The Beacon Center of Tennessee just released its first video in a series of Obamacare videos.…Read More »
Michael F. Cannon of National Review Online wrote a crushing piece entitled “The $1.5 Trillion Fraud.” He argues that while the “Public Option” is bad, the “Individual Mandate” is by far the worst part of the Pelosi Bill. The loss of our personal liberty is well know. The federal government would force us to purchase a product or face $250,000 …Read More »
I’m generally not in the habit of reading The Huffington Post but this popped up in my news headlines. The analytics must have figured out I’ve been looking for healthcare news.
What I find interesting is even this author is calling the current proposals what they really are and pointing out that they still do nothing to control costs.
IBDEditorials 9/15/2009 “Two of every three practicing physicians oppose the medical overhaul plan under consideration in Washington, and hundreds of thousands would think about shutting down their practices or retiring early if it were adopted, a new IBD/TIPP Poll has found. “The poll contradicts the claims of not only the White House, but also doctors' own lobby — the powerful…Read More »
( – promoted by EaBo Clipper)
The idea of Obamacare/Socialized medicine is a UNIVERSALly horrible idea.
The fact that a major network would turn over its evening broadcast schedule to promote it is almost as bad.
Come out and protest against BOTH at local ABC TV affiliate WCVB Channel 5.
5 TV Place
Needham Heights, ma 02494-2302 When: 9:30…
Are you ready for President Obama’s Nationalized Health Care? Get prepared for a rapid deterioration in the quality and availability of health care if his plans successfully make it through Congress. An Op-Ed in Investors Business Daily today, entitled “How U.S. Health Care Really Stacks Up”, sheds the light on the realities of nationalized health care in…Read More »
The New York Times, that bastion of reactionary thought, has a lengthy article on the the impending collapse of Massachusetts “Universal Healthcare” system unless there are massive tax increases or draconian price controls. BOSTON – Three years ago, Massachusetts enacted perhaps the boldest state health care experiment in American history, bringing near-universal coverage to the commonwealth with Paul Revere speed.…Read More »