Obama Careby Jason Scimitar
The rebellion had begun at the moment the ink dried on Obama Care. The so-called insurance was outrageously expensive. Almost no one could afford to buy it. In addition, its coverage loopholes were so large that people fell right through them. Added to that, more and more
Obama Care is a finely crafted novel packed with non-stop action, adventure, and thrills.
The rebellion had begun at the moment the ink dried on Obama Care. The so-called insurance was outrageously expensive. Almost no one could afford to buy it. In addition, its coverage loopholes were so large that people fell right through them. Added to that, more and more people were murdered by corrupt insurance companies who seemed unconcerned about their clients' welfare. These goons focused their intense gaze on finding extra-legal ways to refuse treatments.
Things went from bad to worse. The survivors took the laws of revenge into their own hands. They bought guns. They manufactured explosives. They blew up doctor's offices, hospitals, insurance companies, train stations, airports, ships, passenger planes, and government buildings. There seemed no end to the spreading violence. Victims of Obama Care stepped forward to express their rage.
In a litany of sheer horror and frustration, thousands of Americans were bombed to death. Others found themselves gunned down at work. Others died in public buildings, factories, and parks. The grieving relatives of the thousands of dead and dying that were being killed by Obama Care were now dead set on even more violence and revenge, and this time they planned to do it by killing each of their neighbors.
JASON SCIMITAR is a noted author who writes under many names for protection. He has a graduate degree in English and creative writing from a major university where he received kudos for his fictional creations. Having been threatened and attacked many times by government goons for his outspoken criticism of American war mongering, torture, and corruption he has been forced to write novels in stealth and to use hidden names to avoid constant extra legal attacks by U.S. government sociopaths who work for the Department of Injustice in Washington DC in their ongoing effort to deny him his civil right to author books and to publish his dire warnings to the American people of its rapid descent into Soviet America.
Jason Scimitar is America's Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
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So true. This may be called fiction, but it is truly happening so people beware. Read this to get an idea.
This book was a real was a real page turner. They should make it into a movie. This story gives a real scary scenario of the possible future of our nation.