has traveled as a missionary and may be one of the few people that tell you cancer was the best thing to ever happen to him. You’ll have to ask him why.

One comment

  1. Sarc/on. We can certainly afford $5 trillion per year ($52 trillion in 10 years). The whole annual federal budget now is “only” about $4.3 trillion, so what’s another $5 Trillion/yr? Forget about the current $21+ trillion debt. Sarc/off. Truth is that no Congress or President will ever enact any law close to the spending she or any other dem candidate proposes. The way it works is that politicians and movements propose big changes, then those changes are scrutinized, amended, whittled away and compromised in the legislative process. Then, the final bill is agreed upon by legislators and sent on to be signed into law. But, the problem is that just passing a few of these proposals in to law will be an economic death knell