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Obama's Electronic Medical Records Scam

Thomas274 Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 1:28 PM
The 1% will still have their private doctors, it will be the rest of us herded around like cattle.
SCSOCAL Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 3:46 AM
Thomas274 - The entire Congress, Muslims, Amish and a number of unions are excluded from Obamacare! Wake up. The rich will always be able to afford to pay for better care when they need it no matter what country they live in!! Read the law and you will know what is in it like nasty Pelosi said!
Thomas274 Wrote: Dec 16, 2012 2:34 PM
Read 2700 pages of legalese? If I did, I would be the ONLY one to have "read the law." I don't think I could take 2700 pages of Tolstoy or Dickens let alone this. The useful idiots who campaigned for this atrocity, and then gained a TEMPORARY waiver, will be along with the rest of us. Congress maybe not.
Torr Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 4:17 PM
Yes, and the rest of us can blame the 40-some% who are so who are voluntarily addicted to the public teat, and the pathetic nescience of the rest who voted to reelect their Prince of Thieves, and make it possible to seal the deal on the atrocity known as Obamacare.

When efficient, effective and affordable medical services cease to exist for the poor and middle-class, perhaps the serfs of the collectivist left will finally understand that good medical services existed "because of", rather than in spite of the wealthy.
Joesolis Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 7:14 PM
They won't see it because this is all designed to be done G-r--a---d----u-----a------l-------l--------y, so we won't notice how bad it has become until it is too late.

The old Frog in the pot routine.

Here's more evidence that government "cures" are inevitably worse than the "diseases" they seek to wipe out. Buried in the trillion-dollar stimulus law of 2009 was an electronic medical records "incentive" program. Like most of President Obama's health care rules, this top-down electronic record-sharing scheme is a big fat bust.

Oversight is lax. Cronyism is rife. The job-killing and privacy-undermining consequences have only just begun.

The program was originally sold as a cost-saving measure. In theory, modernizing record-collection is a good idea, and many private health care providers have already made the change. But as with many government "incentive" programs,...