Cell Phones and Health Care


In a great article  by Ann Coulter, she made this comparison.

A few weeks ago, The New York Times ran an editorial noting the amazing fact that, by the middle of this year, there will be an estimated 6.8 billion people on Earth — and 5 billion will have cell phones! (Even more astounding, at least one of them is seated directly behind me every time I go to the movies.)

How did that happen without a Democrat president and Congress using bribes, parliamentary tricks and arcane non-voting maneuvers to pass a massive, hugely expensive National Cell Phone Reform Act?

How did that happen without Barney Frank and Henry Waxman personally designing the 3-foot-long, 26-pound, ugly green $4,000 cell phone we all have to use?

How did that happen without Obama signing the National Cell Phone Reform bill, as a poor 10-year-old black kid who couldn’t afford to text-message his friends looked on?

The reason nearly everyone in the universe has a cell phone is that President Reagan did to telephones the exact opposite of what the Democrats have just done with health care.

Before Reagan came into office, we had one phone company, ridiculously expensive rates and one phone model. Reagan split up AT&T, deregulated phone service and gave America a competitive market in phones. The rest is history.

If you can grasp how inexpensive cell phones in a rainbow of colors and wonders like the iPhone could never have been created under a National Cell Phone Reform Act, you can understand what a disaster ObamaCare is going to be for health care in America.


Isn’t that an amazing concept?  Deregulate something and it blossoms! 

Now for a conspiracy theory slant: 

Our governement has used very different tactics for different areas of our lives, but I had to think that maybe they’re both about control.  Making sure that cell phone use is widespread (and encouraging web apps and GPS chips for your phone) actually could help to control the population.  And of course, making us dependent on the government for health care keeps us in line as well.  Curious, hmm?




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I'm a wonderer. I spend a lot of time mulling, pondering, and cogitating. This is just a place to park some of those thoughts.
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6 Responses to Cell Phones and Health Care

  1. I got a cell phone but I never used the thing.

  2. homefire says:

    @my_final_username – I use mine very little anymore, since I rarely leave home, but I think we’re becoming a very tiny minority.

  3. quilt_cats says:

    I think back to the horrific phone bills I had during college so I could stay in touch with my boyfriend and my family (mainly my boyfriend though- now my husband).  Nobody would put up with that nowadays. 

  4. ElizabethDNB says:

    Hey girl!  Happy Easter!

  5. A great article.  Thanks for sharing it.Happy Easter.

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