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Obama Health Law: What It Says and How to Overturn It (Encounter Broadsides) Paperback – June 22, 2010
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She says early in this 2010 booklet, "Under the new law... Doctors will be instructed on what the government deems to be cost-effective and appropriate care. The result is that doctors will be forced to choose between doing what their patient needs and avoiding a government penalty." (Pg. 3-4) She adds later, "Obama health law's across-the-board reductions in funding for Medicare won't simply reduce end-of-life care; they will also reduce care for patients who are perfectly capable of surviving their illnesses and going on with life." (Pg. 12)
She argues, "Amazingly, the president crisscrossed the country claiming that the new health law is 'paid for' and 'reduces the deficit.' He omitted to say that it was paid for the raising taxes by $500 billion AND eviscerating Medicare." (Pg. 24)
Concerning a proposed "value-added-tax' (VAT), she asserts "although the phrase 'value added' has a positive connotation, there is nothing positive about it. In the U.S., a VAT should be called a Vanishing America Tax, because it would erode our freedom and standard of living." (Pg. 25)
There are much longer and more detailed of the President's health care proposals available, but this one includes a lot of argument within a compact space."
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I was hoping for a little more information than what this book delivered. Good seller--Thanks!Published 23 months ago by Diana Dwyer
I thought it was going to be better written but it wasn't, but it did offer some very important information on how to deal with the "Obama Health Care"Published on June 21, 2014 by Lincoln H. Hickson-EL
Not enough information to fill up a thimble, even for a pamphlet. Dated and incomplete...not at all what was expected.Published on February 2, 2014 by RICHARD VANDAGRIFF
Seller is a Fast shipper. Quality Merchandise. Large print makes it very easy to read. I am anxious to read it but I Haven't had a chance to yet.Published on December 31, 2013 by Jeffry Lynne Hawk
was just a pamplet, I also ordered the book "Beating Obamacare". It was good, but too small to be called a book, booklet more like it.Published on October 7, 2013 by Lynne cherney