Monday, January 17, 2022

Rant of the Day

 This post appeared on a Facebook page oriented to our local politics.  What set him off is State Senator Angela Hill sponsored a bill to get rid of Certificate of Need laws, a worthy endeavor.  Just read the screed.

YES, it would be worth salvaging the CON laws. Just insurance caps alone would stop a lot of this crap going on. This is one of those times that I support regulated Capitalism, to stop abuse. But my soon to be opponent wants to scrap and gut CON laws all together. That's 100% Big Pharma, Big Medicine, Big Hospitals, Big Medical groups move. With no state regulation comes exactly the kind of take down that Democrats pulled on Trump's presidency. How can you call yourself a Republican and support a bill to strip CON laws? Some of these so-called 5 Conservatives, AKA The Great Ones, are making moves to scrap these laws. This is Medicaid reform, a pretty way of saying Medicaid Expansion. I'm sorry, but this is the way that it is. Those who are friends with these people can't see past that, or are blinded by what they've done in the past. Favoritism, RINO-mentality moves. Honestly, some lawmakers don't know any of the damage they are causing for our children and the future of Mississippi. This topic is only regarding Medical Freedom. It goes much deeper than that. And at the head of the chain of command, are out-of-the-state and -country lobbying firms, pulling the strings. If there was such a thing as an honest person in our corner, I wouldn't have to run for office. I would oblige any politician, for free, just to look over a bill before it's pushed, and sit back and advise, anonymously. I don't know it ALL, but I surely won't follow the masses. I'll use former states as well-learned mistakes. The average citizen of Mississippi doesn't have time to look into this or know where to look. It takes a lot of homework. So like I said above, they just take a politician's word for it. And these little subgroups and PAC organizations support this without knowing the full truth. People ask me silly questions like, "Why would I run against one of the most 'Conservative' Senators in Mississippi?" This is why; because Senate is a lawmaker's position. It has nothing to do with personality or friendships. This is my final answer to why I plan to run against Hill. It is ABSOLUTELY nothing personal. And I HATE labels. This is why you see Independent above my name, the only label I'll identify with. AGAIN, nothing personal....and WE should never take it there. I have no problem with people running their 2020 PAC organization; they're free to support anybody they want. I just simply don't support turning Mississippi into a complete welfare state. I don't care if 85% of Mississippians are on some kind of assistance. I'm not eager to push that to 100%, with higher taxes to substitute. Wilkes has already voted for the tax restructure, and the nice guise of teacher pay raises. By the time they finish, teachers are going to break even, paying higher taxes on goods and services (possibly as high as 10%). I'm glad Hopkins voted against it. But it still has to go to the Senate. My prediction is, it will pass the Senate, and that's not good in the long run. These people know exactly what they're doing. So yeah, down here in Southwestern MS, both the House Rep and the Senator need to be replaced, in my opinion. But I can't do both. And I'm not going to attempt to justify this again. I only hope that I get elected, get in, and others help reverse this damage. I'm for smaller government....NOT for smaller state government and bigger Federal intervention. It's extremely difficult to pound this into people's brains, when they spend all night on the phone with their friends, convincing them they're in their corner. And I'm just one district...this is happening ALL OVER Mississippi. In the end of all of this, I want Mississippians to be left alone, not go through a restructure, AGAIN. People need to stop sitting back and accepting this slave mentality. And Political Incest and Nepotism needs to END. The only political prison cell is the one we make ourselves, by living inside the confinements. No one can honestly tell me there's any way that federally backed healthcare industries, with grant money, is going to give us a better shot at vaccine choice. They're going to push so many mandates, it will be impossible to resist. The first time you refuse a vaccine for your child, you're going into database of other people who have been red-flagged. Just like Louisiana, just like California. Louisiana has had its CON laws partially gutted; just look at the result. Harassment every day, by state welfare services. Without divulging too much information to the bad guys listening, the answer lies in PACs and caps. Stronger support and stronger bills for philosophical and religious exemptions, not strip all the CON laws and let the federal government and hospitals team up to run rampant across Mississippi. Look at this think it's going to let you have a religious exemption? They don't even believe in God. Mississippi has to rely on itself, and keep as much of the 10th amendment intact as possible. Before you throw stones at my OPINION, go back and read it again. ~RISHTON, for Senate District 40~ Let's clean up Mississippi and keep Big Brother out. STATE'S RIGHTS. Let's do our homework before we jump out of the frying pan and into the fire. If you want to know more about this, next time you have a freedom rally, invite ME to speak. I'll explain all of this, and more. I was going to show, but I received this blow back over calling out Burks Hill, over 2 counts of Pfizer money acceptance in 2018, and 2019. And I wasn't personally invited. So I've dedicated myself to a private meeting on the 19th, that can benefit more of my district. I'll be focused on ways to audit the vote, that will be corrupt in the November of '23 elections, and how to defeat BGR and Delbert's voting machines, to have a fair and accurate election. Thank you for your inquiry. RISHTON..............NO MORE OF THIS HAUGHTY, CAVALIER, HIGH-BROW, LOW-BROW SIDEWAYS question and answer sessions. Talk to me like a normal human being. Ask me questions like a normal human being. I sincerely have the best intentions. And my only investment is the future of my children, your children and our grandchildren. Any benefits to adults are just a by-product. People seem to forget what's most important in this world. I understand; that's why I'm reminding. I wouldn't hesitate to sacrifice a political run, if it was in the best interest of our children's futures. So bring forth the candidate, and produce the evidence. As you look at the bills proposed, remember....every seat is up for re-election. I can write bills so beautifully, highlighting your freedom, knowing that they'll die in committee. We need bills that pass. Both House and Senate. In fact, if I were writing bills now, I'd be hoisted upon shoulders, called a 'champion of freedom' and all of that hoopla. I am strategically focused on realistic measures. To their defense, it's hard for ANY freedom bill to go through, without adequate support. This is why we must push forward, true Conservative leaders, across Mississippi. So find yourself a trusted candidate NOW. Don't wait 6 months before the election.

