Friday, April 23, 2010
Is Health Care Imprisoning the Population?
"A trillion dollars gets spent, and it's no surprise — health care costs are going to go up," said Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich., a leading Republican on health care issues. Camp added that he's concerned the Medicare cuts will undermine care for seniors.
What? We all know when everyone joins in, or you had a lot of everything, the value or cost is suppose to go down. So why's it different when the Government gets involved? Is it really all backwards?
So if they are going up, there was no need to initiate it in the first place? Why doesn’t he just say something like, “The truth is when the Government takes your tax money it suddenly isn’t worth half as much, so whatever we’re doing for you cost more.” I mean we could understand that because it’s happened so many times.
That just shows ya Republicans are in the mix to make it a campaign issue. Problem is they need to make some sense of it the right way instead of throwing non-sense around like this.
“In another flashing yellow light, the report warned that a new voluntary long-term care insurance program created under the law faces "a very serious risk" of insolvency”.
I wonder if that word is in the Democrats vocabulary, they created a positive incentive to go out on the dole and they will soon find the truth out about "feeding a man a fish" rather than "teaching him how to fish".
The trumpet of so many Democrats was 'its not fair that we have to pay insurance and there's people who don't and then run to the emergency room', and they used this as a crutch for what?
Well, this is about to get really harry, because the incentive for care just went up 100 fold because everyone's going to want a doctor tucking them in bed every night and then be asking for 10 drinks of water.
As cost increase you'll find a dis incentive or a hopeless state set in. Why work? It's doesn't pay.
The report's most sober assessments concerned Medicare.
In addition to flagging provider cuts as potentially unsustainable, the report projected that reductions in payments to private Medicare Advantage plans would trigger an exodus from the popular alternative. Enrollment would plummet by about 50 percent. Seniors leaving the private plans would still have health insurance under traditional Medicare, but many might face higher out-of-pocket costs.
As soon as everyone is hopelessly unemployed and on the Government dole, the Democrats will introduce slavery back into the mix and force will replace freedom, because rather than say it doesn't work they'll say YOU’RE the reason it doesn't work, but we’re gonna make it work, and make you work.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100423/ap_on_bi_ge/us_health_care_law_costsWenzel noted some of the details of Obama's health-care program have begun to emerge this month, "revealing far more restrictions and taxes than first advertised."
Democrat faith in Obama plunges as health-care details are emerging. Those who believe freedoms are increasing has dropped 10 percent says a report from WND here.