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In How It Affects You, ObamaCare on 06/2012 at 8:00 AM

March 26, 2012 – We didn’t forget! Engage with us on Facebook and tell us how you really feel about ObamaCare. More > …

ObamaCare, we didn't forget!

January 12, 2012 – Don’t show me the money! More insanity from Obamaville (ObamaCare411.com) More > …

Oklahoma!

May 5, 2011 – Your kids’ health will depend on Electronic health records “The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is calling electronic health records (EHRs) and other information technology “essential” to success of the medical home model of providing quality healthcare management for children.” (InformationWeek) More . . .

May 3, 2011 – Susidies won’t keep up with premiums An interesting break down showing why the law’s shift of premium costs to individuals “may be difficult to sustain,” CBO director Doug Elmendorf recently testified. (Investors.com) More > . . .

April 28, 2011 – CBO says repealing ObamaCare grants would save $14 billion You heard right. The Congressional Budget Office also said eliminating the planned grants would also mean fewer people enrolling in ObamaCare.  (The Hill.com) More> . . .

April 26, 2011 – ObamaCare annual check-up? Doesn’t look good Being overweight is a personal matter, but being burdened by big government is a national problem. (New American) More > . . .

April 25, 2011 – Must read: How Health Reform Punishes Work “This new entitlement—which the chief actuary of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services estimates will cost more than $100 billion per year once it is fully implemented—will damage the country’s long-term fiscal outlook. It also will introduce far-reaching negative effects on rewards to work and bizarre new inequities into American life.” (Wall Street Journal) More > . . .

April 20, 2011 – ObamaCare Preview: The great Romneycare giveaway.  It’s probably not how Mitt Romney envisioned it, but the former Massachusetts governor’s signature health-care law is turning out to be a gigantic freebie for illegal immigrants.  (Sunshine News) More > . . .

April 19, 2011 – States turning down ObamaCare money Three cheers for Oklahoma and New Hampshire for sticking to their guns.  (Wall Street Journal)   More > . . .

April 15, 2011 – Sen. Cornyn: Ryan’s health plan “exactly like ObamaCare.”  According to Sen.  John Cornyn (R-TX), Ryan’s plan would replace ObamaCare with another government subsidized system – so what’s the point? Is there just a lot of Red vs. Blue politics taking place here? (Talking Points Memo) More > …

April 14, 2011 – ObamaCare: The great American deathtrap!! While the HHS may never be this forthcoming in describing what is really going on inside of the health care law, people are comparing ObamaCare with Paul Ryan’s Medicare proposals and discovering something: Ryan’s proposals make sense, Obama’s …. don’t. (NY Post) More > …

Op-Ed: We want a divorce! At the one-year anniversary of ObamaCare, states need to stand up and reject big government (ObamaCare411) More > …

Trending video: Oh-no-Bama didn’t! Two women in a McDonalds discover the truth to President Obama and the HHS’ agenda on their “new Medicare benefits” package under ObamaCare. Fail. (YouTube) More > …

An important message from Medicare

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April 6, 2011 – Inside Paul Ryan’s “Mediscare” plan No need to read the whole article, instead just read the bold headers. Rep. Ryan’s plan includes reducing the size of federal government, making Medicare voluntary, repealing ObamaCare (sort of, kind of, not really) and yes, raising the Medicare retirement age. What more do you want? (Time.com) More > …

Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI)

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Support for ObamaCare repeal at a standstill

In How It Affects You on 04/2011 at 8:53 AM

A majority of voters continues to favor repeal of the national health care law at 52%, but the number who strongly favor it has fallen to a new low. So has the number of voters who see the law as bad for the country… (Rasmussen) More > …

Up close and personal with the PPACA

In How It Affects You on 04/2011 at 11:05 AM

What it really took to read the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). Read it here!

Think of the rainforests, Obama!

In How It Affects You on 04/2011 at 8:51 AM

The 2,000+ page health care bill is able to squeeze what amounts to 429 pages of regulations into six pages of the law. If that’s the case, how many thousands of new regulations are really in this law? (U.S. News and World Report) More > …

Can’t live that carefree lifestyle?

In How It Affects You on 04/2011 at 11:05 AM

According to this video, now you can, thanks to ObamaCare! Great spoof from TheFreedomFest. Click the image to watch the video:

What ObamaCare really means for women

In How It Affects You on 03/2011 at 10:47 AM

Last year’s recommendation from the U.S. Preventive Service Task Force (USPSTF) regarding breast cancer screening for women between the ages of 40 and 50 highlights how these changes could hurt women specifically. (Heritage Foundation) More > …

Happy Anniversary ObamaCare!

In How It Affects You, ObamaCare on 03/2011 at 9:49 AM

One year later and nothing has “changed.” See how Obamaville is “celebrating” today’s milestone. (ObamaCare411) More > …

Not Winning

Top ten things Obama never told you about ObamaCare

In How It Affects You on 03/2011 at 10:47 AM

For starters, did you know that… since July 1 of last year (2010), Americans have been paying a 10 percent excise tax on all indoor tanning services? (ATR) More > …

ObamaCare: One year later and still no action

In How It Affects You on 03/2011 at 10:47 AM

Despite the repeal efforts, death panel paranoia, government take-over of healthcare scares and the never-ending cries that warn of the end of civilization as we know it, the opponents of this lawhave yet to make any proposal whatsoever to replace what is already accomplishing so much good for so many people. What do you think? (Forbes) More > …

Government’s denial of Avastin a sign of things to come under ObamaCare

In How It Affects You on 03/2011 at 9:15 PM

Under the new health overhaul law, far too many medical decisions will be made by bureaucrats — not doctors and patients. Treatment of the new breast cancer drug Avastin provides a foreboding example. (Richmond Times Dispatch) More > …

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