Two of my least favorite koolaid drinkers to suffer listening thru are Bob Beckel and Ed Schulz.  As their messiah’s approval rating sinks, they become even louder, more belligerent and less rational.  What Bob and Ed fail to realize about the awakening silent majority is that we understand that both the democrats and the republicans are taxing us into oblivion; they just choose to give the recompense for our energy, creativity, and time to different parties.

I understand what this moonbat is saying, not covering high risks make the bottom line look better, but it really does not make the insurance companies money; it only saves money.

Ed, you may be able to get the dead to vote for your candidate, but they don’t pay taxes.

The party of Hell No is growing larger, and comments like the few that Ed made on Wednesday are just helping the process along.

MSNBC’s Ed Schultz: Republicans ‘Want to See You Dead’

“Hold it right there,” said Schultz.  “The Republicans lie. They want to see you dead. They‘d rather make money off your dead corpse. They kind of like it when that woman has cancer and they don’t have anything for her. That‘s how the insurance companies make money, by denying the coverage.”

Do I think that mandatory insurance is legal exhortation? Hell, yes!  Do I think we should be throwing the baby out with the bath water and letting the government fine and imprison us for not opting in to more legal exhortation?  Hell, NO!

Just for the record, I believe that all the insurance companies have had it all their own way for too long, but are only the republicans responsible for that?  Probably not, considering the dems have been in power pushing socialized programs over the course of the last century.  What we have here is a situation where two diametrically opposed ideologies cannot exist in the same space; socialism and capitalism.  THAT is why our country is so screwed up right now, and THAT is the endgame battle going on right now.  Which way are we going to tip?

Is Ed Schulz going to get called on the carpet for hate speech?  Nope. When it comes to the politics of division; who is playing the game.

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