Among a lot of controversial economic issues that are prevalent in today’s society, the one that stands out the most concerns health care. Should the government provide universal health care? With the government so far in debt all ready, this is not a good idea and most certainly will end in higher taxes. But if the economy was not in a rut, would universal health care be a good idea? The answer is absolutely not. With schemes put in place by the government via the FDA in the prescription drug market, the only winner in this deal would be the big drug companies.
The government is deep in debt and to expect them to give us great, affordable, universal health care is insane. They will find a way to take the money out of our wallets by making a tax. Someone needs to pay for it. In the end it will be taken care of in the form of taxes. Taxes in this type of economy would only worsen the economic woes that we are facing.
But what if we did not have these economic woes, would universal health care be a good idea then? The answer is still no. Now why would I say this? The reason is that the FDA through a clever scheme in the prescription drug facet of universal health care would enrich the big pharmaceutical drug companies while handing us the bill.
The scheme that the FDA and drug companies are running can be seen already in their activities. What happens in this scheme is drug companies create drugs with natural vitamins in them. After that, the drug companies petition the FDA to label the vitamin component as a drug, therefore taking essential vitamins and minerals off the nutritional supplement market and putting them in the hands of big, drug companies. This in turn, would make Americans who want their natural vitamins to buy more expensive drugs from the drug companies.
They have already done this with a natural supplement of vitamin B6 which is known as pyridoxamine. Even though this is an essential vitamin, the FDA thinks it better in the hands of big drug companies. If this continues, then we will be taking more prescription medication than ever before. In the end, universal health care would not make sense because we would be on so many prescriptions that we would be paying the same amount on them as we are now.
If they can jip the American people off like that now, what will the government do when they get control of healthcare? Do you expect them to stop their bloodletting? I don’t expect them to do any such thing. If government can make a bargain for big business with just one facet of universal health care, what would they do with the other parts of it? The thought of it is not just a little disturbing. Like Ronald Reagan once said, “Government is not the solution to our problem, government is the problem”. The same applies here.
Therefore, in all do haste, I urge every free American who has not been already drawn into a delusional state to stand up to the FDA’s corruption, say no to big government, and put an end to the false utopia of universal health care.
*Sited sources: Mike Adams http://www.naturalnews.com/025606.html “FDA Declares Form of Vitamin B6 a Drug, Effectively Banning Pyridoxamine from Dietary Supplements”