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Remy on the VA Scandal

June 16, 2014

It’s time for Remy to take on another big issue. In the video below Remy takes on the VA Scandal. This particular video does a great job of highlighting one point many libertarians have been making for years: government-run healthcare that is controlled by bureaucrats is going to fail. Even more importantly: big government-run healthcare is going to kill people! Lessons from the VA scandal should be an eye opener to those who advocate for Obamacare.

Here is the video.

Remy has once again outdone himself. The bonus reference to the Bergdahl trade is pure genius.

My prediction: in 5-10 years the references to the VA can be changed to ACA and the video will be just as relevant. Unfortunately in the meantime millions of Americans will have their healthcare deprecated in a grand experiment meant to help thousands. That is the reason I wasn’t even able to laugh when watching this video. It is sad and people should be morally outraged at what has happened in the VA system; and now more Americans are going to be subject to the same big government controlled health-care system….

PS. Since I have the tune stuck in my head. Here is the original version of this song from Lee Greenwood:

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  1. Merlyn Schutterle
    June 16, 2014 at 1:52 pm

    Ya, ya, ya. It isn’t just big government. I know a couple stories about Mayo too. Any time an organization gets power, it gets corrupt. Mayo is a big organization and is very powerful. That way they can cover up anything they like -and they do.

    • June 16, 2014 at 2:48 pm

      I agree corruption also exists within large organizations that are not governmental. I’ve heard some bad stories about Mayo as well.. and Avera, Sanford, Abbott Northwestern, etc… Any organization growing too big and powerful is going to create an environment where corruption will run rampant. That is why I focus on government size in this blog. It is something I believe people should take into account when going to the ballot box (not that the average person really care about such things… too bad..)

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