‘Smoke & Mirrors’: Limbaugh Says Gov’t Isn’t Qualified to Run Health Care, Economy
Rush Limbaugh went “On The Record” tonight, where he discussed the VA scandal and health care in the country.
Limbaugh said that VA problems could likely be chronicled since the beginning of the VA. He said VA operations should be farmed out in part or entirely to the private sector.
“If you want to know where we’re headed as a country with health care, take a look at the VA because this is the course that’s been charted if we don’t change it,” he said.
Limbaugh also pointed out that when President Barack Obama was selling ObamaCare, he accused doctors of doing unnecessary surgeries to line their pockets. Now, Limbaugh said the same thing is happening within the VA.
“We had bureaucrats working at the VA who massaged waiting lists and ran people through waiting lists who had not been treated all so that they could receive a bonus,” he said.
Limbaugh said that the government simply is not qualified to run health care or the economy.
“The bottom line is you can ask ‘why’ all day. If you have the courage to come up with the truth when you ask ‘why,’ the answer is they’re not qualified. They’re not qualified to run ObamaCare, they’re not qualified to run energy, they’re not qualified to run the economy, they don’t have anybody who knows what they’re doing in anything, Greta. Everything here is smoke and mirrors,” Limbaugh said.
According to Limbaugh, the government doesn't fix anything until a scandal hits the media.
Limbaugh also told Greta Van Susteren about winning the Author of the Year award at the Children's Choice Book Awards. Hear his thoughts on health care in the video above and winning the award in the video below.
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