22 July 2009

The Prescription For Disaster

No matter what your position is on health care, this is too big to ram through without anyone reading the bill. We should all, especially those of us that pay taxes, have the chance to read, understand and know what it is that is going to be done to us. Now, more than ever, it is time to do your homework. Here are a few articles to ponder...

Beware of Comprehensive Health Care Reform

NYPost: Rx For Disaster

Forbes: Rationing Health Care

Stossel: Arrogance

The Congressional Budget Office: By the end of the 10-year period, in 2019, the coverage provisions would add $202 billion to the federal deficit, CBO and JCT estimate. That increase would be partially offset by net cost savings of $50 billion and additional revenues of $86 billion, resulting in a net increase in the deficit of an estimated $65 billion.

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