Concerned Public Cluelessness on Obamacare

 

February 19, 2014
 
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Lack of knowledge is helping President Obama impose the Affordable Care Act. The public does not like “Obamacare” but they say they like the Affordable Care Act. Most don’t know it’s the same thing -- and the federal government and Obamacare supporters want to keep it that way. That must not happen.

 
Jimmie Kimmel Live! went onto the streets of Los Angeles with a video camera and asked the public which they preferred: Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act. Almost to a person they disliked Obamacare but liked the ACA. They thought Obamacare forced people to buy insurance and took away their choices. They said the ACA provided coverage. The interview explained the truth to one individual who dislikes Obamacare:
 
Interviewer: Do you know that Obamacare and the Affordable Care Act are the same thing?”
Woman: “No, they’re not.”
Interviewer: “Yes, they are.”  
 
Before he showed the video, Jimmy Kimmel reminded the audience that Obamacare and the ACA are one in the same. Craig Patrick, a Tampa Fox News reporter found the same lack of knowledge in a delightful story that highlighted the confusion surrounding Obamacare. (at 1:40)
 
This confusion may be good for the president’s agenda to drive everyone into the Obamacare exchanges, but it’s a major problem for those of us who want to protect Americans from government control of doctors and government rationing of care. A concerned public that remains clueless will not oppose the federal takeover until it’s too late.
 
The deception is broad. As Politico reports, healthcare.gov has been all but scrubbed of any references to Obamacare and state exchanges don’t use the term at all. Healthcare.gov and the state exchanges call themselves “marketplaces” even though they are multi-million dollar, taxpayer-funded government bureaucracies that have zero private insurance policies to sell.
 
As long as exchanges avoid the term “Obamacare” people who enroll won’t know they are unwittingly funding the implementation of Obamacare.
 
Once upon a time, Obama and ACA supporters publicly embraced the term. No longer. On January 9, 2014, former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi corrected a reporter who called it “Obamacare,” saying, “First of all, it’s called the ‘Affordable Care Act.”
 
Here’s a fact: Exchanges ARE Obamacare. MNsure.org is Obamacare.  Coveredcalifornia.com is Obamacare. Kynect is Obamacare. Connect for Health Colorado is Obamacare. Healthcare.gov is Obamacare. All state and federal government exchanges are Obamacare: data-collecting, government-controlling mechanisms to eventually impose single-payer health care.
 
Tell everyone you know. Help the concerned (but clueless) learn the truth. Donate to our efforts to let people know the truth! Only 6 weeks left for open enrollment. Let your friends and family know the ACA and the Exchanges are Obamacare. Tell them they’ll lose their privacy, their choices, their doctors, their health care dollars and their personal control. Tell them to Refuse to Enroll in exchange coverage.
 
Telling the Truth about Obamacare,
 
Twila Brase, RN, PHN
President and Co-founder
 
 
 
 
The public does not like Obamacare -- but they like the Affordable Care Act.
Jimmie Kimmel Live! went onto the streets of Los Angeles and asked the public which they preferred: Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act. Almost to the person they disliked Obamacare but liked the ACA. They thought Obamacare forced people to buy insurance and took away their choices. They thought the ACA secured coverage for everyone. After displaying this amusing parade of the uninformed, Jimmy Kimmel reminded the audience that Obamacare and the ACA are one in the same.
 
This national state of cluelessness is helping Obama and Obamacare supporters deceive the American public. But a clueless deceived public presents a major problem for those of us who want to protect Americans from national health care and its associated intrusions, controls, and violations of patient rights, privacy rights, and the confidential patient-doctor relationship.
 
The public wants private insurance. They don't want government health care. They don't want government mandates. They don't want Obamacaid.
 
Thus the deception.
 
Check out healthcare.gov or any of the state exchanges. They go out of their way to call themselves insurance "marketplaces" even though they are mult-million dollar taxpayer-funded bureaucracies that sell government health care administered by contracted health plans. Thus it may say "BlueCross BlueShield" on your Exchange enrollment card, but it's still a government program controlled by government bureaucrats. Just ask the people on Medicaid who have BCBS cards.
 
