Democrats’ Plan A Rube-Goldberg Contraption To Destroy Health Care

If you’re old enough, you’ve probably come across Rube-Goldberg cartoons, which were humorous drawings of elaborately overengineered devices designed to perform some ridiculous task.

Want an automatic toothpaste dispenser?  A Rube-Goldberg machine may be just your ticket:

Well, Democrats are not to be outdone.  They can design a crazier and more elaborate device than anybody.  Just take a look at the chart of what their health care plan looks like:

Health-Care_Democrats-plan-Charted

Source: http://docs.house.gov/gopleader/House-Democrats-Health-Plan.pdf

Without a doubt, this is the craziest, most bizarre, most expensive, and certainly most dangerous, Rube-Goldberg contraption ever devised.

By the time you wind through the rodent’s maze of bureaucracies, you will pay astonishingly more in the form of taxing economic productivity and get astonishingly less in way of decent health care delivered in a timely manner.  And of course, massive rationing of health care resources will be an integral part of the deal.

Death by bureaucrat is one of the worst possible ways to die.

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5 Responses to “Democrats’ Plan A Rube-Goldberg Contraption To Destroy Health Care”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    this was a great idea from just how a everyday life machines that can make life easier… It may look like a lot but hlps for a lot of work too.

  2. nargis Says:

    i have a project abut the rube golderying can you help me

  3. Michael Eden Says:

    Probably not. I remember some of the cartoons, and merely googled “Rube-Goldberg” and selected the one I thought best fit from the few that showed the cartoons on the hit list.

    I imagine that there’s a Rube-Goldberg Wikipedia entry, and it would be hard to believe there isn’t a book on them.

  4. ECH Says:

    “Without a doubt, this is the craziest, most bizarre, most expensive, and certainly most dangerous, Rube-Goldberg contraption ever devised.”

    I doubt it, so there.

  5. Michael Eden Says:

    Boy, you sure put me in my place.

    Let’s have a quote from the WSJ:

    On top of AT&T’s $1 billion, the writedown wave so far includes Deere & Co., $150 million; Caterpillar, $100 million; AK Steel, $31 million; 3M, $90 million; and Valero Energy, up to $20 million. Verizon has also warned its employees about its new higher health-care costs, and there will be many more in the coming days and weeks.

    That was written in March. And, yes, there have already been “many more” since then.

    Only a few weeks into ObamaCare, and it ALREADY has the “most expensive” part down pat.

    159 new death panels. That’s going to ensure the “craziest, most bizarre, and most dangerous” parts. And, like icing on a cake made out of flaming fecal matter, 16,500 new IRS agents to force compliance.

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