Friday, October 3, 2008

Vile Corporate Kitteh

Its October and on Thursday night we all realized the horror of John McCain's Health Care Plan, thanks to Joe Bidden's informed debate response. McCain's Health Care Plan is truly an anti-Christian nightmare that should terrify every single American out there.

Vile Corporate Kitteh wants to take away your company insurance policy and make you, the individual pay for you and your families medical insurance seperately, on your own. NO more company sponsored medical insurance. Company medical insurance will be a foregone conclusion if McCain becomes President, as the company health plan will go bye-bye, which of course is an anti-health care plan in the end.

Big Corporations that support McCain, DO NOT like the Christian concept of “caring’ about employees, so Big Corporations want to abolish and penalize companies that still want to keep their employees healthy and happy by offering health insurance benefits. That is the cold hard, ugly, horrible truth about McCain’s nasty health care plan, as Joe Bidden so thoughtfully pointed out in last Thursday’s debate:

BIDEN: Now, with regard to the -- to the health care plan, you know, it's with one hand you giveth, the other you take it. You know how Barack Obama -- excuse me, do you know how John McCain pays for his $5,000 tax credit you're going to get, a family will get?

He taxes as income every one of you out there, every one of you listening who has a health care plan through your employer. That's how he raises $3.6 trillion, on your -- taxing your health care benefit to give you a $5,000 plan, which his Web site points out will go straight to the insurance company.

And then you're going to have to replace a $12,000 -- that's the average cost of the plan you get through your employer -- it costs $12,000. You're going to have to pay -- replace a $12,000 plan, because 20 million of you are going to be dropped. Twenty million of you will be dropped.

So you're going to have to place -- replace a $12,000 plan with a $5,000
check you just give to the insurance company. I call that the "Ultimate Bridge to Nowhere."

With McCain's plan, you have to spend in excess of $ 5,000 to even get the tax credit so that should make you feel like screaming loudly into the cool October night at the sight of Vile Corporate Kitteh, come to suck the life out of your company medical insurance benefit for good.

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