15 responses to “Obama’s Plan is a Gift to the Health Insurance Industry”

  1. chiropractic posture

    GR8 Info, what are other good sites to confirm this info?

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  2. longshotlouie

    The Economy is a Lie, Too

    http://www.vdare.com/roberts/090921_economy.htm

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  3. Seth

    I cannot afford health insurance nor do I want it. To be honest, I think people would be more careful about how they treat their bodies if we didn't have health insurance. It would certainly reduce the number of heart attack patients. Of course, it would be necessary if I got hit by a bus or something. I'll take my chances.

    What I want to know is how can you tax the unemployed? If they can't pay, will you send them to jail? FEMA camps? The baby boomer generation is going to have to face up to the fact they will soon wither away. That's why setting the next generation up for success is so key. Sadly, the politicians don't know how/won't do that. They are determined to have everything repeat itself.

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  4. christine

    Several republicans have gotten together and presented on c-span a new concept of freedom concerning health care insurance.

    (R) Michele Bachman suggest...
    You select the plan, from whatever state you want, the amount of coverage you want, is not connected to your job, is more like how you purchase car insurance, you control it, and is done by large groups we set up ourselves. Competition, free market, doesn't impose fine/tax on business owners, government not involved.

    Besides Ron Paul, remember the people who think straight and keep them in the senate. We need an Army of them to replace the idiots who are there now!

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  5. Sean

    The new bill released in the senate wed will NOT have a public option. Instead we will mandate health insurance. I personally think the public option is the less of the two evils. THANK YOU CRAZED TOWN HALL CITIZENS!!

    I believe that mandates are far more intrusive to our liberties than a self ran governmental insurance company, because it wouldn't be paid from tax dollars and wouldn't intrude into the lives of those who wouldn't want it.

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    1. Sean

      I believe that our liberties are measured more by what all the government forces us to do. At least with the public option, we weren't forced to do anything.

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  6. Sean

    The only reason why Obama is now supporting the insurance industry is because of all the town hall meetings. The people don't want a public option so mandating health insurance is the only alternative that has been approached IN CONGRESS since day 1. I wish Ron Paul would address his views to congress. It does no good to exclude yourself from the legislative process.

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  7. David Bernard Daniels

    Interesting point. It is certainly not the kind of stenchous dung one hears when reading the Obama aplogists boards which I have been seeing lately. I am sure that Obama's people feel that many bright green banners of Islam are being planted on the white house lawn when Obama uses his slippery moves to evade the kind of truth Ron Paul reveals.

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  8. christine

    A little trick in the heath care bill...after 2013, if you have a plan outside of the government exchange, you can keep it, but the health care companies will no longer be able to issue NEW policies outside of the exchange. Looks like a phasing out process until they get to the single payer..... NOT IN AMERICA.

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  9. longshotlouie

    Grim Prognosis From Doctors Opposed To Health Care Plan
    http://www.ibdeditorials.com/IBDArticles.aspx?id=337993973850542

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    1. David Bernard Daniels

      Ron Paul in 2012! Nuff said.

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  10. Herewe Goagain

    Another soldier speaks out:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v.....r_embedded
    http://www.cejayeng.com/products.php?id=59

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  11. Daniel Golay

    You're right about limiting doctor numbers. I was pissed off when I got to U of FL and discovered all the dirty tricks they used to hand you Ds & Fs in preMed courses to discourage you. At football games officials would say on TV - come to UF and be anybody you want to be. I wanted to strangle the Assh*le thru the screen.

    The kicker is all the foreign doctors & dentists getting in thru some back door - look in the phonebook. Infuriating

    That's ok though - I'm realizing how AMA medicine is bogus bullsh&t compared to alternative holistic medicine. That's where the real health revolution is starting. If I were a Dr today, I would probably be a defector to natural madicine. That's where the real healing is.
    Dan Golay

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  12. VR

    Why Joe Wilson was right.
    http://live.radioamerica.org/loudwater/player.pl?name=wnd&url=http://feeds.radioamerica.org/podcast/DWP/audio/000007_012762.mp3

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  13. Ralph Oster

    Did you know that the medical industry controls and limits the number of medical schools, thereby limiting compitition and artificially keeping prices high? They also control WHO gets into medical school. (You must know someone - "good ole boy" system).
    If we simply abolish their control and allow for a free market of schools, physician prices would come down.

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