ST. PAUL, Minn.—Those who know the dangers of Obamacare and the problems it has created for millions of Americans have at least one thing to be thankful for this Thanksgiving week—the fact that self-described “regular guy” Richard Weinstein did the work to expose Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber and his true feelings about the deceptive government health care plan and the American people.
Health Care Reform - Obamacare
ST. PAUL, Minn.—What’s a surefire way to make Americans less sensitive about an intrusive tax that forces them to obtain health care coverage from a failing government plan?
Why, change the name, of course!
Jonathan Gruber says Americans were purposely deceived. Then this Obamacare architect adds insult to injury. He calls Americans stupid. Now he says the videotaped comment was “off the cuff.” But alas, yet another videotape finds him saying that Americans are “too stupid to understand” the language in Obamacare.
As SCOTUS Agrees to Hear Obamacare Premium Subsidies Case, Health Care Law Architect Says Law Banked on “Stupidity of the American Voter”
ST. PAUL, Minn.—In an announcement that could portend the end of the disastrous Obamacare system, the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday announced it would hear the case challenging the legality of the health care law’s subsidies.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—This weekend, on November 15, open enrollment begins for the Affordable Care Act, but if this past year of Obamacare failures and last week’s elections are any indication, Obamacare could be a thing of the past—if lawmakers do what’s best for America and the uninsured refuse to enroll.
Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom: Measure Restores Patient Choice and Gives Doctors Freedom to Treat
ST. PAUL, Minn.—As voters around the country headed to the polls yesterday, South Dakota spoke load and clear for patient freedom, as health care is being more controlled than ever before.
The people have spoken. The Republicans have won big. President Obama has been repudiated, even if he claims it isn’t so. He said his policies were on the ballot, and Americans said if these are your policies, we don’t want your candidates.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—This past year was the biggest test for the Affordable Care Act. And Obamacare failed miserably on many levels. From technological enrollment glitches to privacy concerns, Obamacare didn’t gain many new fans in 2014. In fact, the government health care plan alienated more than it won over.
We’re in a hard place. Last year, Obamacare initiated a program to reduce so-called “excess readmissions” in hospitals. Section 3025 requires all hospitals subject to the policy to pay a penalty, called a “payment adjustment,” up to 3% if they readmit too many Medicare patients within 30 days of discharge.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—Next month, South Dakota voters will see an initiative on their ballots that could put health care decisions back in their own hands.