The the death of Charlie Gard demonstrated the reality that the faceless Progressive government bureaucrats feel comfortable taking children from caring parents in the belief the state knows better than the parents what is best for the child-even if “the best for the child” leads directly to the death of the child. Further, it is not just the young with health problems whose lives will be cut short. The mature and old, under the Complete Lives System face the same threat. Think about the ramifications of that last statement for just a minute in regards to what that might mean to the solvency of our failing social security system. By shortening the natural lives of the mature and elderly by denying them health care options, the government will have fewer citizens for which to provide social security benefits in their later years-never mind that many of these same citizens paid into social security for decades for that benefit. How large of an incentive does this provide our politicians and bureaucrats to keep Obamacare intact?
But is support for the Complete Lives System confined to only the faceless Progressive government bureaucrats? Could major corporations outside of the government for a similar reason also benefit from these policies, and would it cause these corporations to throw even more of their weight behind the effort to not repeal Obamacare? To find out these answers please click on this link.