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Thursday, November 28, 2013

Lies of Obamacare

Steve Tobak has a Silicon Valley based technology strategy company.  Recently, he got word about how Obamacare would result in the cancellation of the policies he currently offers to his employees.  In response, he posted a column at Fox Business.  It's worth reading in its entirety, but the end brings home the bitter truth:
Let me tell you something, folks. We’ve seen this sort of leadership behavior before. We’ve seen it at companies like Enron, WorldCom, Tyco, and Adelphia. If you’ve ever wondered what makes powerful executives commit fraud, the answer is simple. They think they’re above the truth and the law. They think they know better. And they think they can exert their will over others without being held to account.  
When that happens, it’s called absolute power, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. That’s what I think we’re seeing here. The organization of our federal government into three unique and autonomous branches was supposed to keep this sort of thing from happening. It didn’t. It failed.
Power. That's what it's all about.  Not the good of the nation, or its people. Just raw naked power and control.

Remember that when you cast your ballots.  At every level at all times.

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