As Politico reports, healthcare.gov has been all but scrubbed of any references to Obamacare and state exchanges don't use the term at all. Apparently, "Affordable Care Act" polls better than "Obamacare."
 
As long as government officials stay away from the term, they increase the public's willingness to enter the government exchanges that have been established to impose federal control of the entire health care system.
 
The exchanges (healthcare.gov, MNsure.org, coveredcalifornia.com, kynect.org, etc.) are all Obamacare. Each one is a "dummy terminal" (data-collecting website) into the national exchange which Obama intended to be:
 
  • one central server (federal data services hub)
  • 51 dummy terminals (state-named websites)
  • nationwide IT superstructure connecting them all
  • federal database ("Health Insurance Exchange Program" federal system of records) to collect everyone's data for federal control and enforcement
 
Once upon a time, Obama and Sebelius publicly embraced the term. No longer. On January 9, 2014, former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi corrected a reporter who called it "Obamacare": "First of all, it's called the 'Affordable Care Act."
 
It's up to us to bring reality of Obamacare to the clueless. We must tell the people that the Exchanges are Obamacare. That healthcare.gov is Obamacare. That MNsure.org is Obamacare. That any and all government exchanges are Obamacare: systems that aim to become the only place we can get coverage, and all of it government coverage (Obamacaid). And then it's a short step from single-seller exchanges to a single-payer system under federal control.
 
The clueless don't want Obamacare. They want private insurance. They aren't getting it. They're getting Obamacaid. Let them know. Unveil the deception. 
- See more at: http://healthenews.cchfreedom.org/newsletter.php/126#sthash.Bl2r8dl0.dpuf
The public does not like Obamacare -- but they like the Affordable Care Act.
Jimmie Kimmel Live! went onto the streets of Los Angeles and asked the public which they preferred: Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act. Almost to the person they disliked Obamacare but liked the ACA. They thought Obamacare forced people to buy insurance and took away their choices. They thought the ACA secured coverage for everyone. After displaying this amusing parade of the uninformed, Jimmy Kimmel reminded the audience that Obamacare and the ACA are one in the same.
 
This national state of cluelessness is helping Obama and Obamacare supporters deceive the American public. But a clueless deceived public presents a major problem for those of us who want to protect Americans from national health care and its associated intrusions, controls, and violations of patient rights, privacy rights, and the confidential patient-doctor relationship.
 
The public wants private insurance. They don't want government health care. They don't want government mandates. They don't want Obamacaid.
 
Thus the deception.
 
Check out healthcare.gov or any of the state exchanges. They go out of their way to call themselves insurance "marketplaces" even though they are mult-million dollar taxpayer-funded bureaucracies that sell government health care administered by contracted health plans. Thus it may say "BlueCross BlueShield" on your Exchange enrollment card, but it's still a government program controlled by government bureaucrats. Just ask the people on Medicaid who have BCBS cards.
 
As Politico reports, healthcare.gov has been all but scrubbed of any references to Obamacare and state exchanges don't use the term at all. Apparently, "Affordable Care Act" polls better than "Obamacare."
 
As long as government officials stay away from the term, they increase the public's willingness to enter the government exchanges that have been established to impose federal control of the entire health care system.
 
The exchanges (healthcare.gov, MNsure.org, coveredcalifornia.com, kynect.org, etc.) are all Obamacare. Each one is a "dummy terminal" (data-collecting website) into the national exchange which Obama intended to be:
 
  • one central server (federal data services hub)
  • 51 dummy terminals (state-named websites)
  • nationwide IT superstructure connecting them all
  • federal database ("Health Insurance Exchange Program" federal system of records) to collect everyone's data for federal control and enforcement
 
Once upon a time, Obama and Sebelius publicly embraced the term. No longer. On January 9, 2014, former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi corrected a reporter who called it "Obamacare": "First of all, it's called the 'Affordable Care Act."
 
