Some things defy logic. For example, this flyer that was placed on billboards at the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill in North Carolina this week.
A rash of campus bulletin boards and hoax stunts have recently made headlines with some of the most racist, outlandish and hyperbolic statements imaginable. But these stunts get a pass by NC campus authorities as long as the message is progressive.
The truth is that Representative Mark Walker (NC06-R) is a Christian Minister and a Conservative that has opposed funding for abortions, has marched in support of life and opposes many forms of state-sanctioned killing. Yet, progressives and liberals have targeted him because he voted to lower health insurance premiums. He wants to ensure that health care remains available to all Americans and that Obamacare doesn’t destroy the viability of our healthcare system. Walker voted in favor of the American Health Care Act of 2017 (AHCA) (See the Bill Here: HR 1628) and for that, he is labeled a murderer?
Blurring the Lines:
Progressive ideologues like to blur the lines when arguing about health insurance and health care; two very different things. Often they superimpose one for the other to obscure the truth.
The truth is- that healthcare was available to everyone in this country before President Obama and afterward. Anyone can walk into any hospital in America and be treated for a medical issue and will not be turned away. To argue otherwise is a lie.
However, health insurance was the target of Obamacare (The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act) and was built on a bedrock of lies and continues to fund Planned Parenthood (whom actually kill humans). A key architect of the plan, Jonathan Gruber, an MIT professor, said it was made of lies so that it would pass through Congress. He said it was built with “the stupidity of the American voter” in mind so that it would become law. Yet, Democrats are actively defending the law by impugning pro-reform house members.
But, “nevertheless, they persist.” Progressive Democrats continue pushing the envelope of lies, hate, and innuendo on health care. Not because any of it makes sense, but because the legacies of politicians are at stake.
The party that used to identify as being for the little guy, the blue-collar worker, the underrepresented, has become the Icon of privilege, cronyism, nepotism, and lobbyist shrill. No lie is too big to repeat, especially when taxpayers are footing the bill.