Look at who's pushing Obamacare and why. WAKE UP!!!<quoted text>
It's because Conservative idiotic morons are preventing him from doing REAL good..... When Bush passed billions for banks and auto executives, they cheered... But when Obama wanted to pass a bailout for the working class, construction firms, and teachers.... They cried that he is spending too much!
Conservatives don't realize how they are brainwashed by international bankers who fund commercials on major news networks that repeat the same garbage: Pro-Corporation is Anti-American Citizen
Those corporations are multi-national... they are not US companies.
Do the research... Look at the shareholders and owners of your favorite news media conglomerations and THAT will tell you who is behind the scheme.
Just look at how they actively defend insurance companies!
"Big Pharma, according to Forbes, is expected to spend as much as $150 million on ads supporting Obamacare. The 1997 FDA rule change that opened the door to direct TV ads aimed at patients, rather than their doctors, heralded a golden age of unprecedented profits. But many of those so-called miracle drugs developed in the 90s are about to go off patent and this will shrink Pharma's profits. The president has promised the drug companies that if they give $80 billion discounts up front, then there will be no haggling with the government over pricing in the future. Good deal for Big Pharma; bad deal for taxpayers."
"If you wonder why the union bosses are sending thugs to harass, intimidate and assault Obamacare dissenters at townhall meetings, there are billions of reasons hidden in the legislation. Union bosses spent so much money - about $65 million -- getting Democrats elected last year that they are now on the financial ropes. Obama's campaign got $28 million from the SEIU alone. Unions now have only about 30 cents for every dollar of projected costs for member pension plans. Buried in Section 164 of Obamacare is the anticipated $10 billion taxpayer bailout that helps these union bosses make up for their profligate political spending. And that's only the first-on-the-table figure. It's sure to get bigger and bigger as time passes."