It's up to us to bring reality of Obamacare to the clueless. We must tell the people that the Exchanges are Obamacare. That healthcare.gov is Obamacare. That MNsure.org is Obamacare. That any and all government exchanges are Obamacare: systems that aim to become the only place we can get coverage, and all of it government coverage (Obamacaid). And then it's a short step from single-seller exchanges to a single-payer system under federal control.
 
The clueless don't want Obamacare. They want private insurance. They aren't getting it. They're getting Obamacaid. Let them know. Unveil the deception. 
- See more at: http://healthenews.cchfreedom.org/newsletter.php/126#sthash.Bl2r8dl0.dpuf
 
The public does not like Obamacare -- but they like the Affordable Care Act.
Jimmie Kimmel Live! went onto the streets of Los Angeles and asked the public which they preferred: Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act. Almost to the person they disliked Obamacare but liked the ACA. They thought Obamacare forced people to buy insurance and took away their choices. They thought the ACA secured coverage for everyone. After displaying this amusing parade of the uninformed, Jimmy Kimmel reminded the audience that Obamacare and the ACA are one in the same.
 
This national state of cluelessness is helping Obama and Obamacare supporters deceive the American public. But a clueless deceived public presents a major problem for those of us who want to protect Americans from national health care and its associated intrusions, controls, and violations of patient rights, privacy rights, and the confidential patient-doctor relationship.
 
The public wants private insurance. They don't want government health care. They don't want government mandates. They don't want Obamacaid.
 
Thus the deception.
 
Check out healthcare.gov or any of the state exchanges. They go out of their way to call themselves insurance "marketplaces" even though they are mult-million dollar taxpayer-funded bureaucracies that sell government health care administered by contracted health plans. Thus it may say "BlueCross BlueShield" on your Exchange enrollment card, but it's still a government program controlled by government bureaucrats. Just ask the people on Medicaid who have BCBS cards.
 
As Politico reports, healthcare.gov has been all but scrubbed of any references to Obamacare and state exchanges don't use the term at all. Apparently, "Affordable Care Act" polls better than "Obamacare."
 
As long as government officials stay away from the term, they increase the public's willingness to enter the government exchanges that have been established to impose federal control of the entire health care system.
 
The exchanges (healthcare.gov, MNsure.org, coveredcalifornia.com, kynect.org, etc.) are all Obamacare. Each one is a "dummy terminal" (data-collecting website) into the national exchange which Obama intended to be:
 
  • one central server (federal data services hub)
  • 51 dummy terminals (state-named websites)
  • nationwide IT superstructure connecting them all
  • federal database ("Health Insurance Exchange Program" federal system of records) to collect everyone's data for federal control and enforcement
 
Once upon a time, Obama and Sebelius publicly embraced the term. No longer. On January 9, 2014, former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi corrected a reporter who called it "Obamacare": "First of all, it's called the 'Affordable Care Act."
 
It's up to us to bring reality of Obamacare to the clueless. We must tell the people that the Exchanges are Obamacare. That healthcare.gov is Obamacare. That MNsure.org is Obamacare. That any and all government exchanges are Obamacare: systems that aim to become the only place we can get coverage, and all of it government coverage (Obamacaid). And then it's a short step from single-seller exchanges to a single-payer system under federal control.
 
The clueless don't want Obamacare. They want private insurance. They aren't getting it. They're getting Obamacaid. Let them know. Unveil the deception. 
- See more at: http://healthenews.cchfreedom.org/newsletter.php/126#sthash.Bl2r8dl0.dpuf
 
The public does not like Obamacare -- but they like the Affordable Care Act.
Jimmie Kimmel Live! went onto the streets of Los Angeles and asked the public which they preferred: Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act. Almost to the person they disliked Obamacare but liked the ACA. They thought Obamacare forced people to buy insurance and took away their choices. They thought the ACA secured coverage for everyone. After displaying this amusing parade of the uninformed, Jimmy Kimmel reminded the audience that Obamacare and the ACA are one in the same.
 
