Oi veh

I was reading a nice little piece on our health care system, what a joke it is, siphoning cash out of us even as half of us cannot come up with $400 on a bet.  The system has already worked its magic, purged us of our wealth, so that health care is just another cruel joke. It doesn’t work anyway and is unaffordable anyway and ACA did not fix it anyway. ACA was just a scam to prevent reform, to further enslave us.

And then I got to the end of the piece and read the following:

“But convince Bernie to run as a Green Party candidate, and maybe there’s a chance to send a message to the rentier parasites that they won’t achieve total control of our lives without a fight.”

Oi veh. Those messages we send really pack a wallop. 

Even assuming that Bernie Sanders is even for real and that our votes are even counted and that people are politically savvy enough to think beyond controlled media and that the office of president has real power … yeah, that will work.

The house is sinking in mud, foundations are cracked, beams are rotted, cold wind blows through broken windows, there are holes in the walls, electricity and water have been shut off …

Time for new shingles.

About Mark Tokarski

Just a man who likes to read, argue, and occasionally be surprised.
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6 Responses to Oi veh

  1. dosie says:

    So who you voting for, Trump? Or are you going to back up your anti-political posture by forgoing the ballot?

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    • Even assuming that Trump is even for real and that our votes are even counted and that people are politically savvy enough to think beyond controlled media and that the office of president has real power … yeah, that will work.

      A completely broken system, corrupt top to bottom, and you think voting for someone different is the answer? Goodness me, but it is a desert out there.

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      • Luckyman says:

        A tired but very true cliché: “If voting changed anything it would be made illegal”.

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      • dosie says:

        If you cant just say no to the question of if you vote or not, then you probably still participate in elections, and are a hypocrite. If you’ve given up voting, then what the use of even blogging about it? Trying to get everybody else to quit voting too? Sounds like you advocate dictatorship.

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  2. nemo says:

    I’m not sure what part of the ACA eluded the masses. The insurance industry had a product, healthcare coverage, beyond the means of most people to obtain. The industry penned legislation for their butt boys in DC to pass mandating the purchase of their product (who really believed it would be affordable?) utilizing the tax code to 1) ensure “compliance” 2) to subsidize (read wealth transfer) those ineligible for Medicaid. It is, was, always will be, a tax sold to the masses by big brother as our caring federal father looking out for our health and well being. No different than social security, just another set of chains.

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