Obamacare Is Control

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Commenting on Obamacare’s Mandate Of Death And Destruction,
CJeanne says:
October 15, 2013, 2:47 a.m.
As a long term healthcare provider, I agree that there were problems in American healthcare — but it was the best healthcare in the world! What needed to happen was resolution of " pre-existing conditions" which could have easily been addressed, insurance across state lines would have created much more competition for healthcare, and medical law suits should have been addressed.

If congress had been willing to work with healthcare providers to allow us to roll these improvements out and implement a more patient focused system — problems could have been resolved while still keeping the best healthcare in the world!

The other huge impact on healthcare has been the huge increase in Medicaid, which goes along with the huge increase in entitlements overall under the obama administration. States should have been allowed to more directly impact that than the federal government continuing to promote the nanny state. Then focus could on wellness rather than treating illnesses — and being proactive in overall wellness.

obamacare is control, rationing, depopulating the US, and increased tax income for the federal government.

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