Our children and grandchildren will need ration books for medical services if Obamacare isn’t repealed. How else will medical services be acquired when providers exit in the face of arbitrary fee caps, when demand soars because of universal access to “cheap” or “free” medical services, and when private insurance companies have been squeezed out of business by government?
In anticipation of that bleak future, I dug out one of my World War II ration books and updated it. Here’s the revised cover (“health” replaces “war”), followed by a page of ration coupons:
The howitzer motif is appropriate, given that Obamcare is a war on medicine and liberty. Other coupon pages feature equally appropriate symbols: tanks, aircraft carriers, and dive bombers.