 Um, the Mississippi medical establishment completely supports CON laws.  That includes the Mississippi Hospital Association, the State Medical Association, and yes, even Dr. Dobbs.  Won't post his name but this dude is completely clueless on who supports CON laws in Mississippi.  Fire away in the comments. 


Anonymous said...

I read some research from an Ole Miss grad and went to one of his talks on CON laws. It was pretty informative, and I think it’s time we get rid of Certificates of Need. The whole idea of “being conservative is being against CON” is pretty antithetical, I think. Maybe there will be some more research done on it, but I think it’s pretty narrow because the hospitals block it up.

Anonymous said...

Somebody got on the keyboard before they drank their coffee, it seems.

Anonymous said...

All I had to do is see how long it was to know he is a late night keyboard warrior who thinks people read his stuff.

Anonymous said...

This idiot isn't more than 30 years old and doesn't understand basic economics nor local politics. Sigh. The world is now saturated with these poor fools.

Anonymous said...

I can't wait for 2023 when all kinds of these folks will be on the ballot.

Anonymous said...

He doesn't understand politics.
He doesn't understand economics.
He doesn't understand the basic law he is ranting about.
He thinks Senator Hill is anything but a conservative.

He will make a great candidate. Probably exceed the 15% threshold that separates the wannabees from the idiots.

But, he might not cross that rubicon and he will forever be stuck in the idiot group.

Anonymous said...

Dude, step away from the mirror (I'm talking about the one laying on the table, not the one hanging on the wall).

The Blind Surgeon said...

Maybe it's just me...I'm sorry, but I cannot read a non-stop paragraph containing 534 words.

If the blog admin had wanted to, he could easily have broken it into random paragraphs while he was copying and pasting.

Meanwhile: Groups of doctors own all the MRI machines and can move them at will.

Patient safety should be an essential plan. That includes not getting shot at, accosted, robbed or raped on the way downtown.

Anonymous said...

Wish there was some stuff actually readable on CON policies. Not sure I know much about them.

Anonymous said...

At first, I thought this may be Robert Foster, but he just posts memes and tries to rally his troops with much shorter blurbs that he recycles every few days. Man, that Christmas tree farmer sure knows a lot about everything. You don't even have to ask him, he'll tell you.

Anonymous said...

The author also needs to mix in a paragraph break here and there. I would go blind, or fall asleep, trying to read all that.

Anonymous said...

"How can you call yourself a Republican and support a bill to strip CON laws?"

EASY !!! CON sucks.

and I'm a doctor by the way.

I've found that the people who support CON the most are exactly those abusing the artifical business moat those laws provide to existing CON holders.

Google up Regulatory Capture.

Anonymous said...

If the CON laws go away, look for all the hospitals moving to areas that have critical masses of insured populations.

Anonymous said...

Gave up after two sentences.

Anonymous said...

@3:31 I initially thought it was Robert Foster, too. Your description is spot on!

Anonymous said...

No surprise there’s no research. UMMC benefits most. UM stops research from going forward.

Anonymous said...

Do Baptist and St. Dom already have sites picked out in Madison?

Anonymous said...

The CON law is facing a constitutional challenge in MS. Judge Reeves dismissed the motion to dismiss and it will proceed with a trial on the merits: From

EFGAlterEgo said...

Clearly this person has no idea what "regulatory capture" is.

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