President Obama struggled to explain today whether his health care reform proposals would force normal Americans to make sacrifices that wealthier, more powerful people — like the president himself — wouldn’t face.
The probing questions came from two skeptical neurologists during ABC News’ special on health care reform, “Questions for the President: Prescription for America,” anchored from the White House by Diane Sawyer and Charles Gibson.
Dr. Orrin Devinsky, a neurologist and researcher at the New York University Langone Medical Center, said that elites often propose health care solutions that limit options for the general public, secure in the knowledge that if they or their loves ones get sick, they will be able to afford the best care available, even if it’s not provided by insurance.
Devinsky asked the president pointedly if he would be willing to promise that he wouldn’t seek such extraordinary help for his wife or daughters if they became sick and the public plan he’s proposing limited the tests or treatment they can get.
The president refused to make such a pledge, though he allowed that if “it’s my family member, if it’s my wife, if it’s my children, if it’s my grandmother, I always want them to get the very best care.[“]
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Finally, You may be asking yourself , What can I do about this anyway? The answer is plenty. Obamacare is very vulnerable and is already showing some signs of imploding. Do not be afraid to voice your opinion to your congressman on why you oppose Obamacare. Do not be afraid to explain your dissent with the Obama agenda to friends and acquaintances thoughtfully and courteously. Most of all, join me in prayer for a miracle to stop the systematic destruction of our freedoms.