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- Publisher: Regnery Publishing (January 9, 2012)
- Publication Date: January 9, 2012
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The Pipes Plan: The Top Ten Ways to Dismantle Obamacare Kindle Edition
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The media, with a few exceptions, has really been a part of the pro-Obamacare marketing department. The public needs more information about what this abomination has in store for them. Once they learn how bad it is from experience it will really be too late. And that is what Obama and his massive bureaucracies are counting on. That we will wait and complain but acquiesce. So, we need to get informed now, get angry now, and act now.
Sally C. Pipes, who has long experience with the huge expense of free government healthcare and its poor results (she's from Canada), has previously told us the "Truth About ObamaCare"The Truth About Obamacare: and here provides insights into ten of its core problems, how to stop them, and why these approaches to ending ObamaCare will work.
Even so, she admits there is a long road ahead with lots of work to fix our medical care system. Why? Because of decades of Progressive work to involve the government in running the system for POLITICAL benefit to the politicians and their favored cronies rather than fostering liberty and free markets in medical and supplementing only where it is truly needed and at the most local level.Read more ›
It ignores that consumers must have cash to participate in HSA plans. I'm not opposed to the gov't funding HSA's for folks to give it a try, but don't feel that it is the solution to rising costs.
One good investigation into an illness can blow through $10,000 in no time. Once you're past your deductible and the coverage kicks in where's the cost containment?
She talks like extending coverage to 26 y/o is a bad thing. In today's market some 19-26 y.o can buy coverage at prices their parents might be able to afford, but some, particularly if they've ever seen a doctor, can't. I know this because I've shopped and purchased coverage for my college-aged children.
SHe talks like eliminiating pre-existing conditions as a reason to refuse coverage is a bad thing. If you've never been sick it's not a problem. Try have a run-in with cancer or diabetes or whatever and see what you think about that.
Conservatives have a problem with replacing Obamacare because they ignore how hard it is to find affordable coverage on todays' markets. Try buying coverage and see for youself! She mentions that she's from Canada and is glad she doesn't get care there. First off that tells me she's insured here. I know many Canadians with cancer. Sometimes they gripe about drugs/treatments that are available to those with good coverage in the US, but none of them would trade because they don't even want to think about what would happen to them in the US if they didn't have coverage.
So, IMO, the author has rehashed the past and added much value.