Krystal Ball Screencap

Krystal Ball Evicerates Conservative Opposition To ObamaCare In 3 Minutes (VIDEO)

Published On September 25, 2013 | By james |

Krystal Ball, a co-host of The Cycle on MSNBC, recently spent three minutes absolutely shredding the rabid conservative opposition to the Affordable Care Act.

After watching this, you’ll wonder why the GOP is REALLY so against universal health care for all Americans.

The GOP is saying to young people we would like to have the government stick an unnecessary trans-vaginal probe if you want an abortion but when it comes to health insurance don’t take any government help. Don’t go to the state or federal government operated insurance exchanges to buy private insurance. Stay away. Stay uninsured. Skip that pap smear. Skip that tetanus shot. Skip that prenatal care. Skip that cholesterol test. And if you die an agonizing death and unnecessary death; one that could have been prevented by the health insurance reform that bears the President’s name, at least you know your death would have not been in vain. You would have died to serve the noble and patriotic cause, not of conservatism but of hurting this President….


They (Republicans) are willing to destroy themselves, their political future. That they would also encourage young people to go uninsured and risk financial catastrophe and death from preventable disease means that they aren’t just willing to sacrifice their own careers to hurt this President. They would sacrifice the lives of young people if it helped them score political points. That is not Conservative, it is a national disgrace. Republicans, Conservative of conscience, if there was ever a time to take back your party from the forces of anarchy, chaos and insanity, and self-destruction, now is that time.

Watch via Egberto Willies Your Tube channel:

H/T to William Rivers Pitt at Truthout.

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  • A Olson

    Excellent! She makes perfect sense!

  • Sandy Bovaird

    Couldn’t have put it better myself… go girl!!!

  • alfo

    COME ON!! that’s liberal loon talk, true, but still factual, no speculation / projection / innuendo.

    • Eric Anderson

      Please, if you’re going to post…try to make sense.

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  • Tim

    If we look into the Krystal Ball…this fool supports both Obamacare and drones because she’s a drone herself.

  • Richard Lewis

    Its mindless idiotic no research reporting like this is why the masses in the
    US will jump up and say “Oh I say believe what she says” or “That’s
    right fight the republicans because they don’t care” or “She makes
    perfect since” No this women is a complete idiot it has nothing about what
    young people to not have insurance and die. It’s about the simple fact of
    requiring ever person in this nation to purchase health insurance or charging them
    with either a fine or penalty if they do not. Along with the fact that if you
    are low income/no income we (the taxpaying majority) will pick up your slack
    and pay for your health insurance with tax revenue that oh what is already
    spent paying just the interest on previous debts. Most people will read this
    and get upset and down-vote my post because you are too scared to actually read
    the truth instead of letting someone else tell you there opinion and following
    them blindlessly.

    WAKE UP and EDUCATE YOURSELF instead of following mindless dribble like this.

    • Eric Anderson

      First of all, it’s “sense” and “drivel.” You should really get to know “drivel,” if you’re going to continue to spew it.

      Secondly, we the taxpayers currently subsidize every person without insurance who waits until they’re experiencing an emergency medical situation and are forced to go to the hospital. The emergency rooms don’t turn away people in crisis, so who do you think pays for that? By enlarging the pool of people who have insurance, we allow for preventative healthcare. We spread the risk. Which will eventually cause healthcare costs to go down.

      • Robin

        Our insurance is also higher right now because we are broken up into tiny employer groups and many people get by without health insurance too because they can’t afford it. So I agree, the new law is an improvement but does need some fixes that we will not get while the minority majority Republicans in the House still control it.

      • MDB73

        Eric, I’m impressed you actually read through the entire mountain of dung. My head started hurting after the first line.

    • Aj Beamish

      Well, if anyone would know mindless “dribble” it would be you. It’s drivel, by the way. Lets see, you barely have a grasp of the English language and you are pontificating (too many syllables for you, I know) on health care reform…

      Way to do absolutely nothing to dispel that whole baggers are raving idiots stereotype, though.

  • Bryan Fibel

    The only sentence that actually made sense was first one. But the same double standard exists the other way, “Government stay out of my uterus but I want you to pay for my birth control”

    The rest of her rant doesnt make much sense

    • sickntired58

      I’ll tell you what makes sense. NOT funding Viagra with my tax dollars!! Funny no one ever brings that up! Maybe we should counsel all men who go to the doctor seeking Viagra to get vasectomies. Make them spend time watching gory movies of women having abortions. Because obviously men don’t have an f-ing clue.

      Vaginal ultrasounds! How absurd!

  • Michael Wylie

    Also, I don’t understand why when President Obama has an individual mandate, everyone gets up in arms, but when President Bush did it with his Medicare Advantage Plan’s, no one raised a fuss.

    • sickntired58

      It’s called “Civil War” by any other name. Sem people jes doan like blacks people. Des is usually white, & cum from duh South. As soon as Obama is out of office, there will be NO National fiscal crisis, & they’ll take credit for health care & climate change reform (if they don’t kill us all with their blatant stupidity!!

  • lance1949

    Very well done.

    Democrats are not the problem. The problem is that the GOP have lost track of what most Americans want their politicians to do for The People.

    The GOP have turned politics into an ideological battle to the death with no pay-off for the American people.