May state legislative applications limit an Article V convention? Subject, yes; specific language, probably not
- September 12, 2013
Large insurance premium increases is “the latest ObamaCare prediction that has failed to materialize.” If the history of state and federal health care reforms is any guide, it won’t be the last. Continue readingREAD MORE
Milton Wolf, MD summarizes the broken promises of ObamaCare (HR 3590): Obamacare would reduce our deficit. Obamacare would allow you to keep your doctor and your current insurance. Obamacare would not jeopardize senior citizens’ care. Obamacare would not ration health care. Obamacare would not raise taxes on anyone earning less than $250,000 a year. Obamacare […]READ MORE
The AP reports: President Barack Obama’s top health official on Thursday warned the insurance industry that the administration won’t tolerate blaming premium hikes on the new health overhaul law [HR 3590]. “There will be zero tolerance for this type of misinformation and unjustified rate increases,” Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said in a […]READ MORE
Of the health care bill (HR 3590), Peter Suderman writes:
Just days after President Obama first took office, Peter Orszag, in his new role as director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) … declared that “the single most important thing we can do to improve the long-term fiscal health of our nation is slow […]
Michael Tanner reviews a few of Barack Obama’s promises about the health control legislation (HR 3590) in a New York Post article:
“The bill doesn’t come close to giving “everybody” access to coverage.”
“Even further from reality is the president’s continued insistence that the new law is ‘reducing costs.’”
“Anyone who thinks that their insurance premiums will be […]
Boston Globe Columnist Jeff Jacoby points out an what President Obama said in a 2009 address:
I don’t believe that government can or should run health care.
Yet, at a 2008 town hall meeting in New Mexico, Senator Obama said:
If I were designing a system from scratch, I would probably go ahead with a single-payer system.
A […]READ MORE