Rush: ObamaCare About Building Permanent, Undefeatable, Always-Funded Democrat Majority

Now take what Rush is saying here and couple that with the ILLEGAL ALIEN amnesty bill the progressives are going to ram through Congress by the Fourth of July. People you are witnessing history and the assembly of a massive political machine that will destroy the US.

If you want an idea of what the nation will look like take a look at California. Under complete democrat/progressive control with massive taxation, massive debt, outlandish regulations & fines, anti-Second Amendment, unsustainable entitlement programs, anti-business aka capitalism, over-run with ILLEGAL ALIENS to name a few. If it continues, give it another decade and CA will look like Detroit! CA is the laboratory for progressive policies and agenda that eventually become the way of the nation. If you don’t like what you see and hear about CA imagine that for the whole nation!

Using ObamaCare To Create A Permanent Democratic Majority
If you have to keep it a secret, you probably shouldn’t be doing it.

But the California legislature and the new Covered California health insurance exchange are conspiring to keep secret how they will dole out more than half a billion dollars in taxpayer dollars to contractors. The lion’s share of the money is going for what the exchange budget terms “outreach.”

In truth, the money is going to build Democratic Party enrollment.

The Obama administration granted a whopping $910 million to California to set up its insurance exchange. That money is not for bandages, surgery, nurses and doctors to care for the sick. Nor is it for insurance plans, though $910 million could buy generous coverage for at least 113,000 people!

Shockingly, the $910 million is slated for bureaucracy, including rich compensation packages for exchange employees ($360,000 a year for the executive director) and contracts for computer equipment, public relations and “outreach.”
Outreach is the largest expenditure and where the real monkey business occurs.

Amazingly, California legislators passed a law that the exchange could keep secret for a year who received the contracts and indefinitely how much they were paid. California’s open-records laws would otherwise prohibit such secrecy.

Last week, Republican U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and four other Republican senators on the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee called for an investigation of California’s concealing information on contracts awarded using federal taxpayer money…more