This national state of cluelessness is helping Obama and Obamacare supporters deceive the American public. But a clueless deceived public presents a major problem for those of us who want to protect Americans from national health care and its associated intrusions, controls, and violations of patient rights, privacy rights, and the confidential patient-doctor relationship.
 
The public wants private insurance. They don't want government health care. They don't want government mandates. They don't want Obamacaid.
 
Thus the deception.
 
Check out healthcare.gov or any of the state exchanges. They go out of their way to call themselves insurance "marketplaces" even though they are mult-million dollar taxpayer-funded bureaucracies that sell government health care administered by contracted health plans. Thus it may say "BlueCross BlueShield" on your Exchange enrollment card, but it's still a government program controlled by government bureaucrats. Just ask the people on Medicaid who have BCBS cards.
 
As Politico reports, healthcare.gov has been all but scrubbed of any references to Obamacare and state exchanges don't use the term at all. Apparently, "Affordable Care Act" polls better than "Obamacare."
 
As long as government officials stay away from the term, they increase the public's willingness to enter the government exchanges that have been established to impose federal control of the entire health care system.
 
The exchanges (healthcare.gov, MNsure.org, coveredcalifornia.com, kynect.org, etc.) are all Obamacare. Each one is a "dummy terminal" (data-collecting website) into the national exchange which Obama intended to be:
 
  • one central server (federal data services hub)
  • 51 dummy terminals (state-named websites)
  • nationwide IT superstructure connecting them all
  • federal database ("Health Insurance Exchange Program" federal system of records) to collect everyone's data for federal control and enforcement
 
Once upon a time, Obama and Sebelius publicly embraced the term. No longer. On January 9, 2014, former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi corrected a reporter who called it "Obamacare": "First of all, it's called the 'Affordable Care Act."
 
It's up to us to bring reality of Obamacare to the clueless. We must tell the people that the Exchanges are Obamacare. That healthcare.gov is Obamacare. That MNsure.org is Obamacare. That any and all government exchanges are Obamacare: systems that aim to become the only place we can get coverage, and all of it government coverage (Obamacaid). And then it's a short step from single-seller exchanges to a single-payer system under federal control.
 
The clueless don't want Obamacare. They want private insurance. They aren't getting it. They're getting Obamacaid. Let them know. Unveil the deception. 
- See more at: http://healthenews.cchfreedom.org/newsletter.php/126#sthash.Bl2r8dl0.dpufJimmie Kimmel Live! went onto the streets of Los Angeles and asked the public which they preferred: Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act. Almost to the person they disliked Obamacare but liked the ACA. They thought Obamacare forced people to buy insurance and took away their choices. They thought the ACA secured coverage for everyone. After displaying this amusing parade of the uninformed, Jimmy Kimmel reminded the audience that Obamacare and the ACA are one in the same.
 
This national state of cluelessness is helping Obama and Obamacare supporters deceive the American public. But a clueless deceived public presents a major problem for those of us who want to protect Americans from national health care and its associated intrusions, controls, and violations of patient rights, privacy rights, and the confidential patient-doctor relationship.
 
The public wants private insurance. They don't want government health care. They don't want government mandates. They don't want Obamacaid.
 
Thus the deception.
 
Check out healthcare.gov or any of the state exchanges. They go out of their way to call themselves insurance "marketplaces" even though they are mult-million dollar taxpayer-funded bureaucracies that sell government health care administered by contracted health plans. Thus it may say "BlueCross BlueShield" on your Exchange enrollment card, but it's still a government program controlled by government bureaucrats. Just ask the people on Medicaid who have BCBS cards.
 
As Politico reports, healthcare.gov has been all but scrubbed of any references to Obamacare and state exchanges don't use the term at all. Apparently, "Affordable Care Act" polls better than "Obamacare."
 
As long as government officials stay away from the term, they increase the public's willingness to enter the government exchanges that have been established to impose federal control of the entire health care system.
 
