Daniel Mitchell’s headline (above) could be used for so much of government these days at all levels. It’s not just the federal government, either, but the racket extends all the way down to the local schools. No, of course it’s not universal, but if it’s not stopped, it will become so.
Here’s the opening of Mitchell’s post:
I’ve certainly complained about Obamacare from a fiscal perspective, warning that it means higher taxes and more spending.
And I’ve also warned that it will make our health care system less efficient and could lead to some of the horrifying examples of rationing and poor care that you find in the United Kingdom (scroll to the bottom of this post for some shocking examples).
But if you need another reason to be upset, it turns out that Obamacare is going to be a very lucrative gig for a new crop of government bureaucrats.
Speaking of theft of taxpayer money, here’s Michelle Malkin’s latest (and I love the title):