TODAY is our nationwide ‘Repeal it All’ call-in to Congress on Obamacare. Please call ASAP if you haven’t done so already.
Repeal of Obamacare is not a done deal. A few Republicans want flat-out repeal. Others a two- or three-year delay (which realistically means NO repeal). Some claim “repeal” that’s not repeal. For example, while in Washington, D.C. last week, I heard one Congressman support “repeal” but want to keep the law’s $3 trillion and spend it differently. That’s not repeal. One insider said many Members haven’t “gotten the message” of the election. True.
Trump picked a pro-life physician. Orthopedic surgeon Congressman Tom Price, M.D. will be the new Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. He’s been a member of the U.S. House for 12 years, where he chairs the House Budget Committee and a member of the House Ways and Means Committee, including its Subcommittee on Health.
I want to change people’s minds. Let me start with this: The Affordable Care Act ended health insurance in America. The cost of this decision is now front-page news. The ACA’s ban on affordable catastrophic insurance and its ban on pre-existing condition (“pre-ex”) exclusions means we don’t have health insurance any more. The ACA mandates that health plans enroll people with pre-existing conditions. That’s not insurance against a risk. That’s third-party financing of a known condition.
What will you hear tonight? In the second presidential debate, Hillary Clinton showed how a polished politician can tell the truth and simultaneously mislead.
What do you mean when you say “Obamacare”? Since people think Obamacare is imploding, we’ve created a better way to talk it: Obamacare I, Obamacare II, and Obamacare III.
Some people think presidential and other candidates should open their medical records. Here are seven reasons to think twice before agreeing:
Although not all conservatives agreed with everything she said or did, her impact was undeniable. Phyllis often stood when no one else did, wrote what no one else would (the updated “Choice Not an Echo”), and kept the Constitution of the United States intact. Her zeal for conservative, constitutional, life-affirming principles never wavered.
Is Obamacare failing? Some parts, like the 16 failed co-ops, are. But when it comes to health plans dropping out of Obamacare exchanges, it’s a legitimate question. HMOs have a disturbing history of dropping enrollees – until Congress meets their payment demands.
The desperate sounds of Obamacare’s death spiral are reverberating through the White House. Obama’s legacy act is in deep, deep trouble.