Obamacare Ensures our Healthcare Demise

Obama told us all that his healthcare plan would reduce costs and become more affordable for all. The opposite has happened with most American families (average family of four) watching their monthly cost going from $1,200.00 per month to $1,460.00 per month.

Unlike most countries with national healthcare (see Canadian Mess), Americans buy their health insurance with some employers subsidizing a portion of the cost.

The result of Obamacare has been fewer and fewer employers picking up some of the cost.

The recent Supreme Court ruling made the assumption that Obamacare was actually ObamaTax as outlined in this video.

The worst impact has been on our Doctors:

* Many physicians, and many more specialists, will refuse to treat Medicare patients. It will become very, very difficult to see a cardiologist or an oncologist or a gastroenterologist or OB-GYN specialist if you are on Medicare unless you are willing to pay out of pocket or have the kind of health insurance coverage from a private source that would reimburse for their care.

* More and more medical care will be turned over to nurses or physician assistants, and fewer people will ever get to see a doctor on Medicare.

* Private health insurers will follow in the footsteps of the Medicare program and likely slash their fees as well.

* Fewer students will enter medicine, and a major shortage of doctors will reduce the quality of medical care in America drastically.

Throughout the Obamacare debate, President Obama repeatedly promised, “If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan.” Now, Gallup reports that from the first quarter of 2010 (when Obama signed Obamacare into law) to the third quarter of this year, 2 percent of American adults lost their employer sponsored health insurance.

In other words, about 4.5 million Americans lost their employer-sponsored insurance over a span of just 18 months.

This is not what the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) had predicted would happen. Rather, the CBO had predicted that Obamacare would increase the number of people with employer-sponsored insurance by now.

It had predicted that, under Obamacare, 6 million more Americans would have employer-sponsored insurance in 2011 than in 2010 . So the CBO’s rosy projections for Obamacare are already proving false.

We must elect a new Congress that will toss this messy legislation and start anew!

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Otherwise this is what our Physician waiting rooms will look like!

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