Originally Posted by Mr. Kotter
Of course not, quite being obtuse. The difference is....as in the early 1930s, in society when 25% of people are unemployed (and more than one-third are directly impacted) and another 25% are underemployed and seeing declining puchasing power....it's a recipe for revolution. The question in our republic is....will it come at the ballot box (for now, so far--so good,) or will it take something more ugly?
Now you're arguing something different. I'm not interested in the potential for violence or revolution right now. I'm interested in whether or not we're talking about class warfare. If it's not class warfare for you to walk past a beggar on the street without giving him your money, why are you calling it class warfare when the "uber wealthy" don't want to donate their money to benefit the lower classes?
Obamacare’s fix for an American health care system that the federal government long ago broke, is to give the federal government far more power over American health care; that its solution to escalating health costs is to mandate greater health benefits (and, hence, higher costs); and that its solution to the pricey overreliance on pre-paid health plans — offered by insurance companies in lieu of real insurance — is to have the government require Americans to buy those pre-paid health plans under penalty of law.