Time to scream and yell and start the perpetual tea party for the 38th repeal
Health care reform got real for me and my family when my employer discontinued
our previous options and pushed us all into a high-deductible plan. In the long
run, however, it's probably the right thing, because if people pay for
their own healthcare - which is essentially what happens in a high-deductible
plan - demand stabilizes and costs go down. The problem will be when my current
plan is dropped and we're all forced into the one-size-fits-all
single-payer socialized medicine nightmare.
medical insurance doesn't bother me. the cost however does. i wouldn't
mind paying for health insurance if any of it was reasonable. none of it is.
simple truth is insurance companies, hospitals, doctors, prescription, drug, and
medical providers overcharge. They all want that windfall profit. the US has led
the world in aggressive greedy billing schemes. bend'em till they break is
the mantra of the greedy wealthy class. billionaires by the hundreds exist
because they take every last cent they can squeeze because they fix prices.
there is no such thing as "median" or average pricing these days. The
norm is, take as much as possible for as long as possible. And if we're the
sole provider of a service, drug, or product, price it through the roof. the
lack of competition and competitive pricing is due to the amount of regulation
and red tape one has to wade through to start businesses that could compete with
one another. greed is destroying america
"Sarah Hall Ingram served as commissioner of the office responsible for
tax-exempt organizations between 2009 and 2012. But Ingram has since left that
part of the IRS and is now the director of the IRS’ Affordable Care Act
office, the IRS confirmed to ABC News today."WOW...I believe
that this administration will go down in history as one of the most corrupt in
"When President Obama was selling his health care legislation to Congress,
he declared that 'the plan I’m proposing will cost around $900
billion over 10 years.'But with the law’s major
provisions set to kick in next year, a new analysis by the Congressional Budget
Office projects that the law will cost double that, or $1.8 trillion."
Those who have in the past defended and promoted Obamacare are getting ever
smaller both in numbers and in volume and will soon be forced to apologize for
it in mass!
Welcome to the bleak world of socialized medicine. Choose your plan wisely,
even though no one can tell you for sure what it covers or what it will cost.Be prepared for the "death panels" to decide your preferred
treatment just costs more than your life is worth.And, then, be
ready to accept the reality that it will be very hard to find doctors willing to
accept the decreased payment terms of Medicare and Medicaid. And, if you want
to just pay for your treatment, remember that doctors are forbidden to take
patients outside the Medicare or Medicaid system.If you thought
health care was expensive before, just look at it when it is "free."Every politician who crammed this scheme down our throats without
reading it should be thrown out of office!