The exchanges (healthcare.gov, MNsure.org, coveredcalifornia.com, kynect.org, etc.) are all Obamacare. Each one is a "dummy terminal" (data-collecting website) into the national exchange which Obama intended to be:
 
  • one central server (federal data services hub)
  • 51 dummy terminals (state-named websites)
  • nationwide IT superstructure connecting them all
  • federal database ("Health Insurance Exchange Program" federal system of records) to collect everyone's data for federal control and enforcement
 
Once upon a time, Obama and Sebelius publicly embraced the term. No longer. On January 9, 2014, former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi corrected a reporter who called it "Obamacare": "First of all, it's called the 'Affordable Care Act."
 
It's up to us to bring reality of Obamacare to the clueless. We must tell the people that the Exchanges are Obamacare. That healthcare.gov is Obamacare. That MNsure.org is Obamacare. That any and all government exchanges are Obamacare: systems that aim to become the only place we can get coverage, and all of it government coverage (Obamacaid). And then it's a short step from single-seller exchanges to a single-payer system under federal control.
 
The clueless don't want Obamacare. They want private insurance. They aren't getting it. They're getting Obamacaid. Let them know. Unveil the deception. 
- See more at: http://healthenews.cchfreedom.org/newsletter.php/126#sthash.Bl2r8dl0.dpuf public does not like Obamacare -- but they like the Affordable Care Act.
Jimmie Kimmel Live! went onto the streets of Los Angeles and asked the public which they preferred: Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act. Almost to the person they disliked Obamacare but liked the ACA. They thought Obamacare forced people to buy insurance and took away their choices. They thought the ACA secured coverage for everyone. After displaying this amusing parade of the uninformed, Jimmy Kimmel reminded the audience that Obamacare and the ACA are one in the same.
 
This national state of cluelessness is helping Obama and Obamacare supporters deceive the American public. But a clueless deceived public presents a major problem for those of us who want to protect Americans from national health care and its associated intrusions, controls, and violations of patient rights, privacy rights, and the confidential patient-doctor relationship.
 
The public wants private insurance. They don't want government health care. They don't want government mandates. They don't want Obamacaid.
 
Thus the deception.
 
Check out healthcare.gov or any of the state exchanges. They go out of their way to call themselves insurance "marketplaces" even though they are mult-million dollar taxpayer-funded bureaucracies that sell government health care administered by contracted health plans. Thus it may say "BlueCross BlueShield" on your Exchange enrollment card, but it's still a government program controlled by government bureaucrats. Just ask the people on Medicaid who have BCBS cards.
 
As Politico reports, healthcare.gov has been all but scrubbed of any references to Obamacare and state exchanges don't use the term at all. Apparently, "Affordable Care Act" polls better than "Obamacare."
 
As long as government officials stay away from the term, they increase the public's willingness to enter the government exchanges that have been established to impose federal control of the entire health care system.
 
The exchanges (healthcare.gov, MNsure.org, coveredcalifornia.com, kynect.org, etc.) are all Obamacare. Each one is a "dummy terminal" (data-collecting website) into the national exchange which Obama intended to be:
 
  • one central server (federal data services hub)
  • 51 dummy terminals (state-named websites)
  • nationwide IT superstructure connecting them all
  • federal database ("Health Insurance Exchange Program" federal system of records) to collect everyone's data for federal control and enforcement
 
Once upon a time, Obama and Sebelius publicly embraced the term. No longer. On January 9, 2014, former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi corrected a reporter who called it "Obamacare": "First of all, it's called the 'Affordable Care Act."
 
It's up to us to bring reality of Obamacare to the clueless. We must tell the people that the Exchanges are Obamacare. That healthcare.gov is Obamacare. That MNsure.org is Obamacare. That any and all government exchanges are Obamacare: systems that aim to become the only place we can get coverage, and all of it government coverage (Obamacaid). And then it's a short step from single-seller exchanges to a single-payer system under federal control.
 
The clueless don't want Obamacare. They want private insurance. They aren't getting it. They're getting Obamacaid. Let them know. Unveil the deception. 
- See more at: http://healthenews.cchfreedom.org/newsletter.php/126#sthash.Bl2r8dl0.dpuf