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Riddle Me This Obama: If Healthcare Costs are Our Problem, What Was Obamacare About?

Beverly143 Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 8:58 AM
Their plan for reducing Medicare is to shift the cost to the elderly. Case in point my mother, who is 82 years old had some blood work done recently. Medicare decided it wasn't necessary. Now how they could know this is beyond me since not one of them is a doctor and they certainly weren't in the doctor's office when he filled out the lab slip. Their denial cost my mother over $200.
Beverly143 Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 9:02 AM
Another case in point on how they will keep costs down is to reduce the number of doctors, which is already happening. You don't have to pay for medical services if a patient doesn't go to a medicare approved doctor. Medicare pays about 1 cent on the dollar so who wants to take a medicare patient? My mother is still trying to find a doctor in her town. With all the baby boomers retiring this is going to become a nati'l nightmare.

This is a time when the population of America should be throwing rose petals at the feet of the Great Leader, Miracle Worker, Economist, Ph.D and Professor of Constitutional history, Dr. Barack H. Obama, MD.

All of our problems should be solved now.

Two years ago we were told and sold that Obamacare, the keystone legislative effort of Obama’s first two years, would solve our problems when it comes to out-of-control government spending.

It’s a deficit reducer, Washington Post wonk Ezra Klein told us about the government takeout of healthcare under the banner of “reform.”

Just...