Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Obamacare: a legacy unraveling

Obamacare: a legacy


While the majority of the
population slept our misdirected government engineered major changes to their legacy
legislative effort, Obamacare. Most startling of the alterations, many will be
able to keep their traditional plans intact deep into 2017. Thirty other changes,
through Executive edicts, have been implemented to make this egregious law more
palatable to voters in 2014 and  subsequently for the presidential election in 2016.
Driven by political considerations candidates running for Democrat seats in the
House and Senate are running away from this catastrophe in evolution. Many
ardent supporters of Obama are having second thoughts concerning his agenda, as
the President tweaks the legal nightmare he has inflicted on the nation. Dozens
of mandates have been modified, extended and or simply circumvented to keep the
Affordable Care Act afloat. Insufficient numbers of paying subscribers have
signed up in the Exchanges. Reportedly four million have enrolled. Those in the
know question the mix of this group. White House officials are mum whether
these new Exchange patrons have been moved off Medical Assistance to this
newest of subsidized programs. This leaves a small window of possibility that a
few paying customers joined. Many are asking the question whether the
Affordable Care Act is on life support. Omens of failure are omnipresent.
Insurance premium nightmares are being reported throughout the country, rising
by as much as 100%.  Those who have not
lost their jobs are seeing their hours cut by 25% or more. Clever means have
been purported to deny patrons of this disaster the very elements advertised by
the President and his minions. Obamacare was never about improving health care
in America. Instead it was designed to usurp one-sixth of the economy and
create a unitary payer system with the central core controlled by the Washington
D.C.  bureaucracy. Confusion has been introduced
into the health system, at every level, which completely defeats its endgame,
better medical care for all.  Affordable
care Act has been found to be not so affordable. From the perches of many
Obamacare is unraveling and could sink under its own weight. In subsequent
articles the dangers of Obamacare will be discussed.


Mark Davis, MD author of
Obamacare: Dead on Arrival, A Prescription for Disaster.
http://amzn.to/1d4poKi.  https://www.createspace.com/3801630
platomd@gmail.com   President of Davis Book Reviews and
Healthnets Review Services. www.healthnetsreviewservices.com

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