Fake Fight

Have you noticed the sense of urgency the President has attached to getting health care passed. Time is of the essence, even though the health coverage promised by the Castro Care legislation doesn't kick in for a few years... and our economic survival depends on getting it passed.
U.S. President Barack Obama said on Wednesday a broad healthcare overhaul was critical to an economic recovery and promised to push a reform package through Congress this year despite growing doubts about the plan, even among fellow Democrats.
Is this part of a strategy of creating a phony crisis over healthcare? Here's what author David Kupelian writes:
As I explain in my new book "How Evil Works," anyone even superficially familiar with the history of the political left has heard references to the strategy of creating crises as a means of transforming society. You've probably heard of the "Hegelian dialectic," a key Marxist technique whereby an idea ("We need more gun control laws!") generates its opposite ("No, we don't need more gun laws, we just need tougher sentencing of criminals!") which leads to a reconciliation of opposites, or synthesis ("OK, we'll compromise by passing new gun-control laws, but watering them down somewhat").
The Obama economic argument may make perfect sense to you given our economic situation, but Bill Clinton took the White House during a recession, and here's what he had to say about health reform and the economy!
Sound familiar?
Likewise, maybe you've heard of the "Cloward-Piven Strategy" inspired by leftwing radical organizer Saul Alinsky, whose methods Barack Obama adopted which openly advocates the creation of crises to destroy capitalist society. This is how socialist progress is achieved "peacefully" through conflict or crisis and always in the direction of greater socialism.
Something to think about as the Castro Care legislation makes its way to a vote.