As Rubio says:
These programs actually weakened us as a people. You see, almost forever, it was institutions in society that assumed the role of taking care of one another. If someone was sick in your family, you took care of them. If a neighbor met misfortune, you took care of them. You saved for your retirement and your future because you had to. We took these things upon ourselves in our communities, our families, and our homes, and our churches and our synagogues. But all that changed when the government began to assume those responsibilities. All of a sudden, for an increasing number of people in our nation, it was no longer necessary to worry about saving for security because that was the government’s job.And that's perfectly true. Who amongst us hasn't regaled in the stories of yesteryear, as our grandparents delighted us with tales of miracle cures and wonder drugs. Back when local doctors whipped up batches of chemotherapy in bath tubs and routinely preformed open heart surgery on the kitchen table while ma lay next to him, giving birth to another little 'un; and all for the cost of some hot water, a bottle of snake oil, and a little old fashioned moonshine.
That's how things used to be, back when people lived forever and no one ever got sick or died poor. It wasn't until Medicare and Social Security came along that people stopped looking out for people, and everyone started getting sick and dying. And now, instead of depending upon our kin folk to take care of us as we crap our pants into oblivion, we expect educated doctors and expensive equipment to make us better, rather than the spit and gumption people used to rely upon all those years ago.
Once again, liberal policies cause the very thing they were supposedly meant to cure, and if the liberal policy went away, we'd go back to the utopian world we had before liberalism destroyed it. That's why liberals do it: Because we hate people and want to see them die. Why else would we work so hard to take care of the elderly and disabled, unless we were secretly planning to hurt them?
There was once a time when a man could count on his fellow townspeople to build him a new CAT Scan machine when his wore out. Thanks to liberalism, those times have long since passed.