Note how the article focused on INSURANCE companies and not the people affected by the law?
- Nothing about the millions who had insurance plans they liked and could afford who lost them.
- Nothing about the fact that the majority of those "20 million" who are insured through the marketplace were already on Medicaid, or were qualified for it but had never applied for it.Read more
I am so sick and tired of being punished at every turn by the Obama Administration and the government at every level taking away things that I work to earn and own. Obamacare's taxing of "Cadillac" plans is one more violation of the used-to-be-successful perks of the American work ethic.
Obamacare should have been just another health care plan among all the rest. If we don't want it, we shouldn't have to have it, and we shouldn't have to pay for what we don't use.Read more
Dr. Jeanne Drisko to BBC News:
"Patients are looking for safe and low-cost choices in their management of cancer. Intravenous vitamin C has that potential based on our basic science research and early clinical data."
Qi Chen, lead author of the new study wrote:
"Because vitamin C has no patent potential, its development will not be supported by pharmaceutical companies. We believe that the time has arrived for research agencies to vigorously support thoughtful and meticulous clinical trials with intravenous vitamin C."...
It just SEEMS like that sometimes. The real goal of ObamaCare was to help turn the U.S. into a Soviet-style dictatorship, and Obama has not quite accomplished that goal yet.
The idea of making sure that all American citizens have access to the doctor SOUNDS GREAT, but that is not what the Obama Democrats did, nor was it their intentions anyway.
There are answers for taking care of people who need better care and better insurance, but the Democrats went straight to power-grabbing and money-grabbing, while ignoring some very common-sense solutions.Read more