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Obama Health Reform and Wait Times Visualization

December 19, 2009 by  

Bob Livingston

is an ultra-conservative American and author of The Bob Livingston Letter™, founded in 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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  • s c

    If the basic info is right, then Georgia should be viewed as a role model, while Massachusetts should be viewed as the diametric opposite of a role model. Georgia should be a much healthier place to live. Massachusetts is a disaster waiting to happen.
    The difference between the two is what we could have, and what comrade obama wants to ram down our throats. Georgia’s plan is not perfect, but it is better than Massachusetts’. The Massachusetts plan is crap, and comrade obama thinks worse is ‘better’ than better.
    Once again, obama’s schemes will destroy America. Anyone who would destroy America (making it “better”) is a clear and present danger. The difference between the two is like the opposite ends of a horse. Sane, responsible people prefer the head, and nation-destroyers, kooks and all other forms of progressives prefer the manure-plopping posterior.
    How is this difficult to understand?

  • John

    This short 2 minute clip should be required viewing for all citizens age 7 to 97. Perhaps required several times a year. I realize that to require such a thing sounds somewhat communistic. As does the direction that this president and our representatives are leading this country. They are not representing the will of the majority of the people in this country and need to be replaced. Their majority is not even listening to what We The People are saying.

  • http://PersonalLibertyDigest Gerry

    I didn’t realize it was really THAT bad. It seems worse nowadays than before we had electricity. At least back then, you were at home while waiting for the doctor to show up. SOMETHING has to be done. If doing it the legal way doesn’t work, maybe someone should do SOMETHING the illegal way just like THEY do it. Fight fire with fire.

  • Larry

    The difference is so extreme,one might infer that it is based more on opinion than fact. What is the factual basis for the conclusion?

  • jazzcat

    Has this been presented to the present administration? If so, Id like to hear the reaction.

  • Sandy

    Surely CNN and MSNBC must had aired this? Not? Wonder why? Maybe because we are getting more and more like countries that suppress news that is bad for the current rulers? The only reason Health Care is such an issue is because the government wants control, the health care industries wants money and we the people will have to just take what they decide we don’t want. Of the 47 million uninsured, 45 to 50% make over $50,000 to $75,000 per year and CHOOSE to be irresponsible and not purchase health care (after all a new BMW is more glamours than being a responsible citizen). Some 25 to 30% are eligible for Medicaid but are either too stupid or lazy to go and apply. The rest, yes you guessed it, are illegals. It is estimated that illegals cost just hospitals in this country 100 to 500 million per year. Now the drug companies, there are no cost controls in this plan and they spend 57 Billion per year advertising their less that perfect drugs. Stop the illegals from using our emergency rooms for their health care and stop the drug companies from advertising and we would save a ton of money each year and that would lower our costs.

  • Jerry

    This is a sad time in our nations history. I only pray that enough of us (citizens) will wake up and take responsibility for ourselves and our country before it’s too late. We are headed for some really tough times. If we can all recognize and teach our children, as our founding fathers did, that knowledge and wisdom begins with God and not counrty (or anything else) we may have a chance of saving this great nations heritage.

  • Puka

    What insurance package we can buy for 200 dollars (what is included in the package) and what insurance package we can buy for 600 dollars? This is the question.

    The main characteristic of health care is not only time of waiting but effectiveness, continuity and safety. Question: Is health care really better in Georgia?

  • Pete M.

    At the present time I am seeing a Doctor in California under the Medical Advantage Plan for Senior Citizens. What’s my wait time? On average, 5 working days! Now that these Marxist Idealogues want to gut that plan it will definitely become detrimental to our(seniors) health in both time and care.

  • Sandy

    Another plan would be to offer high risk insurance to people just like automobile insurance companies do. That would give people incentive to loose weight, take care of themselves, exercise and eat right. Heavens, then the rest of us really health people would get lower rates.

  • Sandy

    Before I retired and got Medicare I had health care for $235.00 per month in Washington state. It was good and I got to see my own doctor. Never had to pay much, must the deductible and that was around $1000.00 per year but taken out incrementally as I was billed so I never had to pay too much at one time. Now I have medicare advantage and it’s $74.00 per month, plus of course the medicare premium which just went up (a tax increase) and it’s about $94.00 per month. I now live in Texas and see my primary physician in just a couple of days and the same day for something more serious.


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