Dr. Arnold's Health Plan for You

John Seiler:

In case you hadn’t heard, Gov. Dr. Prof. Arnold Schwarzenegger, M.D., F.A.C.C., D.O., D.C., D.D.S., D.V.M., signed into law the California Health Benefits Exchange. It implements Obamacare, otherwise called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which Congress imposed back in February.

It fulfills Arnold’s wild dream to impose socialist medical care on everybody, just like the socialist Austria of his youth. Remember how he tried to impose his own socialized medicine scheme back in January 2006?

All his gabble about believing in free markets was just lies; and his friendship with the late free-market guru and Nobel Economics Prize winner Milton Friedman was just another of his schmoozing cons.

Other states have dragged their feet in imposing Obamacare, some even suing the federal government, to halt this Soviet monstrosity. Not Arnold Stalinegger.

Of course, Arnold won’t be standing in a long line with you to get poor care. He’s rich. He can go to a private clinic, or fly to Switzerland, to get treatment for himself and his family. He gets the best. You get the worst.

Here’a a chart showing the bureaucracy that you, Mr. & Mrs. California, will have to put up with.

Click once to enlarge it. Click once more to enlarge it again and read the details.

(Hat tip to LewRockwell.com’s great blog.)

Nov. 9, 2010

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  1. S. Perry
    S. Perry 9 November, 2010, 20:38

    Meet President Nixon, even more of a socialist than Schwarzenegger!


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