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Beating Obamacare: Your Handbook for the New Healthcare Law by McCaughey, Betsy
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Question by Average College Student: The battle for health care rights is won. Now how can we go forward as a country?
Finally, health care is there for everyone. All that needs to happen in the roll call for the historic vote. No more deregulated, wild west health care. Now cheaper, efficient, better health care will be available.

I think we should now start working with the republicans on global warming solutions so we don’t have a big fight again where the people loose.

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Straight to the courts where it will be ruled unconstitutional.

And do you seriously think it will be cheaper, more efficient or better?
Quite the opposite is true for most Americans.

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Why ObamaCare is Wrong for America: How the New Health Care Law Drives Up Costs, Puts Government in Charge of Your Decisions, and Threatens Your Constitutional Rights

Why ObamaCare is Wrong for America: How the New Health Care Law Drives Up Costs, Puts Government in Charge of Your Decisions, and Threatens Your Constitutional Rights

Most people initially had high hopes for health reform. There clearly are problems that must be fixed. The president had promised that if reform passed, everyone would be able to get health insurance, costs would go down, and we would be able to keep both our doctors and our coverage. And we were told that reform would even cut the deficit and make Medicare stronger.

But the law that actually passed became a Rube Goldberg contraption that can’t possibly work and that fails to meet its promises—and it will make many problems worse. Officials say it will leave at least 23 million people uninsured, it is already making health insurance more expensive, and it threatens major changes to the coverage that tens of millions of Americans have today. Seniors are frightened that its cuts to future Medicare spending will jeopardize their care, and taxpayers see a flood of red ink far into the future.

ObamaCare is leaving a comet tail of broken promises as it steamrolls its way through our economy and into our lives. What happened? How could there possibly be such a big gap between promise and reality?

In Why ObamaCare is Wrong for America, the authors—who work for four different conservative think tanks and have led the fight to educate the American people about the impact of ObamaCare—explain exactly what the law stipulates and how the law will affect each of us: as patients, as employees, as taxpayers, and as citizens. They also lay out a plan for reforming the law so we can get health care right. Finally, the authors share concrete steps each of us can take to put the breaks on ObamaCare.

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presidents and prime ministers sing in harmony. Love and happiness abounds. Donations: www.thegregorybrothers.com Lyrics HC: Tun tun tun tun tun tun tun tun Seamos un tilín mejores Y un poco menos egoístas Tun tun tun tun tun tun tun tun Huele a esperanza FR: In this common endeavor Huele a esperanza GB: All of us work together HC: Tun tun tun tun tun tun tun tun BO: We must embrace a new era of engagement Because the time has come UN Choir: To smell the hope! GB: For growth to be sustained It has to be shared UN Choir: ohhh, We can smell the hope! BO: The time has come UN Choir: To smell a better world!! FR: A better world to live in for future generations everywhere. AG: Don’t get sick That’s right, don’t get sick If you have insurance, don’t get sick If you don’t have insurance, don’t get sick If you’re sick, don’t get sick Just don’t get sick That’s the Republicans’ health care plan CC: He has a chart AG: An angry chart CC: A chart that helps us learn! AG: ooh ooh ah ah If you get sick in America, die quickly That’s right–the Republicans want you to die quickly if you get sick AG: I agree! CC: He agrees! AG: Angrily! CC: Cuz he’s angry! KO: Afford to live? Are we at that point? Are we so heartless? How can we not be united against death? Us: My BFF Gilgamesh knows eternal life’s an impossible quest The resources exist for your father and mine to get the same treatment Us: Yeah, we’re in agreement But first we gotta lay down some All: High speed rail Us: Bail out some
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As the U.S. Supreme Court ponders the fate of healthcare reform in the current election year, a study released on Thursday shows that one in four working-age Americans went without insurance at some point in 2011, often as a result of unemployment and other job changes.

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Health Care Overhaul Summarized Via MASSIVE PIG

In which John sweats through his shirt while discussing the American health care system and various proposals for reform, including the public option, nonprofit health insurance cooperatives, and continuing to feed the pig.

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The Law (In Plain English)(r) for Health Care Professionals

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Drugstore chain Walgreen Co. is beefing up its Prescription Savings Club program for customers by expanding the discounts it offers on generic drugs, vaccines and other items.

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A Formula for Successful Health Insurance Exchanges

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the “Act”) may well spell the demise of American health insurance as we know it. I elaborate on this in the concluding section of this chapter, but my premise is simple: When you can wait until you are sick to buy health insurance, you have effectively eliminated the concept of insurance. Organizations we call health insurance companies or health plans will ultimately be relegated into the category of utilities.

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The Healing of America: A Global Quest for Better, Cheaper, and Fairer Health Care

Bestselling author T. R. Reid guides a whirlwind tour of successful health care systems worldwide, revealing possible paths toward U.S. reform.

In The Healing of America, New York Times bestselling author T. R. Reid shows how all the other industrialized democracies have achieved something the United States can’t seem to do: provide health care for everybody at a reasonable cost.

In his global quest to find a possible prescription, Reid visits wealthy, free market, industrialized democracies like our own-including France, Germany, Japan, the U.K., and Canada-where he finds inspiration in example. Reid shares evidence from doctors, government officials, health care experts, and patients the world over, finding that foreign health care systems give everybody quality care at an affordable cost. And that dreaded monster “socialized medicine” turns out to be a myth. Many developed countries provide universal coverage with private doctors, private hospitals, and private insurance.

In addition to long-established systems, Reid also studies countries that have carried out major health care reform. The first question facing these countries-and the United States, for that matter-is an ethical issue: Is health care a human right? Most countries have already answered with a resolute yes, leaving the United States in the murky moral backwater with nations we typically think of as far less just than our own.

The Healing of America lays bare the moral question at the heart of our troubled system, dissecting the misleading rhetoric surrounding the health care debate. Reid sees problems elsewhere, too: He finds poorly paid doctors in Japan, endless lines in Canada, mistreated patients in Britain, spartan facilities in France. Still, all the other rich countries operate at a lower cost, produce better health statistics, and cover everybody. In the end, The Healing of America is a good news book: It finds models around the world that Americans can borrow to guarantee health care for everybody who needs it.

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