They spent months telling us would never be like this. But look at what it is now and realize national health care will be just like the Obamacare Exchange debacle: Delays, denials of service, waiting lines, no one answering the phone, and a president that says, “Keep trying.”
Two new options for Obamacare resistance await. The first is found below in “News to Know” (Exchange Opt-Out Declaration). The second is a very important lawsuit is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court for consideration. This lawsuit will make the case that the individual and employer mandates are void due to unconstitutional processes engaged by the Democrat-led U.S. Congress. Without the mandates (and their penalties), Obamacare is toothless.
Is it truth or is it fiction? Two days ago the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) came out with an ASPE Issue Brief titled, “Fifty-Six Percent of the Uninsured Could Pay $100 or Less per Month for Coverage in 2014.”
ST. PAUL, Minn.—Americans have been frightened into thinking they have just a few weeks to make decisions about coverage before they have to begin enrolling in Obamacare exchanges to avoid the individual mandate’s tax-penalty. But the truth is that the October 1 deadline is a scam and a scare tactic to drive citizens into the flawed and intrusive government exchanges.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—One patient advocate is working to make sure that Americans know that the form that’s pushed across the counter at them at the doctor’s office is not meant to protect their private patient data. In fact, the opposite is true. The HIPAA law, thought to protect patient privacy, is simply a vehicle to share private data with more than 2.2 million entities.
ST. PAUL, Minn.— For the past eight years, Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom has been researching health departments in all 50 states to find out how they use funding from the federal government to obtain and store citizens’ private medical information—in most cases, without patients’ consent.
Today, Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom is releasing the findings of one of its most important works to date. For the past eight years, CCHF has been researching health departments in all 50 states to find out how they use funding from the federal government to obtain and store citizens’ private medical information—in most cases, without patients’ consent.
St. Paul, Minn.—One of the benefits of shopping online in the Obamacare health exchanges was supposed to be the easy, simple method of obtaining insurance. But new information from an industry insider reveals that 80 percent of Americans will need personal assistance in the process—and the Obama Administration is spending hundreds of millions of dollars, scrambling to convince Americans to sign up for higher premiums and privacy intrusions inherent in the exchanges.
ST.PAUL, Minn.— Guess which government agency will enforce Obamacare? One with a stellar record for privacy and fairness?
I have just discovered new information. This is a long post, but it should make the battle against Obamacare easier. What I’ve found reveals just how ‘federal’ and intrusive the Exchanges really are.