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Did the Election Save ObamaCare?

Richard976 Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 11:21 AM
I'm a disabled veteran so use VA healthcare. it was great until Obamacare became law. Just so you know, I no longer get the same meds and treatments I once got. I'm "pre-existing" so get healthcare, but not the same as before. My Doctor no longer can treat me as he once did. He, or she, is told what treatment I am to receive. If I'm approved, I "wait my return." I waited 4 months for cataract surgery and 6 months for a pain shot.. I'm scheduled for a pain shot next week but don't need one yet. I called yesterday to change it one month. instead, i was told I'd have to wait 4 months before I could get in. As we said in the army, "hurry up and wait." Don't think you're going to get the same help and treatments or you think

The morning after Tuesday's vote, there is one thing every commentator agreed on. The election of Barack Obama guaranteed that his signature piece of legislation — health reform — can now go forward. Republicans are powerless to stop it.

Yet there is something all these commentators are overlooking. There are six major flaws in ObamaCare. They are so serious that the Democrats are going to have to perform major surgery on the legislation in the next few years, even if all the Republicans do is stand by and twiddle their thumbs.

Here is a brief overview.

ObamaCare is not paid for....