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Series on the Health Racket Bailout and the Stamp Mandate

 

The Stamp Racket Mandate part 1
 
The Stamp Racket Mandate part 2
 
The Stamp Racket Mandate part 3
 
Stamps and Poll Taxes part 4
 
 
The Health Racket Bailout
 
The Health Racket Bailout is an Austerity Policy
 
The Austerity Mechanism of the Health Racket Bailout
 
Kangaroo Court in Action: The Stamp Mandate
 
 
Obamaromneycare: “Reform” vs. the People
 
Obamacare: Setting Records for Breaking Promises
 
Bailouts = Monopoly, Health Racket Bill Version
 
The Health Racket Mandate
 
That Old Time Trickle-Down Religion

5 Comments »

  1. [...] one example of an alternative.    Lots more about the malevolence of the health system at my health racketeering page.    6. Education: The gutting of school budgets and the pernicious character of the curriculum [...]

    Pingback by What’s Our Affirmative? « Volatility — April 26, 2011 @ 3:29 am

  2. [...] and here. (For the health racket bailout and Stamp mandate in general, see my posts catalogued here.)   For anyone who supports this, please explain:   1. Does this mean that if Congress decides [...]

    Pingback by The Health Racket Mandate, Toward Other Corporate Mandates « Volatility — March 28, 2012 @ 4:44 am

  3. [...] I’ve said my piece about the health racket bailout and Stamp mandate. I don’t have anything to add, except that I’m pleased to see how the SCOTUS punted on [...]

    Pingback by The Obama Poll Tax « Volatility — June 29, 2012 @ 11:14 am

  4. […] of recent decades which transcends those three basic categories.   (Obamacare, for example, is really a corporate bailout and a poll tax. It has no public weal character, but is a combination of corporate welfare conveyance (its main […]

    Pingback by The Community Rights, Anti-Corporate Movement, and its Liberal Pro-Corporate Detractors | Volatility — March 29, 2014 @ 5:49 am

  5. […] do so is because they didn’t want to. They wanted to do their “reform” this way, rendering the system far more complex, irrational, dysfunctional, expensive, and […]

    Pingback by Hobby Lobby and the Corporate Liberals | Volatility — July 12, 2014 @ 8:44 am


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