So there are no Mississippians who are benefiting from having access to insurance even though they or a family member has a pre-existing condition like Clint Murphy, Former GOP Staffer:
‘When you say you’re against [Obamacare],” Murphy posted on his Facebook page, “you’re saying that you don’t want people like me to have health insurance?’
So there are no Mississippians who are benefiting from keeping their children, who may be in college, unemployed, in grad school, or working as in intern, on their insurance policy until they’re 26? Maybe you, like Brent Bozel, chairman of ForAmerica, make enough from pretending to be for average Mississippians while actually representing insurance industry interests to cover any similar medical bills. (A recent survey says that there are an extra million or two people getting coverage thru mommy’s or daddy’s coverage – 63% of young Republicans (19-25) said that they were on their parents insurance and only 45% of Democrats said that.)
So there are no Mississippians who do not want Insurance companies which do not spend more that 80% of their revenues on healthcare to not have to send rebates to the people who have been paying premiums? This summer about 500 million dollars in premiums went out to 8 million people. And I guess the Mississippians who received rebate checks will do Bozel the clown’s bidding and returned them and want that naughty insurance industry to stop returning their money to them?
Of course there are Mississippians who are Republicans who benefit from one or more of these provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare). But they must stand with Bozel-the-clown because none of these things are consistent with “principles of American exceptionalism: personal freedom, personal responsibility, a commitment to Judeo-Christian values, and a strong national defense.” And you won’t see “Jenny Beth Martin, National Coordinator, Tea Party Patriots L. Brent Bozell III, Chairman, ForAmerica Roy Nicholson, Mississippi State Tea Party Laura Van Overshelde, Central Mississippi Tea Party Jennifer West, Hattiesburg Tea Party Barry Neyrey, Gulf Coast Tea Party” seeking to repeal the anti-trust exemption of the insurance industry just as you didn’t see them protesting the expenditure of government funds in the Yokohoma (winner-picking) luring. You won’t see Mississippians who vote Republican and benefit from ObamaCare opposing these neo-feudalists because they, the rank-and-file Republicans, are, substantially, members, though they don’t realize it, of America’s Hezbollah, on a holy mission to convert the infidels or kill them in the process(don’t fund the government); it’s a real suicide-bomber approach. The neo-feudalists flash the religious moniker, Judeo-Christian, and from that moment forward the spell is at work, and, to the spell-bound, the neo-feudalists speak no evil. And they, the neo-feudalist leadership (corporate shills) do this (encourage suicide assaults in the name of all that is holy and supportive of American exceptionalism) all the way to the bank. The rank-and-file will pay the price, while Bozel-the-Clown and his corporate sponsors, the Kochs of the the world, watch safely from their hillside, gated communities. After all the Crypto-Fascists can hire BlackWater to protect them while you wonder how you’re going to pay the police with your jobs outsourced and corporate profits safely offshored, out of reach of the Americans who will be called upon, in a time of crisis to defend the corporate-controlled country and government that made it all possible, with their lives