Trumpcare is $uper-wealth care, not health care

In one word, the term "Trumpcare" effectively describes what the Trump administration is

to more in the world than just United States' healthcare prospects following Trump's sabotage and repeal warfare on Obama Era's humanely evolving (ie, health care as a right, an entitlement*) U.S. healthcare provisions.

The term '"Trumpcare" is applicable to human conditions in the world that are becoming, if not already so,  terrorUSt wet-dreams realized in real time

birthing consequences of terrorUSt power: others' dreams of happiness shattered and defiled beyond any realm of imagination possessed by a super-majority of subjects directly ruled over by terrorUSts' wanna-be despot--

--despot on a scale unprcedented with this CEO of US ruling over the U.S., the West, the U.N., the world with the seemingly incurable terrorUStic persistence of its hypocrUSy corrupting Humanity's narrative of Freedom and Democracy.

I would like to begin a list of all Earthly matters that cannot be negatively impacted by Trump's self-serving, malicious, treacherous, treasonUSt leadership:

1.  Time

2.  Truth

3.  Facts

4.  Death

5.  Lies

6.  Treachery

7.  Inequity

8.  Corruption

9.   Lobbying

10.  Warfare

11.  justUS

12. Genocide

13. Ecocide

14. Suicide

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Comment by moki ikom on Thursday

health care as a right, an entitlement  

Health care is a human right, not a privilege.  Access to health care is a human right.  Access to insurance companies' health care plans is an abominable excuse that is the core of Republican's malicioUS healthcare propaganda.

Comment by marilyn sands on Thursday

Think you about covered it - no #15.  R&L

Comment by koshersalaami on Friday

Is there any such thing as govicide?

Comment by moki ikom on Friday

Searched the term 'govicide' and found that there's a redstatetalkradio.com host who has used  the term in a trilogy he's written.  One search came up with this post's title in the fifth slot due to your use of it in your comment. Trump's Bannon could maybe use such a word to substitute for "“deconstruction of the administrative state.” 

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