Rep. Dingell has a senior moment – slips up about the true intentions of healthcare reform

Rep. John Dingell (D) from Michigan’s 15th Congressional District let slip exactly what most of us already knew about the motives of America’s hard-left.

Marxism, Communism, Progressivism, etc. thrive on controlling the population. That’s precisely the reason that they went after healthcare first, and at all costs. If you can control people’s healthcare, it builds a foundation or infrastructure to start controlling other aspects of private life.

Controlling our lives – make no mistake that this is exactly what our Marxist president and his like minded cronies are attempting to do. No longer can the left-wing establishment and the media feign indignation when we call these people what they are. Obama let slip during his presidential campaign when he told some plumber who I wish not to give any more publicity to that “I think when you spread the wealth around it’s good for everybody.”

Now representative Dingell who resembles one of the corpses from Night of the Living Dead, has also let his tongue run away from his brain and admit the dark secret behind healthcare reform.

Dingell said the following: “The harsh fact of the matter is when you’re going to pass legislation that will cover 300 million American people in different ways it takes a long time to do the necessary administrative steps that have to be taken to put the legislation together to control the people.”

Listen for yourself, but please make sure you have no young children in the room when playing this video. It may cause chronic nightmares and possibly scar them for life.

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There you go; nothing like a senile old Commie windbag to let the truth slip out. This guy is not only a poster-boy for term limits, (in office since 1955) but he’d probably also make a good pitchman for poligrip and depends.

Posted by admin · March 24, 2010 · Category: Politics · Comments Off on Rep. Dingell has a senior moment – slips up about the true intentions of healthcare reform

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